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3 Penny Acre Does It Again, But Different

A band is like a relationship, said 3 Penny Acre singer and bass player Bernice Hembree.

Cover Story

Mayflower: The Sticky Truth

By Terrah Baker The first night of the oil spill on March 29, the small Arkansas town of Mayflower looked like the scene of a UFO crash, said Mayflower resident


Maxine’s Tap Room — A Reflection Of Its History

By Mason Carr After a month of renovation, Maxine’s Tap Room on Block Avenue opened its doors April 1 for a full room of eager drinkers under a new partnership


Anatomically Incorrect

By Rachel Birdsell Quick! For $1,000 in fake cash, name the first thing that pops into your head when I ask you to say a word that makes you uncomfortable.

Making Ripples

Temporary Jobs Built U.S., Value Creation May Save It

Making Ripples Creed: If I see a need, I will seek to meet it. If I have an opportunity, I will follow it. If I have a problem, I will

Advice Advice Goddess

When You Wish Upon A Sleeze Bucket

By Amy Alkon I was seeing a guy for four months — a guy I liked better than I’ve ever liked anyone. Two months in, he was calling me his


Real Live Tigers Offer Real Raw Emotion

By Terrah Baker The first time I listened to the Real Live Tigers’ newest album “Denatured,” released in March, it was a dreary, rainy day. Unknowingly, I had chosen the


Caravanserai: A Place Where Cultures Meet

Win Tickets for Caravanserai, 7:30-9:30 p.m. April 19, Walton Arts Center, Baum Walker Hall Pre-Performance Creative Conversation, Public Performance and Post-Performance Reception Tickets are $5 for students and $10-25 for

Advice Risa's Astrology

The Stars Shine & Teach, Pluto Retrogrades

Esoteric Astrology as news for week April 11-17, 2013 As the planet circle the Sun, they gradually enter into the fields of the twelve zodiacal signs. Gathering the energy of