Merry Fayetteville Roots Festival lineup announcement day, everyone. It’s time to open your presents.
The victory over Gonzaga cannot be minimized. It’s simply one of the biggest wins in Razorback basketball history.
Certainly, facing Gonzaga is a daunting task for the Razorbacks, but it has to excite Hog fans for their favored team to have a shot at the biggest dog in the hunt.
The show will include more than 100 works by over two dozen artists, all curated around the theme of nostalgia.
Arkansas Craft Beer Week runs through March 12, culminating with a special pint day to benefit the Arkansas Brewers Guild. It’s the third year that Gov. Asa Hutchinson has proclaimed the week in an effort to spotlight the state’s growing craft beer industry.
February is Black History Month, and a handful of events are scheduled to commemorate the occasion around the regional throughout the month.
The short film is called “South,” and tells the story of Fayetteville artist South Walker and his unique ability as a sculptor as an artist on the autism spectrum.
Fayetteville Roots Festival officials have revealed the dates for the 2022 version of the festival, and announced another 3-day event is in the works.
A streetside shrine for Arkansas head football coach Sam Pittman was built at both intersections of Pittman Drive in Fayetteville.
If electric vehicles are the future, at least a portion of that future will soon be headquartered in Northwest Arkansas.
UA officials on Monday announced the Gymbacks will host their first-ever meet inside the nearly 20,000-seat Bud Walton Arena when they take on Olympian Sunisa Lee and the Auburn Tigers in January.
Gold medal for Maibock, Fossil Cove submits expansion plans, Social Project Brewing Co. arrives on the scene and more.
A new book highlighting a treasured local waterway was released recently.
We’ll know so much more about this Razorback squad Saturday evening than we do now. I personally think we will like what we see.
Locals Leah and Daniel Jordan are planning to open a brand new locally-owned and independent bookshop just off the Fayetteville square this fall.