If there was one common thread about Fayetteville Roots Fest, it’s what the bands who come here to play all say.
Fayetteville can now add its name to the long list of film festival towns.
This year at Roots Fest, it’s the chefs and farmers of Arkansas who are the rock stars.
Homegrown is the first green music festival to happen in Northwest Arkansas.
Fayetteville voters will decide whether or not to increase property taxes to fund an expansion for the Fayetteville Public Library in a special election Tuesday, Aug. 9.
For many artists, musicians, creatives of any sort, there’s always been a stigma associated with their line of work: if they aren’t famous, they’re a starving artist.
Organic and fair trade certified apparel is now common enough that it’s possible to buy t-shirts on sale for less than $10 locally, or go online and become virtually overwhelmed with fashionable, practical options from too many companies to count.
When Harvest Fest, the popular bluegrass/folk music festival at Mulberry Mountain, cancelled in 2014 no one was quite as bummed as Jessica Sumner and her friend Jeremy Gunn.
William McNamara specializes in a type of watercolor painting that almost look like photo-realistic.
Fayetteville no doubt slows down to a leisurely pace in the summertime, but July and August are jam-packed with some stellar concerts coming up.