This year’s lineup of 45 under-the-radar acts with genres varying from avant garde rock to hip hop is likely its strongest yet, officials said.
Northwest Arkansas’ fashion scene got a public showing last week during Northwest Arkansas Fashion Week. According to the nonprofit organization that puts on the show, Fashion Week exists to highlight designers, artists, boutiques and other creative professionals who are committed to building a vibrant, inspired creative community in Northwest Arkansas. The NWAFW team is dedicated…
About 100 Fayetteville residents gathered to protest against an Arkansas Supreme Court decision that ruled an LGBT protection ordinance was illegal, Friday, Feb. 24.
The once defunct Northwest Arkansas Fashion Week has been brought back to life for 2017, and there are high-end events aplenty coming to Bentonville the week of March 1-4.
Emily Crane Linn has been with Canopy NWA since January 2016, when it was just an group of people who wanted to do something about helping refugees.
Adam Torres’ music is like the beauty of the desert — lonesome, vast, tranquil and serene.
Fayetteville officials celebrated the diversity of Fayetteville and its black history by honoring its African American owned businesses at a black history month press conference, Tuesday, Jan. 31
In Fayetteville, even the winters have great festivals.
The weekend of Jan. 19, the Ozark Mountain Music Festival will return to Basin Park Hotel in Eureka Springs, Ark., and attempt to bring with it the atmosphere — and attitude — of a summer music festival.
Presented by the producers of Homegrown On The River Music Festival comes Auditorium 51, a concert series on Mt. Sequoyah.