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The Paper Hearts Legacy Continues

You couldn’t have been alive in Fayetteville in the early 2000s without bearing witness to The Paper Hearts.

Advice Risa's Astrology

Freedom: So Humanity’s Light Isn’t Dimmed

Esoteric Astrology as news for week January 17-23, 2013 Friday night/Saturday morning both Mercury and the Sun enter Aquarius, in time for the Presidential Inauguration (in Aquarius). President Barack Obama’s


Woodwork Of The Alien Reef

Staff Report Johnny Adkins of Fayetteville has heard many times that he should have an art show. “And for various reasons, the time has arrived,” he said. Walking up to

Commentary In The News

Free Tibet NOW!

By Claire Ala Political, social and religious Freedom is not something everyone is lucky enough to have. China encroaches on the Nation of Tibet and its peoples’ culture. Innocent people


Earning Money from Sustainable Living

By Amanda Bancroft Do you recycle? Good. Do you ride a bike when possible? Great. But have you considered earning money from your good habits? For my friend Ashley Trull,

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Harnessing SpareTime For Social Good

“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: ‘What are you doing for others?’” — Martin Luther King, Jr. By Terrah Baker “You guys are actually part of something big that’s

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A Unique Boutique

By Claire Ala Looking for that one-of-a-kind item to add to your wardrobe? Look no further than Grey Dog, a vintage boutique, to find something extraordinary. Grey Dog has provided


Aw, Shoot!

By Rachel Birdsell As sick as I am that it’s taken too many killings to convince our government something has to be done about gun control, I am happy there

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House of Blurbs

Staff Report Winds of Change The Flat Ridge 2 Wind Farm located in Kansas has begun full commercial operation, providing Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corporation (AECC) with 51 megawatts of potential


Big People And Names For Winter Comedy

Staff Report UARK Bowl is starting their 2013 winter comedy season strong by showcasing well-known, brutally honest, Arkansas native Ralphie May. May will perform to a sold-out audience on Jan.