There are a handful of true institutions which contribute substantially more than their share to help keep the funky in Fayetteville—and one of those places is Flying Possum Leather. Established in 1976, this wonderful shop is committed to creating and selling custom items at a time when mass production has nearly overtaken the artistry and craftsmanship of handmade leather work.
Tucked right next to a quiet stretch of the Frisco Trail just a few steps from the bustle of Dickson Street, you’ll find a unique collection of spaces for makers and artists to do their work. Located in an old converted warehouse and Quonset hut alongside a narrow section of urban woodland, Trailside Village is a haven for creativity in a wonderfully walkable area of the city.
Whoa. They had us at baked goods and beer—but the 2019 Highway 71 Pastry Tour organizers have planned absolutely gorgeous bike tour routes to accommodate riders ranging from beginners to hard core, making this is one road ride not to miss.
Fayetteville arts organization and local gallery Art Ventures, in partnership with the Jim and Joyce Faulkner Performing Arts Center at the University of Arkansas, presents visual arts exhibition “Islamic Art in Context” through May 18, 2019.
Fayetteville is ranked the #1 place to live in the SEC for good reason—and the month of May is an absolutely beautiful backdrop for this year’s NCAA Golf Championship at the challenging and perfectly maintained Blessings Golf Club. When it’s time to come off of the course for a bit to find some local havens or enjoy some Razorback retail therapy, we’ve got some great suggestions:
In case the secret wasn’t already getting out about the beauty of the Ozarks surrounding Fayetteville and nearby communities, an Architectural Digest feature about the filming of HBO’s True Detective Season 3 definitely puts the region in the spotlight.
Buffalo wings. Hot wings. Whatever you call them, we’re down to eat ‘em! This delicious handheld food is so simple, yet so messy. It can be an appetizer or the main course. Some people are looking to fill up, and others are looking to test their limits by devouring plates of the best wings in Fayetteville.
In short, wings are what you make them and a bit of a culinary paradox — a communal experience that’s also very personalized, since everybody loves to meet up for wings but has their own favorite. Nowadays, with a seemingly endless array of flavors, finding the best wings can be a challenge. Lucky for you, many Fayetteville restaurants have great wings, so here are a few local favorites to get you started on your quest.
The Walton Arts Center will host a production of "Les Misérables" June 18-23 as part of the Broadway Series, which brings to Fayetteville some of the most heralded theatrical productions in the world.
The Symphony of Northwest Arkansas (SoNA) pulls out all the stops for their grand finale of its 2018-2019 season.
Gather the family for an afternoon of magic in one of Fayetteville’s most colorful spring attractions. The eARTh festival is taking over the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks as children’s tales come to life on Saturday, April 27 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
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