Monthly Archives: November 2011

11.17-11.24

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TODAY George’s Majestic Lounge, Fayetteville: Randy Rogers Band JJ’s Grill, Fayetteville: Darren Ray JJ’s Grill, Rogers: TJ Scarlett Mojo’s Pints and Pies, Fayetteville: Two & 1/3 Men Pesto Cafe, Fayetteville: Sarah Hughes Rowdy Beaver, Eureka Springs: Karaoke with Tiny Smoke & Barrel Tavern: Many Mansions   FRIDAY Arsaga’s Crossover, Fayetteville: Waoka The Bayou, Rogers: The…

Gabrielle Idlet

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By Ginny Massulo Contributing Writer When Gabrielle Idlet steps up to the Ozark Poets and Writers’ mic at Nightbird Books at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 29, she’ll read from her wild yet accessible prose. Idlet teaches at Northwest Arkansas Community College and has been an adjunct professor at Yeshiva University and the Polytechnic Institute…

Is Occupy Wall Street a Socialist Movement?

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In a Bill O’Reilly segment, the commentator accused Occupy Wall Street of opposing capitalism, citing the outrage protesters have expressed over “distribution of wealth.” “Wealth is not distributed in America. You either earn it, steal it, inherit it. Or win the lottery. There’s no distribution. Many Americans simply don’t understand what’s at stake here. The…

Horoscopes

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ARIES: Your natural passionate love has experienced a few setbacks or separations, or a coldness has come over your relationships, which is best thought of as introducing practicality in relationships. Allow certainty to guide you so impulsiveness doesn’t prevail. TAURUS: It’s important to have physical closeness at this time with someone, even a special pet….

Old 78′s New Album is a Hit

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By Tim Newman Contributing Writer The most recent album by The Old 78’s, “The Women Wear No Clothes At All,” is as lively as it is old-timey. With a vast array of banjos, including a cello banjo and a banjo mandolin, some ragtime fiddlin’ and the occasional baritone saxophone or clarinet, this album is an…

Daddy Warbucks

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Well, gentle readers, the Bank of Fayetteville, long rumored to be selling to First National Bank of Fort Smith, may, and I repeat may not be selling. Insiders tell Daddy something went awry with regulators when all the debts of First National Bank of Rogers got thrown in the mix. (Being in the day-to-day banking…