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Like Mother Like Daughter: Audrey LeBert to Read as Featured Writer for Ozarks Poets and Writers Collective

Twenty-four-year-old Audrey LeBert is a poet. Her daughter Alyssa, who is 3, is “Way cooler than I am and makes better poetry than any of mine.”


Q&A: Diarrhea Planet

A super-fun, super-talented band is coming to town. Yes, their name is actually Diarrhea Planet, and there’s four guitarists in the band.

Making Ripples

Goat Your Yard

If you’re extremely allergic to poison ivy but love gardening and landscaping, perhaps you should consider “goatscaping,” a term coined by the Enrichmond Foundation of Richmond, Va.

Legacy Archive

WL: Protect Fayetteville Rallies, Excludes Select Attendees

Last week, Protect Fayetteville — a group against the proposed Civil Rights Protection Act, ordinance 5781 — held a “public” rally at University Baptist Church.

Cover Story

Vintage Music Shop Keeps Roots Music Thriving

Walking into May Bell Music on Block Street feels like stepping into an Ozark music store from the early mid 20th century.


Toward A World Free From Nuclear Fear

On August 9th, 1945, the United States dropped the nuclear bomb Fat Man on the city of Nagasaki, Japan. Together with the previous nuclear bombing of Hiroshima, 340,000 civilians were killed, according to Tufts professor Tadatoshi Akiba.


7 (Or So) Things Freshman Should Know

Hello to all the incoming freshmen! Welcome to one of the best towns in the United States! It probably sounds like I’m overselling it a bit, and maybe I am, but I love this town.