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Pittman confident in his Hogs even if fans aren’t

Pittman confident in his Hogs even if fans aren’t

The Razorbacks’ head coach isn’t going into the upcoming season with blinders on. He knows he is coaching for his job.

Review: ‘Twisters’ surprises as a solid summer movie

Review: ‘Twisters’ surprises as a solid summer movie

Arkansas native director Lee Isaac Chung’s film is a good bit of fun and perhaps even better than the original Twister.

Sponsored A stunner near UA, a Wilson Park home, and more from Flyer Homes

A stunner near UA, a Wilson Park home, and more from Flyer Homes

Flyer Homes has two brand new listings hitting the market this weekend, and two great homes available in east Fayetteville have new (lower) prices.

Dekarius Dawson and The Expressions to play Weekend Starts on Friday

Dekarius Dawson and The Expressions to play Weekend Starts on Friday

Local R&B group Dekarius Dawson and The Expressions will play the city’s upcoming Weekend Starts in the Ramble series show on Friday evening.

Weekend Flyer: Firefly Fling, Cate Brothers, Little Craft Show, Buckin’ in the Ozarks, and more

Weekend Flyer: Firefly Fling, Cate Brothers, Little Craft Show, Buckin’ in the Ozarks, and more

Live music, community events, performances, and more happening in and around Fayetteville this weekend.

Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders announces trade mission to Europe

Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders announces trade mission to Europe

Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Thursday said she’s traveling to Europe for her second trade mission there as governor.

Arkansas’ reproductive health care challenges continue, study shows

Arkansas’ reproductive health care challenges continue, study shows

Arkansas continues to find itself among the lowest-ranked states for women’s health and reproductive care, according to a new report released Thursday.

More than two dozen Razorback athletes set to compete in Paris Olympics

More than two dozen Razorback athletes set to compete in Paris Olympics

When the Olympic games kick off in Paris next week, Arkansas fans won’t have to look too hard to find a Razorback to root for.

Sunny’s Stir Fry set to open on College Avenue

Sunny’s Stir Fry set to open on College Avenue

A new Chinese restaurant that has been in the works for a little over a year will open soon in central Fayetteville.

Conservative GOP women, led by Arkansas Gov. Sarah Sanders, rally at convention

Conservative GOP women, led by Arkansas Gov. Sarah Sanders, rally at convention

GOP women spotlighted the power of their vote and the work they do for the party Tuesday at several events on the perimeter of the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee.

Marybeth Byrd to play Gulley Park Concert Series July 18

Marybeth Byrd to play Gulley Park Concert Series July 18

Next up in the series is a performance by The Voice semifinalist Marybeth Byrd, set to perform on Thursday, July 18 as part of the series.

Dive-in movies at Wilson Park to show Kung Fu Panda 4 on Friday

Dive-in movies at Wilson Park to show Kung Fu Panda 4 on Friday

The city’s Parks, Natural Resources and Cultural Affairs department will host a screening of Kung Fu Panda 4 on Friday, July 19.

Fayetteville adopts new climate action plan

Fayetteville adopts new climate action plan

The city now has a new set of tools to help combat the impacts of climate change after a unanimous vote to adopt a new plan.

Actress, singer, bookclub founder Emma Roberts spotted at Dickson Street Bookshop

Actress, singer, bookclub founder Emma Roberts spotted at Dickson Street Bookshop

Dickson Street Bookshop got a shoutout in the latest version of national entertainment magazine US Weekly this week.

Fayetteville council unanimously backs Sunday alcohol sales referendum

Fayetteville council unanimously backs Sunday alcohol sales referendum

In Arkansas, cities can individually place Sunday alcohol sales questions on the ballot if enough signatures are collected.

Tyson Foods heir pleads not guilty to charge of driving while intoxicated

Tyson Foods heir pleads not guilty to charge of driving while intoxicated

Tyson Foods heir and executive John R. Tyson has pleaded not guilty to a charge of driving while intoxicated.

Arkansas is sued for rejecting petitions on an abortion-rights ballot measure

Arkansas is sued for rejecting petitions on an abortion-rights ballot measure

Arkansans for Limited Government asked the state Supreme Court to reverse the state’s decision.

Chappel Roan added to Walmart AMP lineup

Chappel Roan added to Walmart AMP lineup

The Missouri native who has exploded in popularity recently, announced a handful of new dates for her Midwest Princess Tour, including a stop at the Walmart AMP on Wednesday, Oct. 2.

Flyer Q&A: Catching up with Fayetteville artist Aaron Bleidt

Flyer Q&A: Catching up with Fayetteville artist Aaron Bleidt

After several years collecting and supporting the work of others, Fayetteville entrepreneur Aaron Bleidt a few years ago decided to take his place on the other side of the easel for a change.

Walton Arts Center announces 2024-25 West Street Live concert lineup

Walton Arts Center announces 2024-25 West Street Live concert lineup

The theater’s smaller, intimate setting is designed to evoke the atmosphere of neighborhood listening rooms and nightclubs.