A crowd of more than 50 people gathered in downtown Fayetteville to protest the construction of a $900 million crude oil pipeline that will go from Cushing Okla. through Arkansas to Memphis, Tenn. Saturday, Dec. 10.
In Arkansas this year alone there have been 26 human trafficking cases reported, and 23 of those cases were sex trafficking cases.
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.
A new study by an economics professor at the University of Arkansas could explain one mechanism driving polling errors in the presidential election: Voters show an increasing disparity between who they are and are not willing to publicly support.
There’s a lot of living to do at this year’s Death Fest in Fayetteville.
Aaron Goldberg and Ali Paris are joining forces to do a special performance where Jazz meets Middle Eastern music.
The issues surrounding the Buffalo National River and a nearby 6,500 hog farm that was built in a fragile watershed environment keep coming.
The petition calls for its signers and the community to not attend any event rallies the week of Sept. 21-24, to not financially invest in any event or sponsored merchandise and instead support the charities being sponsored by the event.
Lights Up! for Access, offering thousands of free and $5 tickets to community members who face a cost barrier to attend, thanks to a Season Sponsor commitment from the Walmart Foundation.
Sometimes a single project can make ripples across various topics like human health, the environment, and the economy simultaneously.