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Modems without manners

Later this month, Amy Alkon, author of The Advice Goddess column that runs in the Free Weekly, will release her new book “I See Rude People: One Woman’s Battle To

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Art, Music Film

First Thursday, the popular art event on the Fayetteville Square is tonight from 5 to 8 p.m. and the new 540 Film Festival will open tonight, too. There will be

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540 Film Fest

540 FILM FEST: Today, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Center for Continuing Education and the UARK Bowl in Fayetteville. $5-$30.

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Taking The Helm

by Amber Kruth Taking The Helm Justine Middleton and Christina Mere will lead the Fayetteville Animal Shelter as superintendent and coordinator, respectively. These positions became available last month after an


Techno jam bands take Fayetteville

By Brian Washburn The Fayetteville music scene has several treats in store this month for those who thrive on local concerts. While fans of ’90s pop-rock will be thrilled when

Risa's Astrology

Mercury in Scorpio

With Mercury in Scorpio we all become resourceful, determined, fearless, intuitive, witty, investigative, profound and filled with desires, however secretly and with great mystery. We may go into hiding, display

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I Need a Home

Mr. Motorboat is a 3-year-old male who was picked up as a stray. He is a big kitty who is sweet and likes other cats. He got his name from

Advice Goddess

Jihad to be you

By Amy Alkon I kept seeing this woman I was interested in at pool parties, but I’ve always been very shy and reluctant to make the first move. At the


Coco before Chanel

French biographical dramas are a mixed bag. “Coco Before Chanel” is a mixed Chanel bag. French films of its ilk usually emphasize character, evocative settings, substantial performances and often a


The bookworm

By Terri Schlichenmeyer Sometimes, you just want to run away, screaming. A stranger publicly divulges details of her love life. Your father gives you a blow-by-blow of his intestinal problems.