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Vaudeville Pop Rocks!

Randall Shreve and the SideShow Release New Album By Tim Newman Contributing Writer The Jester, a new album from Randall Shreve & the SideShow, was recorded, mixed, and mastered at



If you haven’t heard of Rick Santorum, Google his name. Take a look at the link below Santorum’s official website. That’s right, the one with the address What you


Bridging the Gap Between Information and Inspiration

In his eyes, Robert Swan carries a constant reminder of the effect pollution has had on the ozone. During his polar expeditions, the colors of his irises were altered due

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

SPECIAL EVENTS FIRST THURSDAY — 5 to 8 p.m. today in Fayetteville. Live music, visual and performing arts, charity beer garden, and more. Opening reception for Kelley Hatfield Wilks, Sabine


Vampire Author in the Flesh

By Rachel Birdsell Contributing Writer Engaging, witty and unassuming are just three words that describe Charlaine Harris. Harris hails from Magnolia and is the best-selling author of the Sookie Stackhouse

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The Kruth Talks

Savor Closes, Mermaids Moves Savor restaurant has closed its doors. The staff of Savor was notified Friday that at the close of business on that evening Savor would be officially


Rediscover Viognier

eWine of the Week By Bruce Cochran The next time you’re thinking white wine, but want to try something new, consider a Viognier. Like many new things it’s actually being


Live Music

THURSDAY, OCT. 6 George’s Majestic Lounge, Fayetteville — James McMurtry, Johnny Burke Hjem Restaurant, Fayetteville — Shore and Cockram JJ’s Grill, Fayetteville — Jeff Fox JJ’s Grill, Rogers — Burnett

Advice Advice Goddess

Advice Goddess

Comfortably Wed My wife of three years complains that I’m not romantic anymore. In the beginning, I did romantic stuff all the time. I still love her very much, but

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BB&BBQ: Love It or Hate It?

By Blair Jackson Editor Even though Bikes, Blues & BBQ has become a firm tradition in Fayetteville, there are some locals who cannot be lured to Dickson Street during the