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Tackling Tradition with the Hearts of Champions

By Blair Jackson Editor A group of Northwest Arkansas women are donning shoulder pads (specially crafted for the feminine physique) and lacing up their cleats for a championship game scheduled

Advice Risa's Astrology


ARIES: An interesting planetary configuration is occurring between Pluto and the other planets. Especially for you, Aries. A connection between your work in the world and relationships, partnerships. It’s best


Bean Palace Makes a Fine Plate

By Rachel Birdsell TFW Contributing Writer Preamble Ramble I was out at War Eagle Mill last year around this time for the crafts fair. I wanted to eat at the


Featured Poet: Martha Silano

Seattle poet Martha Silano will be the featured reader for Ozark Poets and Writers Collective. The group meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Nightbird books on Dickson Street. Silano is

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I am 19 and have been dating a wonderful 24-year-old guy for about a month. Some of his family members wish he was still with the fiancee he broke up


Red Seal is Simple, Maybe Too Simple

Wamp’s Wisdom Red Seal Ale from North Coast Brewing Co. in Fort Bragg, Calif., is billed as an American amber ale. It pours a deep copper with a sticky white

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Event Calendar

SPECIAL EVENTS ARTISTS STUDIO TOUR — Friday through Sunday in Eureka Springs. Sixteen artists open their studios to the public. or 363-9402. ART D’VINE — 6 to 9 p.m.


Live Music 9/22-9/29

Thursday, Sept. 22 Foghorn’s on College, Fayetteville —  Vikki Cunningham George’s Majestic Lounge, Fayetteville —  Jeff Coffin’s Mu’tet JJ’s Grill, Fayetteville —  Jeff Fox JJ’s Grill, Rogers —  Russ Hutchison



From the Editor The first time I saw a homeless person was in Dallas, Texas. I was 20 years old, practically skipping down the sidewalks of the city, excited to


Unique Duet Between Prose and Song

By Clay Payne TFW Contributing Writer On a lazy Sunday afternoon, moments before the evening storm fell, patrons of Nightbird books on Dickson Street in Fayetteville caught an intimate concert/reading