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Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks

Dr. Dog Discusses New, Old Studio Sessions By Blair Jackson Dr. Dog is a Philadelphia-based psychadelic rock band featuring mixed acoustics, a bitchin’ rhythm piano, strong vocals and sweet, sweet

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Passages May Pass On

By DeLani Bartlette Contributing Writer After 25 years, an important center of Fayetteville’s alternative community may be closing its doors. Passages Center for Harmony at 930 N. College Ave. was


Was it Left to Die?

I cannot believe the Fayetteville Underground is dissolving. Let me rephrase that, I can’t believe the board decided to dissolve the nonprofit organization when the artists were ready and willing


Underground Has New Directions

PRESS RELEASE FROM THE ARTISTS AT THE FAYETTEVILLE UNDERGROUND Fayetteville, Ar. — The artists and the board of the Fayetteville Underground gathered last week in the Vault Gallery, for a


Brother-Sister Act

See this band LIVE at George’s Majestic Lounge on Friday, October 28. By Mihke Chanay TFW Contributing Writer The Dex Romweber Duo is one of the greatest bands that you

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Welcome to Ugly Town

Editor’s Note: These buildings have been called many names — abandoned and dilapidated, eyesores and blight — but what it boils down to is that they’re just plain ugly. There


Online and In Love – With Music

By Blair Jackson Pandora <3 Laid-Back Listener Rock steady. Lean back. All you need to navigate Pandora is a click of the mouse and a few favorite bands, which is


Bluegrass Festival Offers More than Music

By Clay Payne Bluegrass fans descended on the Ozarks of Arkansas at Mulberry Mountain last week for four days of ideal camping weather, southern string music and wholesome family fun.


Will it be Saved?

On July 14, the Fayetteville Underground announced that it was moving to a new location. The exact location was undetermined, but rumored to be a location on the square. After



Not So Comical By Blair Jackson Editor Maybe it’s the recent reboot of The Justice League comics. Maybe it’s the Occupy Wall Street movement. Maybe it’s the death of Steve