Arkansas Coalition of Marshallese, Cisneros Center, and Marshallese Educational Initiative partnered with The White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (WHIAAPI) to host a roundtable assessment of federal programs serving NWA’s Asian and Pacific Islanders population.
Lance Carpenter received an email early Sunday morning, June 14, telling him that Thunder on the Mountain in Ozark, Ark., had been canceled.
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There’s just a magic in the air of Mulberry Mountain, and it’s a good thing.
The “New Now” has found its new headquarters for the next couple weekends on Mt. Sequoyah.
Every moment of every day, all of humanity is held hostage by the nuclear nine.
As it’s been for the past month, it was raining this past Sunday afternoon as Vintage Pistol formed up and put on their rock n’ roll shoes.
We are T-minus two weeks away from the biggest annual hangout-bumpin’-music-mania-campin’-dance party palooza in Arkansas: Wakarusa.
Attention all lovers of all things that constitute Funky Fayetteville: Block Street Block Party is a’comin’ this Sunday, May 17, and it’s known as one of the best single day festivals in town.
Beers lovers rejoice: FoamFest returns Saturday. The annual event takes place on the Walton Arts Center’s parking lot of Dickson Street. To get a few details out of the way, note that the event is open to humans 21 years old or older, who can show proper identification. Emphasis on human, because organizers ask that…
By Jared Keyel Peace Voice The United States must accept responsibility for the damage its military actions have caused and recognize there are alternatives for the future. In the nearly decade and a half since the September 11, 2001, attacks, the United States has invaded Afghanistan and Iraq, carried out bombing campaigns throughout the Middle…