The Arkansas baseball team scored 9 runs in the final four innings to come from behind and beat Auburn 9-4 Friday night at Baum Stadium in Fayetteville.
On May 14-15, dance/illusion troupe Momix will be back in town with their latest show “Botanica,” and we’ve got a couple of tickets to give away.
Lots of people won NAMA awards last night. Here are those people.
It’s the weekend. Do something awesome.
There are no public meetings scheduled for April 30-May 2.
Just six months after announcing that the lights on the city’s trail system would remain lit all night, city staff has decided to turn them back off in order to save money.
Tonight belongs to the Northwest Arkansas Music Awards. At least for a while. Afterwards, you’re on your own.
Brett Eibner had four RBIs and hit his 14th home run of the season to help the No. 7 Razorback baseball team top Missouri State 5-4 Wednesday night at Baum Stadium in Fayetteville.
Public meetings for Thursday, April 29, 2010.
Congrats to the winners of our Dr. Dog ticket giveaway, Dusty and Ashley.
Early this afternoon, a report of a hot dog cart on the downtown Fayetteville square appeared on our Twitter feed shortly after we posted it there.
Matthew Holland and his wife Camilla plan to open a restaurant, as well as an outdoor shop in East Square Plaza in the coming months.
There’s plenty to do unless you’re saving it for the NAMAs tomorrow night.
Public meetings for Wednesday, April 28, 2010.
The city of Fayetteville will take a furlough day on July 2 to help address budget shortfalls, Finance Director Paul Becker announced at last night’s agenda session.
If you think you might be up for it, mark your calendars for Monday, May 3, from 7-8:30 p.m. because that’s when Mayor Jordan and crew will be at it again.
Ducks fans should be able to rest easier now that he’s made it past the 24 hour mark.
Here are some more reasons to celebrate in the way of things to do, deals to take advantage of, bands to see, and places to be. Double party!
To date in 2010, Pagnozzi Charities has helped more than 400 underprivileged youth play sports.