Fayetteville will host the Wilco at the Arkansas Music Pavilion today, May 10. Interview with Pat Sansone
Fayetteville artist Adam Campbell has spent most of his life as a student. He is currently studying at the University of Arkansas, and will graduate this May. Before moving to Arkansas, the Oklahoma native spent years as a student and teacher at the Tulsa School of Metaphysics, where he delved into a variety of…
Invisible Children donates 37 percent of its proceeds to Africa. The rest goes to the staff, media, marketing and fundraising. That means 60 percent of your money goes to perpetuating their activism through building the Invisible Children brand — the film, snazzy bracelets, hip posters, a cool website. They spend more money trying to sell you products than what actually goes to Africa.
This Saturday will mark the 10th annual Blues in the Natural State Festival. Sponsored by the Ozark Blues Society, the festival is part of the organization’s mission to promote an appreciation of blues music within the community.
The new moon of the new spiritual (spring season) year occurs Thursday morning, at 2.22 degrees Aries. Mercury retro and Uranus are poised, like messenger-sentries, on either side of the new moon. Humanity may be impressed with an idea (Mercury) that becomes a great ideal concerning our future (Uranus).
Rising protest against the remaining 90,000 troops in Afghanistan has increased across the occupied country in light of recent events. The outcry against U.S. forces has reached Washington, where the Obama Administration is considering withdrawing an additional 10,000 troops by the end of this year.
My wife said that I obviously love food more than her, and that if I won’t lose weight for her, maybe I’ll do it for our boys. She considers me self-centered and narcissistic because I’m not losing enough weight, and I consider her self-centered and narcissistic for framing every argument in terms of what she wants and isn’t getting.
I don’t understand how anyone can like the ever-bloated, arrogant Rush Limbaugh. Recently, he’s been under fire for his disgusting remarks he made about Georgetown University law student, Sandra Fluke.
The Roots Festival lineup is scheduled to be revealed during a kick-off party at the Greenhouse Grille on March 18. Tickets are on sale for $15. The party will feature great music from 3 Penny Acre, Lakeside Drive and Joy Kills Sorrow. 3 Penny Acre is a musical collaboration between three up-and-coming songwriters:…
The fresh indie-rock band is serious about playing, both on stage and in life.