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All applications must be received by 5 p.m. Aug. 26. All volunteers must reside within the Fayetteville city limits and be a Fayetteville registered voter.


Cowboy Up

While the result isn’t exactly “Citizen Kane” there is a lot of fun to be had in this sci-fi/western mash-up that plays out as one of the most superbly crafted B-movies you’re going to find this side of Tarantino.


Live Music: July 28

Live music and more in Fayetteville and NWA

8 Days a Week

8 Days: July 28

Events and more in Fayetteville and NWA


Stop In For Comfort Food

I had eaten breakfast at Susan’s many times, but I’d never tried lunch there. This time I did, and here’s what I found.


The True Believers

Facebook and Twitter are the great soapboxes of our current society. We use the free media outlets, share photos, videos, quotes, songs and sometimes scripture when we feel so inclined to back up our own beliefs or, as is more often the case, to justify them.


Roots Festival More Than Music

The Fayetteville Roots Festival isn’t just about music any more than a person is embodied in an eye, a heart, a kidney or any other singular organ. The Roots Festival is about the full living, breathing organism that is this unique Arkansas community.


Christmas Fuller Project's Final Show

The Christmas Fuller Project is releasing a new CD titled “Roman Candle Wars” just in time for the band to end. The group’s final show will take place at 7 p.m. Saturday, July 30 at Mama Carmen’s in Fayetteville.


A Purrfect Deal

The Fayetteville Animal Shelter hopes to continue its success finding homes for cats with a “name your price” promotion. From now to Aug. 25, cats can be adopted for a minimum $5, and they will be spayed or neutered, vaccinated and implanted with a microchip.