Well, my friends, the national average for a gallon of gasoline is reported to be $3.51 and quite possible headed for $4 in the metropolises by the spring. Look for the average price in Arkansas to settle in somewhere below that number. I recall how much flap in the national mainstream [...]View Post
Northwest Arkansas celebrates Mardi Gras this weekend in Fayetteville, Eureka Springs and the River Valley. In Fort Smith, the “Best Party in Town” begins at 6 p.m. Friday with cocktails, followed by a Cajun dinner at 7 p.m. A live auction with auctioneer Doug Schwartz features fabulous trips and parties, there will be a New Orleans-style [...]View Post
Have you seen the latest findings by the Pew Center? Well, I have and you might want to. They say their research shows there are 1.8 million dead Americans currently registered as voters and another 24 million with inaccurate or invalid voter information. Wow, by my feeble mathematical skills, that totals nearly 26 million folks [...]View Post
Read this news account friends from Sara Burrows from the Carolina Journal News Reports and tell me again how you don’t believe our governments are steadily squeezing liberty loving Americans into a neat little box where we all live ticky-tacky lives in our ticky- tacky houses according to how our elected governments tell us we [...]View Post
The Tax Foundation just released its latest study on state and local sales taxes in America and guess what? Our relatively impoverished Arkansas is ranked among the Top Six states! (Is this where we play the rousing Razorback fight song?) Number one nationally is Tennessee with a combined state and local sale tax rate of [...]View Post
The latest OpinionWire carries an AP story that says the federal government is searching for software that can scan social media supposedly to “predict the future.” The story says solicitations posted online reveal how law enforcement and intelligence agencies seek to anticipate terrorist attacks and foreign uprisings by perusing billions of posts from Twitter and [...]View Post
Hello and welcome to a new blogsite of my thoughts and opinions here at NWA Source. I’ll be trying out these newfangled wings in this format for a bit as I settle into a normal routine for posting comentary I believe (naagh, let’s say hope) you will find interesting and or relevant. The subjects will [...]View Post
Micah Neal is hosting a campaign fundraiser Sunday at this family’s Springdale restaurant, Neal’s Cafe, featuring a trio of prominent Republicans. Sen. John Boozman, Rep. Steve Womack and Lt. Gov. Mark Darr are scheduled to attend the event to be held from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. The invitation notes that pie and coffee will [...]View Post John Boozman, Mark Darr, Mark Martin, Micah Neal, Steve Womack
It’s Valentine’s Day — and it’s not too late to make it look like you had a plan: Valentine’s Concert — Still on the Hill will release a new CD, “Red Curtain,” at a Valentine’s themed event at GoodFolk Productions in Fayetteville. The folk duo promises to play love songs for the duration of their [...]View Post
“The Bleeding” has stopped, Five Finger Death Punch has healed, and they’ll be in Northwest Arkansas soon.
The California-based band has released three albums, including the October recording “American Capitalist,” which debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard album chart.
Five Finger Death Punch will perform on May 8, a Tuesday. Tickets go on sale at 9 a.m. Friday (Feb. 17) through the Walton Arts Center. No prices are currently listed. [Updated] Just got ticket prices. Admission will be $31.50 in advance or $34.50 day-of-show. It’s a general admission concert.
It will be the first metal show in the AMP’s history.View Post american, amp, arkansas music pavilion, bleeding, concert announcements, first, five finger death punch, punch