Film festival celebrates the great outdoors
As the short film "Where the Wild Things Play" opens, three guys are sitting at a bar, wishing they were out skiing or climbing or doing something exciting -- and wondering where the girls are.
Kristi Ponte comes from three generations of professional artists -- working in glass, watercolor, acrylics, metal art, iron forging and floral design -- and she herself has been painting in acrylics for more than 30 years.
He just won the 2018 Leonard Bernstein Award. He performs solo and with one of the most innovative trios currently touring. He's been described by the Boston Globe as someone who "plays classical violin with the charisma of a rock star."
"But this story remains. And isn't that essentially all that life is -- a collection of stories? This is one of mine ..."
Author wants to help kids change the world
What's on Kwame Alexander's mind on a Tuesday morning in October?
‘Front Porch’ facilitates cultural connections
Until they sat down together, Charlotte Buchanan-Yale and Jeannie Stone might not have known they were courting the same audience.
Gridiron journalists poke fun at everyone
Any longtime fan of the Northwest Arkansas Gridiron Show surely expects to see Donald Trump in the first sketch -- and the second -- and probably the third, fourth, 10th and 26th.
UAFS opens season with innovative fall production
There is nothing Bob Stevenson loves more than blasting through barriers -- not just the fourth wall that has traditionally separated actors from audience but anything else that might limit the theatrical experience.
Mulhollans debut new ‘Cane Hill’ album
Mollie discovered she was an artist, back when women weren't anything but wives, mothers and farm hands.
"I like stories," said Martin Philip, a writer and Fayetteville native. "I find the lives that each of us lead -- small, large, jackpot or broke -- fascinating."