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Weirding Bells Are Ringing

By Amy Alkon I am a bridesmaid in a wedding in four months and haven’t been able to think of a guy to be my date. I recently met a


Win Tickets To See International Jazz Sensation

Special to the Free Weekly Dr. Lonnie Smith is a musician, composer, performer and recording artist. An authentic master of organ trio dynamics (especially on his Hammond B-3 organ), Dr.


Two Guys Telling Jokes

By Robert Laurence Did you hear the one about the two comedians who walked into a bookstore? The January meeting of the Ozarks Poets and Writers Collective, 7 p.m., Jan.

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Water Spirits & White Magic — the Magical Work of the Soul

By Risa D’Angeles “The water spirit said the waters of the world are so poisoned (due to human contamination) that the water spirits’ (they protect the waters) life-force is weakening,


Seeing it through the Artist’s Eyes

By Frankc Berlanga-Medina Recently I sat down with local artist Rachel Rodriguez. A graduate of art school with a B.A. in Fine Arts, Rachel has been working on building the


The Other Side of the Door

By Rachel Birdsell “If more of us could look past the belief or non-belief to see the person standing on the other side, and see all of the things we

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Acoustic Body Sculpting Hits U.S., NWA

By Terrah Baker Acoustic Body Sculpting technology is one of those things Europe saw first. Then Harrison resident and ultrasound technician Larry Horton caught a glimpse and decided Arkansas needed

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Yoga Deza Seeks To Expand Yoga Community

By Terrah Baker This is the first in a series of articles featuring the newest yoga studios in Fayetteville, each with their own character, background and emphasis on the age-old

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Is Low Minimum Wage A Necessary Evil?

In 1938, President Franklin Roosevelt first introduced a federal minimum wage — 25 cents per hour. Today, the minimum wage is $7.25 an hour. According to the Bureau of Labor

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Ice is Nice

By Amanda Bancroft If your recent winter interactions with ice have been altogether negative, I empathize. It’s abundantly clear to most of us why ice storms, slick roads and slippery