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Future Of Art Lies In Functionality

By Terrah Baker Artist Stacy Levy thinks the next wave in art is functionality; or in her case while in Fayetteville for Walton Arts Center’s Artosphere, working with nature and


Home-Grown Authors

By Kathy Stevens Living in the Ozarks we are blessed with many talented people, from musicians to authors to photographers. Here, at the Fayetteville Library, we want to salute our

Advice Advice Goddess

Tail From The Crypt

By Amy Alkon I’ve been with my boyfriend for two years. I do have trust issues, having been cheated on in past relationships. My boyfriend’s best friend of six years,

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So Sleep (Pralaya) Does Not Overtake Us

Esoteric Astrology as news for week May 16-22, 2013 Sunday is Pentecost, a festival of the Holy Spirit (Ray 3 of Divine Intelligence). Pentecost is the name given to the

Making Ripples

The Wonderful World of Worms

People Making Ripples: Quinn Montana, author of Worship Your Food, loves red wigglers. She recently held an inter-generational workshop, pictured here, as part of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Fayetteville’s

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HOUSE OF BLURBS: Clean Up West Fork

Staff Report Help pick up trash on the river and keep NWA’s drinking water clean at the Eighth Annual West Fork Watershed Cleanup from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday

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3rd Annual Block Street Block Party

Where: Block Avenue in Downtown Fayetteville (from Dickson Street to Mountain Street and all the in-between nooks and crannies) When: 11 a.m. until dark, Sun., May 19 Why: Celebrate the


A Political Affair

By Rachel Birdsell South Carolina Republican Mark Sanford, not to be confused with Fred Sanford, defeated Democrat Elizabeth Colbert Busch in a special election to determine who would fill a