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Drunken Sailor Music Makes A Kick-Ass Comeback

A Fayetteville staple with endless charitable appearances and now a new EP.


It's Easy Being Green!

Editor’s Note: This special editorial didn’t fit in TFW’s “Green” Edition, but we didn’t want you to miss the great things the library has accomplished in being environmentally friendly. Enjoy!

Advice Advice Goddess

Smells Like Libertine Spirit

By Amy Alkon I got involved with my co-host on my Web show — a woman in an “open relationship” with her live-in boyfriend of two years. Things were light

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Ride To Success: Challenge Yourself To A Healthy, Biking Lifestyle

By Terrah Baker Riding your bicycle on a sunny Saturday on Fayetteville’s multi-use trail system is one thing; making the commitment to a healthier lifestyle through using a bicycle as

Making Ripples

April Showers Bring May Aquaponics

By Amanda Bancroft Recycling water with fish and plants is pretty splashtastic; but is it feasible? There are some downsides, but practically speaking, sustainable water filtration systems are doable and

Advice Risa's Astrology

Solar Eclipse — Something Essential Disappears

Esoteric Astrology as news for week May 9-15, 2013 Thursday is a Taurus new moon solar eclipse. Eclipses tell us something has come to an end, having reached its completion.

Legacy Archive

Food Security In Sustainable Communities

Special Editorial By Jan Spencer Fayetteville has the potential to become a state and regional model for moving towards local food security — a condition where food produced in town


Snake Oil: Corexit Causes Disaster In Gulf

By Rachel Birdsell It’s been three years since the BP oil spill. Three years since we were all glued to the news waiting for the word that the leak had

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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

Making Ripples

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