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The New Voice of Poetry

By Ginny Masullo On the last Tuesday of every month (except December), the Ozark Poets and Writers Collective hosts a featured reader and open mic. At 7 p.m. this Tuesday,


Jimmy Herring Beyond Widespread Panic

Fayetteville will be treated to a show by a man that can accurately be described as a guitar genius.

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International Day of Peace at Autumn Equinox

As Archangel Michael, the great protector, assumes protection of the Earth, the Sun enters Libra (Autumn Equinox) On Saturday morning at 7:50 a.m. (west coast), sword in hand, as Archangel

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Apocalypse Meow

For years, a group of us girls have gone camping, to dinner, to concerts, etc. Our husbands do their own thing together while we hang out. When they bring a

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"Fall" Into Pet Love

Staff Report The Fayetteville Animal Shelter is hosting the “Fall” Into Love Adoption Extravaganza on Saturday, Sept. 22, by lowering the adoption on all pets to $10. The shelter will

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Who Will Be The Next Mayor of Fayetteville?

“What we do here: we don’t base how we run the government on consumer-based government as ‘what’s in it for me?’ We base it on a partnership government that says


Bananas, Boobs and Blood

by Rachel Birdsell I just read in “So, Now You Know” that “a report introduced into the U.S. Senate states that a child will have witnessed 8,000 murders and 100,000


Movies in the Obscure

By Claire Ala Revenge, violence, loneliness and even incest consumes characters’ souls in the second installment of Chan Wook-Park’s Vengeance Trilogy, “Oldboy.” It is impossible to watch and not feel