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Today Will Brand — 7 p.m., After 5 Bar, Rogers. Open Fields — 7:30 p.m., Dickson Street Pub, Fayetteville. Opal Agafia and the Sweet Nothings — 9 p.m., with Foleys


‘A Fresh Heart And A Clean Slate’

Record Company making the most of hard-won success JOCELYN MURPHY Since the release of their debut album in February of 2016, one might look at the meteoric rise of


‘The Perfect Show’

T2’s ‘Fun Home’ delivers drama and joy LARA JO HIGHTOWER Amy Herzberg, TheatreSquared co-founder and “Fun Home” director, knows the exact moment she decided that the exuberant musical —

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Gone To The Dogs

Slip-n-slide supports canine cause Taking a trip down a 1,000-foot slip-n-slide on Dickson Street this Sunday could help a veteran suffering from PTSD get the furry, four-legged companion he needs

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Saturn: Teacher, Guardian, Time-Keeper – Risa's Horoscopes

All the planets at one time or another turn retrograde creating an inward-focused time. At present, Mercury, Saturn, Uranus, Pluto, Juno and Chiron are retrograde. During retrograde times we confront

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Where Are They Now?

Arkansas roots lift Gorhams to Oklahoma Hall of Fame Ever wonder where someone is now? So did we. A new feature — titled “Where Are They Now?” — will reconnect

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Today (8-24) Clint Scrivner — After 5 Bar, Rogers. Kassi Moe — Dickson Street Pub, Fayetteville. Rick Atha — Foghorn’s on Green Acres, Fayetteville. Tom Bryant — Foghorn’s on W.

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Going Off The Grid – Making Ripples

Consider every option before choosing what fits   There are many ways to technically go “off-grid,” including complete social isolation, avoidance of banks, separation from our smartphones, refusal to use

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Couch-Hard Abs – Advice Goddess

Wife wants husband to sweat for her My husband has a great body, but since we got married two years ago, he has completely stopped working out. One reason I

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‘Lettuce’ Fill Your Senses

For seven years, organizers of the Fayetteville Roots Festival have adeptly demonstrated how a successful festival can come together with equal parts music, food and free community programming. Each pillar