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The University of Arkansas is proving again how to be on top. I’m not talking about the new recruits for 2011 Razorback athletics, although that’s definitely exciting. I’m talking about keeping up with the times, i.e. technology.

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Keep It Funky

NWA happenings put the ‘Oh!’ in October Bikes, Blues & BBQ is over, but that doesn’t mean the rest of October has a dearth of entertainment for those looking for

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Ask A Mexican

Dear Mexican: Mexico is truly an amazing, beautiful country! Huge oil reserves, mineral deposits second to none, tourist potential unparalleled! And yet Mexicans have turned it into a backwater, undeveloped narco-ruled Third World cesspool of corruption and poverty.

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Self-taught artists visit Eureka Springs

By Rachel Birdsell TFW Contributing Writer Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting two very talented, yet very different artists who were showcasing their work in Eureka Springs. James Dean


Win! / Fail :(

Peyton Hillis had another great week with his 102 yards rushing and a touchdown aiding the Browns to a win over division-rival Bengals.

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Putting The Spark Plugs In The Relationship

Five years ago, My Love and I shared our first kiss. Since then, we’ve been seeing each other three times a week for an hour. We spend this hour in

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

Pea Ridge Mule Jump — Oct. 9; 10/10/10 Climate Action Day — Oct. 10

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News of the Weird

▲ Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, feeling under-respected academically, commissioned an in-state firm to create a direct-mail campaign highlighting the many benefits of a Drake education. The pitch to potential students, which was rolled out in September in brochures and on Drake’s website, is called the “Drake Advantage” and is graphically represented (curiously, for an academic institution) as “D+.”