To-do: Thursday 4/16

What the heck is up with Thursdays? They’re busy. Real busy. For example, there are 18 events listed on our events page for today and that’s just what we know of.

Here are a few highlights:

I say it every Thursday and today is no exception. Opal Fly is at Smoke & Barrel. How could you forget?

This evening you can check out the Farmers’ Market Mill District from 4pm-7pm. Has anyone been yet? Is it awesome or nawsome?

There’s an opening at Fayetteville Underground featuring work by Robert Andes, Robert Glick and Golsa Yaghoobi. If you haven’t checked out Fayetteville Underground, do it. OK?

Jeff Kearney is at Smiling Jack’s tonight and just across the street at the Walton Arts Center is Fully Committed. If you didn’t win tickets in our contest, you can purchase those over at

There’s all kinds of other stuff going on. “Like what” you ask? Chillax, yo. Here’s a list:

Arsaga’s Crossover: McNair Jazz Band
Arsaga’s Gregg: Art Reception For Cheryl Barton
Botanical Garden of the Ozarks: Third Thursday Garden Walk
Brewski’s: Live DJs
Fayetteville Farmers’ Market: On the square (7am-1pm), Mill District (4pm-7pm)
Fayetteville Underground: “The Art of War” & “Reflections on Meaning and Memory” featuring Robert Andes, Robert Glick, Golsa Yaghoobi
George’s: Stoney LaRue
Gypsy on College: Bruce Parker Band
Jose’s: Dave Stiles
Maxine’s: The Karltens
Pesto Cafe: Kevin Bennoch
Powerhouse: Full House
RZ’s Coffeehouse (UA Campus): Jonathan Clay at 8pm
Smiling Jack’s Fresh Foods: Jeff Kearney
Speakeasy: DJ Peaches
Smoke & Barrel: Opal Fly & Friends
Tangerine: Drag show
Walton Arts Center: Fully Committed