The comedy forces of Northwest Arkansas and beyond are coming together for three nights of improv, stand up, storytelling, music and general hilarity this weekend.
Jen Sorensen, The Free Weekly’s contributing cartoonist, received the honor of being second place Pulitzer finalist this year for her witty, biting and powerful editorial cartoons.
A national report ranked the Buffalo National River in northern Arkansas among America’s most endangered rivers Tuesday, citing concerns about a nearby large hog operation’s waste polluting the river.
The World Peace Wetland Prairie is Fayetteville’s best kept “secret garden” and once again, the setting for the annual Earth Day celebration hosted by the Omni Center for Peace, Justice, and Ecology.
An arts series called Nasty Women Northwest Arkansas aims to celebrate “nasty women” — a reference to President Donald Trump’s label for Hillary Clinton during a presidential debate — by displaying art by more than 30 local women from all mediums throughout the month of April. The local exhibits will join the global Nasty Women…
Clear out your Saturday morning plans. The beloved Fayetteville Farmer’s Market returns Saturday, April 1. Fayetteville Mayor Lioneld Jordan will kick off the 44th Annual Fayetteville Farmers’ Market Season on The Square at 9 a.m., Saturday. More than 70 vendors from within 60 miles of Fayetteville will attend with spring flowers, produce, meats, eggs, baked…
A new law allows Arkansans to apply for enhanced permits to carry concealed handguns on college campuses, government buildings and bars, despite opposition from university leadership.
The Keep Arkansas Beautiful Commission and several local organizations have been recognized with honors from Keep America Beautiful Inc., the nation’s premier community environmental improvement organization.
The Arkansas Natural Resources Commission, in cooperation with the Beautiful Buffalo River Action Committee, has scheduled its second public information meeting regarding the development of the voluntary watershed-based management plan for the Buffalo River Watershed.
About 100 Fayetteville residents gathered to protest against an Arkansas Supreme Court decision that ruled an LGBT protection ordinance was illegal, Friday, Feb. 24.