Gun rights advocates rest their case heavily on the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, insisting that the Second Amendment gives people the right to keep and bear arms. They are mistaken in their claim. Justice Anthony Scalia, writing the majority opinion in District of Columbia v. Heller, acknowledges this when he writes: “The very…
Walking into Kelsey Robins’ shop, you know you’re seeing something special.
Citizens concerned about pollution regarding the C&H Hog Farm near Big Creek in Mt. Judea, Ark., have a little more time to raise their concerns about the recent environmental assessment by two federal agencies of the facility.
As many of us know, it’s not every weekend our corner of the world gets unforgettable shows from national artists that come through town.
After nearly two years without potable water at a refugee tent camp in war-torn Syria, a Fayetteville organization raised enough funds to rehabilitate the camp’s defunct well to provide access to free, clean water for 1500 refugees on Dec. 10.
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.
I recently started an online boutique after years of working in fashion. With this comes the pressure of making sure that what you are putting out there to the public is the latest and the greatest. Marketing fashion can be so cliche at times. I have never been one to follow too many fads, in…
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.