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‘Jelly Roll’ Back In Print

The University of Arkansas Press has published a new edition of “Jelly Roll: A Black Neighborhood in a Southern Mill Town,” by Charles E. Thomas. The book, originally published in


Q&A With Carl Jackson

Original hometown: Louisville, Miss.

Hometown now: Nashville, Tenn.

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Recycling Schedule Announced

Fayetteville Solid Waste and Recycling Division announced June’s availability of items now being accepted at the recycling drop off.

In The News

Sidewalk Work To Cause Traffic Delays

Fayetteville will begin work on a new sidewalk along the north side of Lawson Street. The project will begin at Porter Road and extend east approximately 520 feet to complete


Live Music

  THURSDAY   Chelsea’s Corner Cafe, Eureka Springs: Brown Chicken Brown Cow Cherokee Casino, West Siloam Springs, Okla.: Derryl Perry Foghorn’s on College, Fayetteville: Jamie Wolf Fresco Cafe and Pub,

8 Days a Week

Special Events

BENTONVILLE CULINARY FESTIVAL — through Friday at participating restaurants in Bentonville. Special tastings and dishes inspired by James Beard benefiting the James Beard Foundation Scholarship for chefs of tomorrow.

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We’ll Always Have Parasites

My boyfriend of two months is a gem, but his house is a horror.

Advice Risa's Astrology

Light Beams, Interplay, Mutability, Duality & Constant Flux

This week’s occultation of Venus overshadows our world for months to come, signaling a series of financial situations leading us further into a state of economic awareness.


Say What?

Does anyone else have trouble keeping up with what is and isn’t politically correct to say?