By Robert Laurence “Poetry,” says Jo McDougall, “offers the surprise of metaphor and the passion of deep emotion, shaped by the discipline of craft.” Of course, prose as well can have surprise and passion, which is why she draws our attention to “the discipline of craft,” the craft, that is, of poetry. A craft that…
Long before the greens of spring began to reemerge, and certainly before anyone gave a moment’s thought to the upcoming Earth Day, Donna Mulhollan was letting her imagination flow. It was during this flow, during this space of brainstorm, that the foundation for what has evolved into a huge Earth Day event was laid. After…
Change requires both an inner and outer dialogue. “Craftivism,” or activism through the art of crafts, fosters such dialogue—and craftivism is happening in Fayetteville.
Various interest and support groups throughout Northwest Arkansas gathered Tuesday at the University of Arkansas to advocate for transgender visibility.
With a lifetime of performing live music across the world, Fayetteville greats Earl Cate and his band Them are dropping their first live album this weekend at George’s Majestic Lounge, a venue they’ve been playing since the 70s.
The Internet is a pretty ridiculous place. At least that’s what the minds behind the Artist’s Laboratory Theater think.
After touring for quite some time on their impressive debut album in 2010, The Bright Light Social Hour — from Austin, Texas, — have broken the silence and released their follow-up album.
The “tat cave,” as the owners have nicknamed Supernova, is a locally owned underground tattoo studio on Block Street.
Bombay Harambee is all about the physical media.
Joe Giles, 64, of Prairie Grove, Ark., is a man who has worn a lot of “hats” throughout his lifetime.