Block Street Block Partygoers will soon hear on the radio the difference they made. “I would have been happy if we’d raised $1,000, but it looks like we’re going to walk away with $5,800,” said Joe Newman, station manager of KPSQ-FM 97.3. That is a lot of money for a station still trying to fit…
We already know we’re “dead wrong” and “tasteless buffoons” on all of these picks, but these are our favorites so far in 2017:
Get ready for six beer gardens, more than 40 local bands and local vendors as far as the eye can see up and down Block Street. The best free party of the year in Fayetteville is this weekend, y’all.
If you ever find yourself with a laundry basket overflowing with dirty clothes and maddening hunger, the perfect place just opened up on north Leverett Ave. in Fayetteville.
The pioneering black historical fantasy short film, The Forever Tree, premiered Tuesday, May 2 at Bentonville Film Fest.
I was one of the 2.7 million refugees fleeing Afghanistan at the University of Arkansas Students for Refugees mock refugee camp Saturday.
The comedy forces of Northwest Arkansas and beyond are coming together for three nights of improv, stand up, storytelling, music and general hilarity this weekend.
A national report ranked the Buffalo National River in northern Arkansas among America’s most endangered rivers Tuesday, citing concerns about a nearby large hog operation’s waste polluting the river.
An arts series called Nasty Women Northwest Arkansas aims to celebrate “nasty women” — a reference to President Donald Trump’s label for Hillary Clinton during a presidential debate — by displaying art by more than 30 local women from all mediums throughout the month of April. The local exhibits will join the global Nasty Women…
A new law allows Arkansans to apply for enhanced permits to carry concealed handguns on college campuses, government buildings and bars, despite opposition from university leadership.