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A Ticket To Ride

Biking park development on fast track STACY RYBURN The developers behind a planned mountain-biking attraction set to host a 2022 world championship say they aren’t worried about building the


Fifteen Years Later

Nora walks back in to ‘Doll’s House,’ unapologetic BECCA MARTIN-BROWN It all starts with a knock on a prominently placed door. In this stark white room, in an upper-middle


Take To The Trail

JOCELYN MURPHY Take To The Trail The crown jewel of Walton Arts Center’s Artosphere Festival returns June 14 as Trail Mix takes over downtown Fayetteville between the Community Creative



Artist Eloa Jane lets no paper go to waste BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Like her multidimensional creations, artist Eloa Jane Pereira’s life has been recycled, upcycled and reimagined. A lifelong architect

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Sea change

Art exhibit is colorfully profound lesson Jennifer Nixon Special to The Free Weekly There’s a colorful fish on the wall. It’s fun. It’s whimsical, made out of flip-flops and the

Maker Space

40 Years And Counting

Trout Fishing in America celebrates lifetime of songs BECCA MARTIN-BROWN A lot of things have changed in 40 years. Keith Grimwood and Ezra Idlet have gone from starving young

Advice Goddess

The Heart Is A Clonely Hunter and Groundhug Day

The Heart Is A Clonely Hunter I’ve heard that we’re romantically attracted to people who look like us. Is that true? I don’t think any of my boyfriends have looked

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

June 14 (Friday) Friday Morning Movie — “Treasure Planet,” 10 a.m., Fayetteville Public Library. Film Friday — “Lilo & Stitch,” 10 a.m., Springdale Public Library. Free. 750-8180. Trail Mix

Risa's Astrology

June Full Moon, Gemini Festival of Humanity & World Invocation Day

Sunday is Father’s Day. We recognize, praise and celebrate all fathers, including mothers fulfilling the role of fathers. Fathers are the masculine presence and principle in our world, radiating strength,

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Hot Summer Tunes

National Park Radio about to hit the road BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Watching Stefan Szabo during a concert last Sunday at the Fayetteville Public Library was like watching any other talented