North Fayetteville’s urban farm will be hosting a all-you-can-eat crawfish boil to benefit its mission to increase area food security.
If you’ve been curious about how to get engaged with making a difference in the local community, this Saturday’s Volunteer Pop Up may be your best shot at finding out.
Jen Sorensen, The Free Weekly’s contributing cartoonist, received the honor of being second place Pulitzer finalist this year for her witty, biting and powerful editorial cartoons.
If you’re in the market for something unique to do Easter weekend, there’s going to be a live improvised scoring of a classic silent sci-fi film at Artist’s Laboratory Theatre.
Admittedly, prior to this show, this was just about the first time I’d ever heard about Billy Joe Shaver, but by the end of it I received a bona fide honky tonk education.
In an effort to bridge a cultural divide, the UofA Muslim Student Association invited the general public to learn about Islamic culture and religion by way of barbecued hot dogs, chicken and hamburgers Saturday, April 1.
Clear out your Saturday morning plans. The beloved Fayetteville Farmer’s Market returns Saturday, April 1. Fayetteville Mayor Lioneld Jordan will kick off the 44th Annual Fayetteville Farmers’ Market Season on The Square at 9 a.m., Saturday. More than 70 vendors from within 60 miles of Fayetteville will attend with spring flowers, produce, meats, eggs, baked…
Walton Arts Center announced the 2017-18 Procter & Gamble Broadway Series which includes eight must-see shows.
The Keep Arkansas Beautiful Commission and several local organizations have been recognized with honors from Keep America Beautiful Inc., the nation’s premier community environmental improvement organization.
The Buffalo National River’s 45th birthday is just around the bend.