After getting the chance to see “Look Away” on its premiere weekend, I can say with confidence the play successfully creates an experience that’s both suspenseful and introspective.
January is typically a very cold and gloomy month and this inspired me to do a photo shoot and write-up on some amazing jewelry pieces that caught my eye while attending “The Little Craft Show” this past December.
Fayetteville music fans will get the chance to send a local band to Wakarusa during the Waka Winter Classic Feb. 6 at George’s Majestic Lounge.
Slava’s Snow Show knows that the secret to delighting kids is refusing to talk down to them. Like The Wizard of Oz or Fantasia, Slava’s Snow Show earned my respect by realizing that kids are infinitely smarter than they’re given credit.
It’s probably safe to presume you’ve taken a personality quiz at one point in your life to find out how and why you are you.
The lineup for Wakarusa has finally become complete.
Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals, Slightly Stoopid, Chance Tha Rapper, Big Gigantic and Portugal. The Man were announced Wednesday to join the Wakarusa 2015 lineup.
Chicago, Steve Miller Band, and Kenny Chesney will be among the artists headlining the summer 2015 season at the AMP, officials announced today.
This 4,500 square foot night club feels spacious with a simultaneously industrial, yet posh atmosphere.
The Roots and STS9 were announced as headliners for this year’s Wakarusa in the first of the festival’s lineup announcements today.