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Tomorrow Is Today

The icon’s day has come and gone, and — oh, the irony — eight people were fatally shot in Chicago on his weekend. Another eight were shot during a Martin Luther King rally and celebration in Miami.


Photos from the Fayetteville Presidential Inauguration Protest

The afternoon of the inauguration of 45th President Donald Trump, a group of as many as 400 people gathered at the College Ave. and Dickson St. intersection in Fayetteville to air their grievances Friday, Jan. 20.

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January 20, 2017, A Day That Will Live in Ignominy

Donald J. Trump has been inaugurated as the 45th President of the US. If you are a xenophobic isolationist nationalist, this is such great news.


Hagar, the ultimate single mother, comes to Nightbird with poet Mohja Kahf

It will be a homecoming of sorts Tuesday evening when poet and activist Mohja Kahf takes the podium at Nightbird Books to read from her latest work, Hagar Poems.


Letter to the Editor: Some Problems With the Free Press

Thomas Jefferson said “The only security of all is in a free press.” Since then we’ve added radio, television, and Internet. But can the media speak truth to power when six mega-corporations own 90 percent of American media?


Expectedly Unexpected

Here we are, barely a week into the Trump administration, and there is already enough going on to merit an entire section of the paper, let alone a single column.

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Frost Fest Beer Festival to Host 40 Breweries

In Fayetteville, even the winters have great festivals.

Making Ripples

What Creates Wind?

Northwest Arkansas received quite a lot of wind recently, and spring will bring more in the coming months.

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Get Off My Yawn!

So, you just want the security of marriage with all the excitement of dating somebody new — which is kind of like wanting a latex hood and ball gag that are also a comfy old pair of slippers.

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Healthcare Is A Basic Human Right Not A Political Football

On May 4, 2013, I delivered the eulogy for my 33-year-old brother. I’m not sure that our political representatives understand what this feels like when they make decisions to take healthcare away from people.