Tag Archives: Fayetteville

Holiday Pop-Up Shop to Feature Local Artisans

By Nick Brothers |
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After a two year hiatus, Lauren Embree has returned with her handmade jewelry to be sold at the Holiday Pop-Up Shop.

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.

Fayetteville’s Future: Get to Know Your Re-elected Local Officials

By Nick Brothers |
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While Fayetteville may be a top five city in the U.S., there’s still plenty of work to be done to ensure its continued success, officials said.

Green Burial Proponents to Host Death Positive Festival

By Nick Brothers |
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There’s a lot of living to do at this year’s Death Fest in Fayetteville.

The Bikers of Bikes, Blues & BBQ 2016

By Nick Brothers |
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We hit up Dickson Street with a notepad and a camera and talked to bikers and festival attendees at random so we could learn about who makes the festival what it is on a micro level.

Oktoberfest Returns to Dickson Street, 13 Breweries Featured

By Nick Brothers |
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Oktoberfest in Fayetteville this year will be at the Walton Arts Center parking lot from noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 18.

Oktoberfest returns to Dickson Street as Fayetteville’s fall craft beer festival once again.

Meet KPSQ 97.3, Fayetteville’s New Community Radio Station

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Joe Newman (left) and Hamsa Newmark (right) produce a radio program at the KPSQ-LP 97.3 FM production studio inside the Chancellor Hotel. The station hosts music, commentary and variety shows by locals.

After several years of chasing the dream of one day operating a non-commercial community-sourced radio station in Fayetteville, a few locals can officially announce that station is on-air.

Fayetteville Roots Festival Elevates Ozark Culture

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Gregory Alan Isakov and his band mates circle around a microphone to sing a harmony-laden hymn during their headlining set with special guests Symphony of Northwest Arkansas at Fayetteville Roots Festival, Saturday, Aug. 27.

If there was one common thread about Fayetteville Roots Fest, it’s what the bands who come here to play all say.

Black Lives Matter Community Conversation Planned

By Nick Brothers |
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Various leaders from the University of Arkansas, Compassion Fayetteville and Fayetteville Mayor Lioneld Jordan stand together holding signs stating “Black Lives Matter #FayettevilleCares” Monday, Feb. 7 on Dickson Street.

A few Fayetteville community members are hoping to start an educational community conversation about the Black Lives Matter movement and what it means.

Fayetteville Roots Fest Amps Up Food and Free Programming

By Nick Brothers |
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On Saturday, Aug. 27, the second annual Farmer’s Market cook-off will take place where eight chefs will be paired up to compete for the best dish they can make using only ingredients found at the farmer’s market in the Town Center Plaza.

This year at Roots Fest, it’s the chefs and farmers of Arkansas who are the rock stars.

Vintage Pistol to Release Second EP

By Nick Brothers |
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Vintage Pistol is (from left to right) Andy Cowick, Stan Watson, Michael Stewart, Garrett August and Taylor Smith. The band is releasing their second EP, “The Second Amendment” Aug. 12.

One of Fayetteville’s loudest and most impressive rock n’ roll bands is ready to release their blazing second EP this weekend.