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Against the Wal

By D.R. Bartlette This week is Wal-Mart’s annual shareholders’ meeting, the largest shareholders’ meeting in the world, bringing more than 20,000 people to Fayetteville. With motivational speakers, musical performances and

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Opinion: Doug Thompson and Daddy Warbucks

Chrysler again By Doug Thompson I thought I’d heard everything about Chrysler transmissions. Then I wrote a column about mine. Now I’m told that putting a rear-wheel drive Chrysler, Plymouth
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Highlights- May 31-June 6

Eureka Springs Blues Festival kicks off tonight Blues fans will be flocking to Eureka Springs this weekend for the 20th annual Blues Festival, which features headline concerts at The Auditorium


On the Aisle- Film Review by Tony Macklin

Shred the Third Shrek the Third has the curse of the third in a bankable series. It is too often sappy, tiresome, and overblown. A franchise such as Shrek, with


Music & Clubs May 31- June 6

Thursday, May 31 Bayou – Elvis T. Busboy Bordino’s – The Rick Salonen Trio Déjà Vu – DJ Revellution Foghorn’s – Sarah Hughes George’s – Without a Whisper, The American
8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week- May 31- June 6

All events listed in 8 Days a Week are open to the public. To submit a listing, send to FFW, 203 N. College Avenue, Fayetteville, AR 72701, or fax to
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E Wine of the Week

Hello Everyone, This week we discuss one of my favorite recent travel discoveries and the wine that introduced me to the area. That wine is one of the great bargains

Risa's Astrology

Risa's Astrology for May 31- June 6

Gemini Full Moon, World Invocation & Goodwill Day & Festival of Humanity