We got the chance to talk with Jessie Clavin about the band’s record, recent successes and their experience at this year’s On the Map Festival.
Creatives, web developers and designers of all sorts, get your little black book planners, iPads, sketchbooks, or whatever you take notes on out.
September was a great month for new music.
Tomorrow night, a crew of regional comedians will be taking the stage at George’s Majestic Lounge for its first-ever comedy night.
Local folk duo Still on the Hill have recorded an album dedicated to the history and beauty of the Buffalo River.
When Cheri Bohn is looking for inspiration for her next sculpture, she walks around in the Arkansas backwoods where her land is about two miles from the White River.
A local health organization will be hosting a benefit concert and networking opportunity for attendees to get in touch with alternative health care provi
The Fayetteville Public Library’s annual True Lit festival returns in its fourth year, featuring author talks, writing workshops, pitch sessions, art displays, and more.
It’s not every day Northwest Arkansas has the opportunity to go see a post-apocalyptic romantic comedy play. This is one of those times.
Sparse, folksy songs populated with dense, evocative lyrics is the kind stuff you’re going to get from Nature & Madness.