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Carrie Dickerson, A Life Lived for the Earth

by Geoff Oelsner Sweet natured, peaceful and extraordinarily energetic Carrie Barefoot Dickerson worked until her death on her history of wind power, Harvesting the Wind. Written for children—the inheritors of

Live Music & Clubs March 29 – April 5

Thursday, March 29 Déjà Vu – Dj Revellution George’s – Mickey & the Motor Cars, Randy Rogers Green Door – Shack Rats Ice House – SoundChild Crew, DJ Mixx Tenn

ReStore thriving in Northwest Arkansas

By Melissa Terry Habitat for Humanity is more than you think. Most of us are familiar with the general concept of Habitat’s mission and program work, which is to facilitate

Legacy Archive

OPINION: Doug Thompson, Daddy Warbucks, Brian Matthews

Tomorrow, the enemy of today By Doug Thompson The hard problems of 2007 have disappeared in long-range coverage of 2008. The practical political benefits of this overshoot are enormous. Republicans
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Highlights – Particle, Juggling, Dance and ART

Particle Los Angeles based Particle are headed to George’s for their lone stop in Arkansas on Tuesday night. The band forged their signature sound playing high profile festivals like Bonnaroo,
8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week for March 29 to April 6

All events listed in 8 Days a Week are open to the public. To submit a listing, send to FFW, 203 N. College Avenue, Fayetteville, AR 72701, or fax to

On the Aisle- Film Review by Tony Macklin

Reign Over Me Reign Over Me is like spending two hours with a shrink. Self-absorbed and repetitive, it has an occasional moment of truth, and a lot of hot air.

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E Wine of the Week- Alexander Valley Cabs

By Bruce Cochran Hello Everyone, One week from now marks the 200th issue of E Wine of the Week, so if you’re in Little Rock on April 4, we’re planning
Risa's Astrology

Risa's Astrology for March 29-April 5

Aries Full Moon Festival Dear Readers, I have written an update on my present state of health and well being along with further words of gratitude to you. It can


Live, Raw and Very Emotional: Drug Court TV

By Maylon T. Rice Justice may be blind, but the Washington and Madison Drug Court has apparently found some success in its effort to discourage drug abuse with the unblinking