In the early morning hours of Aug. 20, after 10 grueling hours of public comment, the Fayetteville City Council approved, 6-2, an ordinance protecting the civil rights of all persons to be free from unfair discrimination.
Throughout the past six weeks, starting in October, Fayetteville’s Parks and Recreation staff have been wrapping 400,000 light bulbs of LED holiday lights around every tree and inch of green space on the downtown Fayetteville square. In total, there are 34 miles of light strands.
Four Fayetteville citizens were arrested for civil disobedience Tuesday afternoon for temporarily blocking northbound traffic on College Avenue during a demonstration in solidarity with similar protests throughout the United States for the events surrounding the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
On Nov. 24, Fayetteville will see the return of a new record store coming to 17 N Block St., the exact location where Sound Warehouse operated for 30 years next door to JR’s Lightbulb Club.
More than a few veterans, Veterans For Peace among them, are troubled by the way Americans observe Veterans Day on November 11th.
As a way to prepare for the coming years with the new officials, here’s a quick bio about each of the candidates elected and their stated plans for what they hope to do with their new position.
Among my peers, liberty is a principle many idealize, and rightly so. However, an additional principle is detrimentally marginalized. This principle is equality, which precedes freedom.
In a landslide, Republican candidates swept the Arkansas mid-term 2014 general election.
American politicians are fond of telling their audiences that the United States is the greatest country in the world. Is there any evidence for this claim?
Earlier in the evening as I entered the half-decade-old, robust Ozark Folkways building in Winslow, Ark., the stories of different paranormal activity in the building already had my stomach tightening up like rigor mortis.