Early voting for the Sept. 8 special election for a new civil rights ordinance began Tuesday.
Well we’re here, Fayetteville. It’s time to vote again and decide the rights of LGBT people in Fayetteville.
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.
Last week, Protect Fayetteville — a group against the proposed Civil Rights Protection Act, ordinance 5781 — held a “public” rally at University Baptist Church.
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.
Hey UA students, welcome back to Fayetteville. We at The Free Weekly are glad to have you back, but we lament the increased amount of street traffic and longer lines you will all cause at all the establishments about town.
Jeffery Augustine Castellano is just a normal guy, trying to exist, exist in peace.
The dog days of summer are just beginning.
The lovely college town of Fayetteville has been called funky, chill, affordable, progressive and a “liberal hellspawn.” Now, the city can officially add cute.