University Libraries and the Special Collections Department will officially open the digital Ozark Folksong Collection this Friday, Aug. 28, in Mullins Library.
What started out as a small event of folk musician friends at Greenhouse Grille for a day has grown to become a successful urban festival that showcases some of the best of Fayetteville has to offer.
Twenty-four-year-old Audrey LeBert is a poet. Her daughter Alyssa, who is 3, is “Way cooler than I am and makes better poetry than any of mine.”
A super-fun, super-talented band is coming to town. Yes, their name is actually Diarrhea Planet, and there’s four guitarists in the band.
Jason Bateman is one of America’s most underrated and consistent comedic straight-men, an actor whose sly, mocking tone and facial expressions are almost always employed to reflect off of his co-stars’ insanity.
Remembrance of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Sunday, August 9, 7pm, at the Fulbright Peace Fountain, University of Arkansas.
Dogs take over the Prairie Grove Pool on Saturday, Aug. 22, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. for an end of summer doggy bash! $10 admission per dog, humans are free.
Phases of the Moon Music + Art Festival is excited to announce additional artists to the 2015 event.
I initially had no plans to see Ant-Man this weekend. Marvel’s conclusion to it’s massive Phase 2 project was definitely on my list of things to see, but I planned on waiting for a while.
While the name Snake Girty Turncoat sounds like a folk legend, it’s actually the Fayetteville-based folk trio of musicians Ansel Ogle, Ginny Garber-Ogle and Joshua Walters.