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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

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Scorpio in a State of Reorientation

ARIES: It’s most important to find the “pause that refreshes” because there’s such an onrush of activity, ideas and ideals, wanting to travel and discovering new realities and details, important

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Revelations is Jaw Dropping

By Mike Mahardy TFW Contributing Writer Since the launch of the original “Assassin’s Creed” in 2007, Ubisoft has made the franchise one of the top-selling series of the current console

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Daddy Warbucks

Today, a Thanksgiving dinner to feed 10 folks costs more than ever — well, just a little more. The American tradition of a big family meal, however, is dying. The

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Give Till It Hertz

Give Till It Hertz For 10 years, this woman and I have had a hot-and-cold long-distance relationship, the temperature of which she has always controlled. She’s 56; I’m 46. Last


Agave Wheat

Wamp’s Wisdom Agave Wheat from Breckenridge Brewery in Colorado pours a hazy golden with a tiny white head. On the nose, bread and grass contend for consideration. After an initial


Fashion Forward Fayetteville

By Emily V. Smith OK, maybe it’s because I am a child of the ’80s and a gargantuan fanatic of the movie “Flashdance,” but I tend to stay true to

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Occupy Your Mind

For me, Occupy Wall Street began long before Sept. 17. It began in the spring months, in the afterglow of Egypt’s triumph and the dawn of Libya’s struggle. It began



THURSDAY, NOV. 24, THANKSGIVING DAY  FRIDAY, NOV. 25 The Bayou, Rogers: Japton Social Club Celtic Grill, Bentonville: Jovan Arellano Downstream Casino, Quapaw, Okla.: Joe Giles & the Homewreckers George’s Majestic

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Things to do this Week

SPECIAL EVENTS ESSA WINTERFEST FINE ARTS SHOW — Noon to 6 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at the Inn of the Ozarks in Eureka Springs. Artworks