The afternoon of the inauguration of 45th President Donald Trump, a group of as many as 400 people gathered at the College Ave. and Dickson St. intersection in Fayetteville to air their grievances Friday, Jan. 20.
It will be a homecoming of sorts Tuesday evening when poet and activist Mohja Kahf takes the podium at Nightbird Books to read from her latest work, Hagar Poems.
The melodies, harmonies, and stellar songwriting all are present on Outer Sounds, but two new dynamics are at play here that really frames this record.
Out of the blue it seems, a house show featuring the singer-songwriter of one of 2016’s critically-acclaimed debut bands will be taking place this Friday in Fayetteville.
A certain presidential inauguration coming up got you down? The folks behind ArkansasStaged may have just the antidote.
Organizers for the upcoming Northwest Arkansas Fashion Week have announced their featured local designers and boutiques for the March 2017 event in Bentonville.
Fayetteville Public Library officials announced that it has expanded its online offerings to include movies, television shows, music, audiobooks, e-books and comic books from hoopla digital and streaming music from Freegal Music.
Countable is a smartphone app that tracks Congress activity and streamlines the process of contacting national representatives.
The folks at Stage Eighteen are getting right to work with providing an all purpose venue for the community’s needs, or in this case, holiday shopping needs.
Tuesday, Nov. 29, when three editors from The Arkansas International, a biannual UA literary magazine, take the podium at Nightbird Books.