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One of the best things about living in Fayetteville is that people can complain, gripe and bitch. Well here goes. The Razorback mascot logo at the intersection of University Avenue

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'Arkham City' – A New Classic

By Mike Mahardy Contributing Writer The walls of Arkham City rise high above the criminals of Gotham. Smoke rises while the sounds of distant gunshots pervade the atmosphere. The super



THURSDAY, NOV. 3 George’s Majestic Lounge, Fayetteville: Jason Boland & The Stragglers, American Aquarium JJ’s Grill, Fayetteville: Mo Brothers JJ’s Grill, Rogers: Clint Scrivner Pesto Cafe, Fayetteville: Sarah Hughes Rowdy

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Flee Circus

I have a good relationship with my boyfriend of a year except for how he ignores me when he’s stressed. The first time this happened, he disappeared for a week

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A Look at the Revolution

“When there’s nothing left to burn, you’ve got to set yourself on fire.” — Chuck Palahniuk By Blair Jackson In December 2010, a Tunisian street vendor named Mohamed Bouazizi was

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ARIES: Are you pursing the arts of pleasure or romance? Is the thought of risk appealing? Do you sometimes feel like there’s not enough love in the world? You will


Plutocracy and Corporate Personhood

By Blair Jackson Editor It’s important to remember Occupy Wall Street is a protest movement, not a political organization or even a task force. What is happening in America right

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Things to Do This Week

SPECIAL EVENTS FIRST THURSDAY RECEPTION — 5 to 8 p.m. today at the Fayetteville Underground, East Square Plaza Basement, 1 E. Center St., Fayetteville. or 387-1534. 5X5 EXHIBITION RECEPTION

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Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks

Dr. Dog Discusses New, Old Studio Sessions By Blair Jackson Dr. Dog is a Philadelphia-based psychadelic rock band featuring mixed acoustics, a bitchin’ rhythm piano, strong vocals and sweet, sweet

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Local Flavor

By Blair Jackson For some Fayetteville kitchens, using local produce is a top priority. Those who put seasonal fruits and vegetables on the table say they are also serving up