A few Fayetteville community members are hoping to start an educational community conversation about the Black Lives Matter movement and what it means.
There’s one helluva folk music show happening this weekend.
One of Fayetteville’s loudest and most impressive rock n’ roll bands is ready to release their blazing second EP this weekend.
One of the reasons that Fayetteville has a thriving dog-friendly community is because so many businesses cater to dogs.
The album demonstrates a richness to their sound and certainly will provide a new depth to their live sets. There are enough substantial, beautiful sounding moments on this album to give it something worth diving into.
There’s a plethora of unique opportunities to catch some of Northwest Arkansas’ finest jazz musicians performing this summer.
Willi Carlisle is a man who bears a heavy heart and mind, and employs a descriptive command of language.
Houston Hughes is a man about town. If you’ve ever been to Last Saturday, Last Night Fayetteville or an open mic night, you’ve mostly likely seen him emceeing or seen him perform his fiery, often funny slam poetry.
What a way to hit the scene and defy what people believed to be the standard for rock ‘n’ roll!
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