Monthly Archives: April 2008

Daddy Warbucks

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Are U simulated by the IRS stimulus yet? There are lots of questions about the economic stimulus payment from George W. Bush & Co. that all us good taxpayers are supposed to get. You know, the check’s in the mail deal. Is this a federal plot to see who will take the bait. Is this…

Highlights

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NAMA XIII When you see the limos on Dickson Street next Thursday night, you’ll know that it’s NAMA time. The Northwest Arkansas Music Awards or NAMA XIII is set to roll on April 24 at the Dickson Theater. The big event that honors local musicians in a Grammy style ceremony is celebrating its 13th year….

8 Days A Week

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SPECIAL EVENTS ARTISTS RECEPTION for Fayetteville Public Schools Art Show at 5:30 p.m. today at Arsaga’s, 1582 Crossover Road in Fayetteville. arsagas.org or 527-0690. FOUNDER’S GARDEN FUNDRAISER at 4 p.m. Saturday at George’s Majestic Lounge, 519 W. Dickson St. in Fayetteville. Honoring Donna Porter, founder of the Botanical Garden Society of the Ozarks. Music by…

LIVE MUSIC & CLUBS

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Thursday, April 17 Arsaga’s Crossover – Jazz jam Bayou – Lil’ Dave Thompson Bordino’s – Outside The Lines Deja Vu – DJ Revellution Electric Cowgirl – DJ Dayside Green Door – Lori Holyfield Goodfolk – Jeff & Vida Ice House – SoundChild Crew Jammin Java – Open Jam Lou Lou’s – Mo Brothers The OPO…

FAYETTEVILLE FOR SALE?, By Wayne Bell

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Okay…first up…let me preface this by saying that this simply reflects my opinion and observations regarding an alarming trend in greater Fayetteville. It does not reflect the views of the Free Weekly. Okay…that being said, the gloves are coming off! Last summer I wrote an article for the FFW suggesting how to have a perfect…

Daddy Warbucks

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Grains now bucking record pricing trend Hold on to the shopping basket folks! If you thought the price at the pump gave you pause, just watch the old grocery bill skyrocket. Last week corn, that staple of the American heartland, jumped to a near record high of $6 a bushel. That’s right, $6 a bushel…