Monthly Archives: May 2013

Women Take Flight At Underground

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Glory's Flightby Alicia HicksColumbus, GA

Staff Report The Fayetteville Underground is holding a National Juried Art Exhibition themed “Women Take Flight” in the month of June. Artists from across the nation submitted work for consideration by our exhibition juror, Fran Otten. The accepted work comes from artists in eleven different states, as far away as California and New York, in…

Goin’ Off The Rails

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By Rachel Birdsell I don’t know if it’s the warmer weather or if the planets are aligned just so, but there seems to be a lot of crazy happening right now. On the heels of Benghazi finally being put to rest, we were faced with The Dastardly Umbrella Scandal of 2013. The scandal issued forth…

60 Days Out: How Is Mayflower?

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Staff Report Faulkner County Citizens Advisory Group (FCCAG), whose mission is to promote community health and all-hazard preparedness, is hosting a second interactive Town Hall event to discuss the on-going oil disaster in Mayflower. This date marks the 60-day anniversary of the Pegasus pipeline rupture, May 29. Representatives from Exxon, state and local officials, environmental…

Dig the Beat

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05.30 Behind the Stacks2

When you think about libraries, you naturally think about books. If you drop by the Fayetteville Public Library this summer, you will quickly find that books are just the beginning. Sat., June 1 marks the kickoff celebration for FPL’s annual reading programs — for children, teens and adults. Most folks are familiar with youth reading…