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The Eurekan

The Eurekan multisport event will include a sprint-distance triathlon on Friday, road bike tour rides and races on Saturday and running races on Sunday.


The Skillet’s Not Hot

Let me say that I really want to like every restaurant you guys recommend. I promise I do. In fact, I want to like every restaurant I try.


It’s Not What You Wear

Years and years of waiting and wondering whether or not we would ever be able to marry, years and years of enduring dire predictions about the downfall of humanity if we were allowed to marry, and then we did … and nothing happened.


The Fate Of The West

The U.S. acquired most of the West by force from Mexico, due to the war with Mexico. Agreed the U.S. won the war with Mexico, but did that make it right? Why does Mexico not go to the World Court and sue?

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Managed Frisk

We all have our indulgences, but how much porn is too much? My boyfriend has hundreds of porn bookmarks in his smart phone.


Aggressive Communication

I have heard aggression talked about as a neutral thing. It’s different from anger. It is force, and force is often called for. Without it we’d be mashed to the ground.


Nobley Delicious

Samuel Adams Noble Pils from The Boston Beer Co. in Boston, Mass., has a neck label that claims it’s one of the only beers to use all five of the noble hops.

In The News Music

Memphis Pencils get a $300 boost for CD

Art Amiss is awarding a $300 grant to Fayetteville band Memphis Pencils to help them professionally master their new album.

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Pleasant Surprise

With a bit of good luck and some impressive cost-cutting efforts on the part of staff, the city of Fayetteville swung from a projected $1 million shortfall to a $1.1 million surplus.

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Possum Flown

In an area that changed dramatically and at intervals rapidly, Bruce Walker and Flying Possum Leather along with faithful canine companion Bugsy were longtime, laid-back fixtures amidst the rock and sometimes raucous nature of Dickson Street.