TheatreSquared’s newest play to debut, “Rapture, Blister, Burn,” by Gina Gionfriddo takes on a generational perspective of feminist values and viewpoints with the characters’ lives acting as the vehicle.
An incident at a Dickson Street restaurant sparked a widespread cry for conservative Fayetteville City Council member John La Tour to resign.
Erik Larson, the FPL Author Series guest for 2016, is scheduled at the Fayetteville Public Library on Friday, April 1, at 7 p.m.
Isn’t it rather odd that America’s largest single public expenditure scheduled for the coming decades has received no attention in the 2015-2016 presidential debates?
Say ch’ello to the brand new music program in Fayetteville.
After about a year and a half of construction — and a delay to expand it — Whole Foods in Fayetteville is finally open.
A minister will soon start a new church in West Fayetteville that strives to accept and include all.
Nearly 50 years ago, Moshe Newmark, recently out of the University of Miami’s mass communications program, began a World Brotherhood Peace tour of the world.
Several leaders from the University of Arkansas, Compassion Fayetteville and Fayetteville Mayor Lioneld Jordan came together holding signs stating “Black Lives Matter #FayettevilleCares” Monday, Feb. 8 on Dickson Street to honor Black History Month and black lives in Fayetteville.
About 80 or so Northwest Arkansas citizens of different ethnicity, ages and backgrounds took part in a cultural awareness experience to understand privilege first-hand in a group setting Monday evening at the Yvonne Richardson Center in Fayetteville, Feb. 1.