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His Mami Or Is He A Cheater?

What’s that saying you gabachos have? Something like, “Fool me once, pendejo eres tú; fool me twice, el pendejo soy yo?” Something like that.

Advice Advice Goddess

Too-Big Love

I’m an older woman (almost 50) in a six-year live-in relationship with a 25-year-old guy. The problem is he wants to sleep with other girls.


Mission Statement

When I worked with homeless teenagers, the staff was driven by the organization’s mission to “[reach] out to homeless and disenfranchised youth of New York City, offering them respite from hunger, cold, loneliness and fear and the opportunity to reclaim for themselves a sense of dignity and self-worth.”

In The News

Good News For Chavez

Jonathan Chavez, the Rogers High School graduate and University of Arkansas student who faces potential deportation, has been granted a change of venue to determine his status in the U.S.

Family Friendly

1 Million Meals

Arvest Bank says it’s branching out to help fight hunger with a 1 Million Meals program for April and May.


Live Music: April 2 & Beyond

George’s Majestic 84th anniversary bash continues tonight with 7 Walkers. Also Justin Riley at Maxine’s Tap Room, salsa and latin dancing at Teatro Scarpino and more throughout NWA.

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Playboy Casting Call

If you’re a student who likes showing her school spirit — and by showing, I mean gettin’ nekkid — Playboy is coming to town April 7-8 for casting calls for its “Girls of the SEC” issue.

In The News

UA Gets $20,000 Grant

A $20,000 grant will help the University of Arkansas participate in 100,000 Strong, a presidential program to expand the number of U.S. students learning abroad in China.

8 Days a Week

8 Days: April 1 & Beyond

Boston Mountain Potters are the artists of the month at Ozark Folkways. Reception tonight from 6 to 8 p.m.


'Hop' Plops

Its inherent average-ness is easy to explain: solid writers Cinco Paul and Ken Daurio (Yea for “Despicable Me” and “Horton Hears a Who”) meet not-so-solid director Tim Hill (Boo for “Alvin and the Chipmunks” and “Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties”).