We’ve got two pair of tickets to give away to two lucky winners. Here we go.
Dinner and a movie, roller derby, rock, theatre, art, basketball, baseball, a chilli cookoff, and a soup dinner. That’s a lot of stuff for one weekend.
There’s a 100% chance of soup at the Northwest Arkansas Convention Center in Springdale on Sunday, as Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families hosts their annual Soup Sunday fundraiser.
Public meetings for Friday, February 26, 2010.
The previously 0-12 Tigers got their first conference win of the season against the Hogs on Wednesday 65-54.
Congratulations to the winner of the STS9 ticket giveaway!
Tonight, Feb. 25, the city will host an informational meeting at the Fayetteville City Hall at 5:30 p.m. for those interested in getting involved with the Trail Trekkers program.
Big show at George’s, They Came From Little Rock and Project XXX.
The idea was to photograph nude models without instructing them to pose in any specific way in order to study if their chosen poses reflected any society-assigned gender roles.
TheatreSquared will debut Glen Berger’s one-man mystery Underneath the Lintel on Friday, Feb. 26 at the Studio Theatre inside Nadine Baum Studios.
Public meetings for Thursday, February 25, 2010.
I have yet to lose the Oscar pool at our Academy Awards party and I don’t intend to this year either.
Two lucky winners scored a pair of tickets to the Saturday, Feb. 20 performance of Ladysmith Black Mambazo at Walton Arts Center.
Opal Fly’s Feel Good Lounge is set for its final show. Plus more.
I made myself a challenge last week – make a meal with no more than five ingredients. That’s right, five. Fünf. Cinco.
Public meetings for Wednesday, February 24, 2010.
Baseball season is here. It’s restaurant week in Fayetteville. There are about a million other things happening in Northwest Arkansas this week. Here’s what’s new on Local540.
Free pancakes, Keb’ Mo’, The Weird Sisters and a handful of great locals.
An interview with Fayetteville’s Samurai Luncheon.
Police say the same graffiti has been spotted on at least 20 other locations over the past 18 months. Once caught, the vandal will face at least 30 felony counts of criminal mischief.
Public meetings for Tuesday, February 23, 2010.
The United Way of Northwest Arkansas has created a program called “Generation Give” that will educate and train future community leaders and contributors.