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Festivals Celebrate Art, Beer And Fayetteville Tradition

Staff Report Springfest has been a tradition in Fayetteville since the early 1980s, explained Doug Allen, the owner of Jose’s. He was part of a group that decided the few

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Clueless in the Kitchen

“Brad Volz is an avid reader, photographer, and writer living sustainably by shopping locally and bringing his own bags to the Farmers’ Market. He also grows a backyard garden, among

Advice Risa's Astrology

Out of the Darkness and Into the Light

Thursday’s Aquarius Moon with Taurus Sun helps us see practically into the future with ideas that build the new culture and civilization based upon the needs of humanity. We realize


Artistry of the Guitar at the Pickin Post

Artistry of the Guitar is a feast not only for guitar lovers…

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Labove Takes Comedic Perspective

Staff Report Sometimes the funniest things can come out of life’s hardest times. Or at least when you have the mind of comedian Carl LaBove who has spent his career

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Cinco De Mayo Funds Scholarships

By Terrah Baker Many of the students who have received a portion of the the $136,000 in education scholarships awarded by the Hispanic Women’s Organization of Arkansas are first generation


Goodwill Hunting: Spring Showers

By Emily Smith April’s showers have brought the sweet sunshine, pinking cheeks all over town, and once again spring is in full bloom. Shorter hemlines, fewer layers and many more


Open Letter to Rep. Bell: Don't Visit Boston

Arkansas Republican Rep. Nate Bell on Friday morning posted on Twitter: “I wonder how many Boston liberals spent the night cowering in their homes wishing they had an AR-15 with


Join Battle Against Fossil Fuels

By Luke Simons Head over to the Fayetteville Public Library this Sunday for a great opportunity to find out where the frontlines are in battles to bring the fossil fuels