If you’re a baseball fan, you probably already know that Arkansas has received a bid to host a regional during the first round of this year’s NCAA baseball tournament.
I really hope that you guys are somewhere, near a body of water, wearing swim trunks and flip flops, about to grill up some bratburgers and hamdoggers.
I took a grilling staple – in this case, fresh sausages – and transformed them into another grilling staple – burgers.
The Anger Loves Company Tour makes a stop at Teatro Scarpino tonight.
If you were psyched about finally getting to seeing MC Hammer in concert, it looks like you’ll be waiting even longer.
The fact that we only feel compelled to show our patriotism a handful of days each year bothers me.
A pig race, a demolition derby, helicopter rides, a banana derby (?), a magic show, a petting zoo, and something called a “freak show deluxe” are happening in town this weekend. Not joking.
There are no public meetings scheduled for Friday, May 28 through Sunday, May 30, 2010.
The No. 12 University of Arkansas baseball team dropped a 5-4 decision to No. 4 Florida Thursday afternoon at the 2010 SEC Tournament at Regions Park.
After reviewing the March sales tax numbers released on Friday, city staff has decided to leave the lights on the trail system on all night for now.
An interview with JD Paul from Messy Sparkles.
In a day that belonged to the lower-seeded teams, the No. 12 University of Arkansas baseball team couldn’t buck the trend in a 2-0 loss to Vanderbilt on the opening day of the 2010 SEC Tournament at Regions Park.
Wade Ogle & The Mad Spirits, Gulley Park Concert Series, Songs in the ‘Ville and more.
Public meetings for Thursday, May 27, 2010.
The July 2 furlough day for city staff has been cancelled in light of sales tax income from March, the mayor said at Tuesday night’s agenda session.
Fayetteville’s Jared and Sarah Greer have won their very own TCBY store which will be soon be built right here in town.