You hear the band crank into action, twang out the first tune, warm up. Heavy on the drum with rhythm guitar pulsing into the humidity. Hot damn.
A growing number of people are “unplugging” from the holiday machine—or avoiding the hyper-consumerism that can be associated with the giving season.
Fayetteville is getting a new alternative music festival in an effort to remind the music industry we’re on the map.
“Nonviolence is the answer to the crucial political and moral question of our time – the need for man to overcome oppression and violence without resorting to violence and oppression. Civilization and violence are antithetical concepts…Sooner or later all the people of the world will have to discover a way to live together in peace…man…
It may not be formally daring or visually experimental, but it proves that sometimes a great movie can be simple, that sometimes all it takes is a complex story, well told.
Rise Of The Tomb Raider is a phenomenally beautiful game. The technical work on things as simple as Lara trudging through the snow, or light sandstorms… It all just builds a true, palpable universe that you are dying to be a part of.
Therapy dogs are pets that volunteer in the community. They visit places like hospitals, nursing homes, and rehabilitation facilities to offer comfort and support.
Twenty years ago, Fayetteville’s culture wasn’t as into yoga as it is today.
In an effort to reduce senior hunger in Arkansas, the Fayetteville Senior Recreation and Activities Center is partnering up with a national foundation to help optimize its food resources and programs and reduce food waste.
People started to trickle in to the main ballroom of the senior center around 8 a.m. Some prepared for their morning workout, while others chatted with friends over coffee at one of the round tables. Cayla Wilson checked on the kitchen’s hot meal preparations and greeted everyone as they arrived, making sure newcomers were introduced…