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Making Ripples

Go Nuts This Time Of Year!

Nature’s bounty literally falls from trees in autumn AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples Nature’s garden has a lot of free produce falling from the sky at this time of year, and

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A Labor Of Love

Art On The Creeks grows up into unique show and sale Professional artist, teacher and Art on the Creeks creator and coordinator Tania Knudsen says the art show has exploded

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A Visual Stunner

Traditional ‘King and I’ still richly beautiful, beautifully moving Set Me Free … Weekly JOCELYN MURPHY If you’ve somehow never seen an adaptation of “The King and I” — most

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Autumn’s Dosha (energy, rhythm)

Autumn (known as “midnight” in esoteric sciences; winter solstice is the “dawn”) is a season of transition, between summer’s golden green and winter’s bare darkness. In trees and shrubs, we

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Real News, ‘Fake’ Laughs

Journalists take to stage to spoof their world DEBBIE MILLER Special to The Free Weekly “There is nothing in the world so irresistibly contagious as laughter and good humor.” —

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Harvest Fest Celebrates Food, Farmers, Chefs

The Fayetteville Farmers’ Market’s “Harvest Fest” on Saturday promises to be a big celebration of local chefs, local food and local farmers, says FFM business coordinator Leann Halsey. “This is



Today (10/5/17) Whethan — 9 p.m., with Bearson, and Opia. George’s Majestic Lounge, Fayetteville. $15. Doug Strahan & the Good Neighbor — 8:30 p.m., Kingfish, Fayetteville. Fetts Folly — Mojo’s

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Maker Space

One Woman’s Treasure ‘Junker’ loves stories that go with odd, antique, abandoned things LARA JO HIGHTOWER Shara Stacks has had a busy week: The Junk Ranch — the giant,

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Round, Ripe And Ready

Festival recalls apple as queen of Lincoln The focus is on apples on Lincoln square this weekend, but lots of other activities will be going on as well. The square