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  THURSDAY, SEPT. 8 Chelsea’s Cafe, Eureka Springs: JP Soars & The Red Hots Foghorn’s on College, Fayetteville: Amber and Emma George’s Majestic Lounge, Fayetteville: Signal Path JJ’s Grill, Fayetteville:

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ARIES: Through autumn you will consider many things related to Taurus — comfort, your value system, finances, resources and earning power. An interesting (perhaps fleeting) thought may concern worthiness —

8 Days a Week

8 Days a Week – Event Calendar

Art and Music VISITING ARTIST LECTURE AND RECEPTION FOR MICHAEL PLATT  — 4:30 p.m. Thursday at FNAR 213 at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. 575-7987. RED, WHITE, AND BLUE


Double Wide is no Trailer Trash

Wamp’s Wisdom Boulevard Brewing Company in Kansas City offers Double Wide India Pale Ale (IPA) at 8.5 percent alcohol as one of their Smokestack Series beers. It pours a rosey

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The Kruth Talks

Bikes, Blues & BBQ to Include Motocross Scheduled Sept. 28-Oct. 1, Bikes, Blues and BBQ will be expanding to Springdale. ArenaCross will be held at The Rodeo of the Ozarks’

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Boeing-Boeing: A Fantastic Ride

By Blair Jackson Editor Featuring a protagonist who wants to “have his cake and eat it too” with three different women, the first scene of Boeing-Boeing had me wondering if

In The News

Living on Scrap

By Zan Jarvis TFW Contributing Writer As the economy gets trickier, people start looking for new ways to earn a buck or two. The folks at Vaughn Metal Recycling on


School House Cafe Fails the Test

Preamble Ramble When I wrote my review for Hugo’s cheeseburger, I received a lot of emails letting me know where other great cheeseburgers can be found in the area.  So,

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Advice Goddess

This Is Where You Draw The Spine My boyfriend lives in Germany, and I’m in Switzerland (a one-hour plane ride away). His close female friend is getting married, and I’m


Band of the Week – Nate Hancock & the Declaration

By Blair Jackson Editor Two years ago Nate Hancock left Fayetteville with 1,000 CDs, a guitar and the faith that he would find success in California. Already established as a