AETN will broadcast two local documentaries produced recently by Emmy-winning documentary filmmaker and University of Arkansas professor Larry Foley.
Library staff have scheduled four additional free screenings of the Fayetteville documentary Up Among the Hills in November.
The free screenings will be held inside the library’s Walker Community Room.
Free screenings will be held inside the library’s Walker Community Room at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 1 and Tuesday, Nov. 6, and at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 11.
Mountain Street will be closed from School Street to West Avenue from 8 a.m. Friday to 6 a.m. Saturday.
The Fayetteville Public Library is seeking historical photographs to be included in the bonus features of Up Among the Hills: The Story of Fayetteville.
Hayes was a beloved figure in Fayetteville in the 20th century, playing a unique style of jump blues for white and black audiences from the 1930s through the 1960s.
Bill Clinton has accepted a request to narrate the upcoming film, Up Among the Hills, The Story of Fayetteville, it was announced today.
Legend has it that former Fayetteville resident Ronnie Hawkins used to conduct “diving exhibitions” at Wilson Park pool back in the early 50’s. Got any pictures from these late-night pool parties?
Are you spending some time at your grandma’s place this weekend for the holiday? Does she have any old Fayetteville pictures in her attic? Think you could borrow them for a couple hours?
Shawna Thorup announced today that the library has enlisted Emmy Award winning filmmaker Larry Foley to produce a 60-minute documentary on the history of Fayetteville beginning this fall.