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Celebrate Earth Day

This year marks the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, which is April 22.

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A diverse collection of short- and full-length films will be shown during the Palestine Film Festival April 15-16 on the University of Arkansas campus.

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Tony Farnam, originally a tobacconist in Fort Smith, came to Fayetteville with a wealth of knowledge and a passion for pipes, fine tobacco and premium cigars. His dream was to open an upscale tobacco shop in Fayetteville for the serious pipe and cigar enthusiast.

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The Art Of Wine Set For June

The Walton Art Center’s popular fundraiser, The Art of Wine, will be a little different this year.

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Curtain Maul

I’m a theater performer, and there’s a tendency among theater people that disturbs me: dreadful over-the-top flirting.

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E-Cycle, Cleanup And Preserving Kings River

The spring bulky waste cleanup has begun. The city is sponsoring three upcoming general waste cleanups


Taking Back Sunday

Music reunions make headlines only if the band is a chart-topping, platinum-selling artist who have gone through a bitter divorce only to reunite years later in an attempt to either get the old magic back or to get out of bankruptcy.


Well FED

From the White House grounds to the People’s Garden at the USDA in Washington, D.C., to thousands of fresh markets in rural and urban communities, the momentum behind growing, eating, buying and supporting local food is growing.

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8 Days a Week

All events listed in 8 Days a Week are open to the public. To submit a listing, send to Fayetteville Free Weekly, P.O. Box 1607, Fayetteville 72702, or e-mail, at least two weeks prior to event.

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And the Nominees Are…

Northwest Arkansas musicians who excelled in 2009 will be honored at the 15th annual Northwest Arkansas Music Awards, or NAMA, a Grammy-style event on April 29 at the Dickson Theater.