Monthly Archives: February 2008

Feature, by Tony Macklin and Wayne Bell

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And the Oscar goes to…. Our predictions and ideas on how to spend Oscar Night Tony Macklin’s Picks In 1970 the nominees for Best Picture were really split up into movies for different audiences. The five nominees for Best Picture were “Patton,” “Airport,” “Love Story,” “Five Easy Pieces,” and “M*A*S*H.” The audience for “Airport” was…

Daddy Warbucks

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What are U gonna do with “stimulus bucks?” Daddy W. wanted to know so he hit the bricks – the streets – the shaded trails all around Fayetteville to ask those unsuspecting pedestrians this simple question: “What are you going to do with the $300 stimulus check from the government?” The answers in this very…

Highlights

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Comin’ at ya…the Dickson Street Music Festival There’s been a low level buzz for a few years, that portends that Springfest, Dickson Street’s annual one-day street festival and craft fair, just ain’t what it used to be. But, there’s something new in the works that will push the annual event up more than just a…

8 Days a Week

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SPECIAL EVENTS DANCE COALITION FUNDRAISER “SO YOU THINK YOU KNOW HOW TO DANCE?” at 6 p.m. Friday at the Clarion Inn, 1255 S. Shiloh Dr., in Fayetteville. Silent auction and pre-show reception. $10-$25. dancecoalition.com or 422-6132. FEED JUST ONE BENEFIT Friday at George’s Majestic Lounge, 519 W. Dickson St. in Fayetteville. Performances by The Whigs,…

LIVE MUSIC & CLUBS

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Thursday, Feb. 21 Arsaga’s Crossover – Jazz jam Bayou – Eric Jerardi Bordino’s – Burson Starr Trio Deja Vu – DJ Revellution George’s – Johnny Cooper, Maud Crawford, Jason Boland & The Stragglers Green Door – 1 oz. Jig Ice House – SoundChild Crew The OPO – Rachel Fields Band Pesto Cafe – Kevin Bennoch…

Highlights: Private Property

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Private Property Opens Wednesday at the University of Arkansas Fine Arts Center Gallery Ambiguous interpretations of privacy in modern life will be investigated through an artist mode using video, digital media, and sculpture in a two-person exhibit. The two-person show features the work of UA art professor Tom Hapgood and artist Bethany Springer.