With 2016 underway, several laws passed in 2015 have taken effect in Arkansas including a state minimum wage increase, drivers license expiration updates and a middle class tax cut.
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Returning for its fifth New Year’s Eve celebration, Last Night Fayetteville is gearing up to be its biggest yet with all Northwest Arkansas talent on the bill.
Wakarusa, Arkansas’ biggest music festival, will not return next summer because of an issue with their financial partners.
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.
This month, government officials from 190 nations will meet in Paris to forge a plan for reducing greenhouse-gas emissions.
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.
It’s a great time to look back upon your family history and lineage to learn more about who your ancestors were and how your hometown became your hometown.