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Darkness Verging On Light

Thursday’s Sagittarius new moon — the last of 2012 — prepares us for Winter Solstice and the Festival Week of the New Group of World Servers. Uranus becomes stationary direct

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Study Finds Fayetteville Top Tech Spot

Staff Report Fayetteville might not be one of the first places you’d think of as a high-tech hub, but it is among the fastest-growing metro areas for high-tech jobs in


Movies in the Obscure

By Christopher Lawrence With its short bursts of slightly rude nostalgia, “A Christmas Story” just may be the perfect holiday movie. But if you see it one more time, you

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Co-op Grocer Chooses Financial Path

By Terrah Baker It’s not easy to determine what a good profit margin is for a cooperative business model, because every co-op is different, and financial circumstances change each year,


Making Ripples

By Amanda Bancroft We want to be in good standing with Mother Nature when we install floors into our earthbag home. So we chose cork flooring — the same material

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House of Blurbs

Winter Market! The Fayetteville Farmers’ Market announced the addition of a winter market at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks. Beginning Saturday and continuing through March, the market will be


Christmas Crossfire

By Rachel Birdsell The War on Christmas has revved back up and this year, it seems to be uglier than ever. I know that some of you may deny there


Nightbird Takes On All-Ages Crowd With Changes

By Terrah Baker At first glance, the outside of Nightbird Books hasn’t changed much since moving to its location on Dickson Street about six years ago. Take a closer look,

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The Son Almost Never Rises

By Amy Alkon Two years ago, after dating a wonderful lady for a year, I married her and moved in with her. The problem is her 23-year-old son. He lives


Illustrating New Life Into Christmas Story

By Terrah Baker As a Christian and an American, Bryce Napier has heard the story behind Christmas many times in his life. But one day he had some ideas of