The Fayettechill Basecamp shop on Dickson Street was home to a Tibetan Buddhist sand mandala the week of April 18 through April 22.
A Buffalo River Advocacy group is looking for poets, writers and photographers to submit their works for a competition to celebrate the river’s majesty.
It’s finally springtime in Northwest Arkansas, and that means it’s soon to be outdoor festival season. As soon as next weekend, in fact. The time-honored tradition of Springfest will return to Dickson Street on Saturday, April 16, with the popular pancake breakfast, bed races, a dog parade, a pub crawl, dozens of great local arts…
Spring is officially here and Fayetteville Animal Services is encouraging citizens to get out and enjoy our town with a furry friend.
Fayetteville cat lovers rejoice, we are getting our own special place to hang out with felines and get some purr therapy when “Purr Catfe” officially opens for business on Wednesday, April 6.
An incident at a Dickson Street restaurant sparked a widespread cry for conservative Fayetteville City Council member John La Tour to resign.
Twenty-five years ago, a bike accident in New York put Wendy Taylor Carlisle’s son in intensive care, causing her to decamp from her home in Texarkana to be at his side, there, as she told me, to will him to live.
Fayetteville voters will have the opportunity to vote on LGBTQ rights Sept. 8.
Arkansas Coalition of Marshallese, Cisneros Center, and Marshallese Educational Initiative partnered with The White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (WHIAAPI) to host a roundtable assessment of federal programs serving NWA’s Asian and Pacific Islanders population.
Thunder on the Mountain organizers announced today that the festival has been canceled, according to a press release.