Got a thing for local and organic food? Well, there’s just the event for you this weekend. Tri Cycle Farms’ Pesto Fest returns for the fourth consecutive year and everyone is welcome to attend Saturday evening, Sept. 12 from 5 to 9 p.m at the farm at 1705 N. Garland Ave in Fayetteville. The annual…
Once again, Fayetteville Roots Fest organizers Bernice and Bryan Hembree and Jerrmy Gawthrop have done it.
Early voting for the Sept. 8 special election for a new civil rights ordinance began Tuesday.
With each rapid scuff to the sitka spruce arch top guitar, the luthier wipes away the fluffy-looking wood shavings with a brush of his rugged, calloused hand.
Walking into May Bell Music on Block Street feels like stepping into an Ozark music store from the early mid 20th century.
Earlier this year, in a 68-17 vote, Arkansas representatives voted to enact an $11 million capital gains tax cut. Sponsored by Rep. Matthew Shepherd (R-El Dorado), House Bill 1402 allows for citizens who make more than $10 million in net capital gain exempt from state taxes.
Jeffery Augustine Castellano is just a normal guy, trying to exist, exist in peace.
Josh Hart is living his dream job. His company, Natural State Treehouses, works exclusively with its clients’ dreams of treehouses and builds them into reality.
Forty percent of food in the United States today goes uneaten.
It’s been said rock musicians play three notes to 3 million people while jazz musicians play 3 million notes to three people. The Northwest Arkansas Jazz Society works to even the playing field.