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Spring Brights Make For Easy Mixers

By Emily Smith Warm, spring days set the perfect backdrop for pulling Crayola brights into the fashion forefront. Mixing saturated hues is easy when you anchor your outfit with black


The Harm Of Abortion Overlooked In Editorial

Dear Editor: The editorial by Donna Shade and Claudia Reynolds-LeBlanc [The New Rights War On Women, published March 7] was certainly passionate, but I never understood what their point was.


It Can Happen Here

Dear Editor: Friday afternoon, March 29, Pegasus pipeline, an Exxon Mobil pipeline carrying Canadian crude oil, ruptured and sent thousands of barrels of oil, a yet “officially” undetermined amount, into

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Invest in Arkansans, Instead

Special Editorial By Mikel C. Lolley, ED of the Treadwell Institute Last week, Gov. Mike Beebe, Grant Tennille, and a cadre of expert advisers presented the first Economic Development Superfund

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Food Freedom

By Amanda Bancroft I’m not really a vegan, so you needn’t fear a long-winded lecture on the virtues of veganism. No, I’m not even a vegetarian anymore. Or an omnivore,


The Unfineables

Through this column we feature various library materials and services. However, one service that rarely gets featured is something unique to public libraries and arguably a driving force in their


Nothing Specialist

By Rachel Birdsell I’ve been thinking about specialists a lot, lately. Specialists take a field of study, narrow it down to a particular branch, then climb out to the end

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Acclaimed L. Ron Hubbard Sci-Fi Award Goes To Fayetteville Writer

Staff Report Twelve winning writers and twelve illustrators from around the globe — including Marina Lostetter of Fayetteville — will be honored during the 29th Annual L. Ron Hubbard Achievement

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Will You Flash Mob Me?

“Although the trend toward extreme proposing is surely the love child of reality TV and social media, it has something in common with the mythic quest — an epic mission


Annual Blues Fest Grows Even Bigger

The Ozark Blues Society of Northwest Arkansas will be growing the blues festival experience with the 11th Annual Blues in the Natural State Music Festival on Friday and Saturday when two-dozen acts will perform on six stages in Fayetteville.