After touring most of the US and Argentina last year, a local folk-jazz duo are planning on doing it all again, but from the comfort of a psychedelic-solar-powered-performance-stage-million-mile groove bus.
What a year 2015 has been for music.
The musicians in Fayetteville’s resident video game music cover band live two lives.
Eddie Izzard is well on his way to holding the all-time record for most comedy shows performed, or at least the most number of countries performed in.
Ed Stilley, a definitive frontiersman farmer from Hogscald Hollow, Ark., is on a mission from God.
The robots are coming — and they may put your friendly neighborhood retail staffer out of work.
There isn’t much time for autumn left.
In a country that seems to continue to get more and more polarized by ideologies and racial strife, members of the Fayetteville community will come together to host an event to strengthen empathy for the city’s Black population — specifically its male youth and elders.
The shock and disbelief with which many political pundits have responded to Bernie Sanders’ description of himself as a “democratic socialist”—a supporter of democratic control of the economy—provide a clear indication of how little they know about the popularity and influence of democratic socialism over the course of American history.
Adrian Scalf is a self-described skeptic, but through several experiences he’s become a believer in the paranormal.