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Lenten Rituals In Mercury Retrograde

Esoteric Astrology as news for week February 21-27, 2013 Saturday Mercury turns stationary retrograde (20 degrees Pisces). Mercury remains retrograde until March 17. Sunday is the festival of Purim (deliverance

Fashion Features

BonnerBell Brings New View On Shop Local

“He wants people to realize the importance of buying locally because he believes knowing what you wear, and where it came from is just as important as being conscious of


Defining Rock Musical Hits Fayetteville

By Anna VanHorn A celebration of life, a love letter to freedom and a passionate cry for hope and change, “Hair” features some of the greatest songs ever written for


Ex Benedict

By Rachel Birdsell Glory hallelujah, praise be and a multitude of other worshipful interjections! We’ve had a miracle. According to some people, who I’m sure are experts in their fields,


A Ford-Herzberg Production

By Robert Laurence In 1989, Amy Herzberg came to Fayetteville thinking she wouldn’t unpack her bags; her stay would be so short. Today, she’s the Head of Performance, and Director


Adding Color In Grey Winter Of NWA

By Terrah Baker Michele Marshal decided to add color where there was none, along Fayetteville trails and for nothing more than to brighten up the place, she said. “I tell

Advice Advice Goddess

Hawaii Five-No

Ten years ago, my friend and I met our husbands on the same night (they were friends who challenged us to a game of pool), and we both got married


Journey To The World Of ‘Eve of the Ozarks’

“Eve takes place during the 1820s in Newton County — a place uninhabitable to most civilized people. The Osage population had already been run out, and only the occasional French

Family Friendly

Dig In! To Local Food Festival

Arizona, Urban Farmer Shares Water Catchment Secrets Staff Report Dig In! Food and Farming Festival returns to celebrate local food, farms and gardens with films, classes, an information and vendor


Gaining Perspective of U.S. Enemies

Dear Editor: During the Vietnam War, I was a professor in UAF’s English Department. Even as the years of the war mounted (two years, eight years, 10 years!) the university