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Freedom of Expression

In her office, Director of Fayetteville Public Access Television Anne Shelley reads from a poster: “The purpose of Public Access Television in Fayetteville is to provide training for residents of


House-Infused Liquors

A Far Cry from the Ozarks’ Moonshine Past BY Erin Robertson TFW Contributing Writer   Five days out of seven, Amber Hurlbut is an accountant. She gets up, goes to

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The End of the Underground

Saying Goodbye to the Fayetteville Underground By Blair Jackson This Thursday marks the beginning of the end of the Fayetteville Underground. Kicking of its last month as an organization at

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Save the Planet. Save the Humans.

By Blair Jackson Editor With political unrest sweeping the nation, America’s political climate is ripe for fresh ideas to rise to the forefront of public opinion. The questions: Can new


South by Southwest Style

The Southwest Look is Back!   Yes, folks, the southwestern aesthetic is back in a big way this winter. Call it what you will, the desert motifs and blanket-esque designs

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One Night With the Queen

By Blair Jackson It is 4 p.m. at Tangerine, in the middle of registration for the Miss Gay Northwest Arkansas pageant, and I am (technically) the only girl in the

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Local Flavor

By Blair Jackson For some Fayetteville kitchens, using local produce is a top priority. Those who put seasonal fruits and vegetables on the table say they are also serving up

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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


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.

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The People Behind the Protest

By Blair Jackson Editor Occupy Wall Street began almost a month ago, when a few hundred protesters declared an occupation of Zuccotti Park in New York City. Critics scoffed at