Monthly Archives: August 2013

Burning Man to Humanity – “Welcome Home”

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Thursday evening the Sun enters the disciplined Virgo, sign of gestating new states of consciousness. And always in time for Burning Man (Monday, the 26th to Sept. 2), the radical arts community/temporary metropolis, in the playas of Nevada’s Black Rock Desert. Burning Man, with its ethos (spirit) of freedom and culture organically begun in 1986…

Breaking Grad

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Behind Stacks

As the appointed library representative to the social committee, I extend Fayetteville Public’s cordial welcome to incoming students. You have a lot to learn your first weeks of college, but don’t forget that your public library can help. Top Ten reasons to get an FPL library card 10. Three magic words: Free parking garage. 9….

Barn Yesterday

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Advice Goddess

By Amy Alkon For two summers, I’ve traveled to work on a small organic farm. There, this woman and I had this amazing romance, including lovemaking during summer thunderstorms and dancing naked in the fields! It was all very romantic, and this spring, I moved across the country to live with her. I soon discovered…

Lightbulb Club Offers Chill Environment, Local Music

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  By Roger Barrett If you’re looking for a nighttime hang-out spot to get a drink, meet a friend, see live music, then seek out The Lightbulb Club. The Lightbulb Club has been a Fayetteville home for Arkansas’ experimental, punk, indie and underground bands and artists for decades and counting. It’s the venue you’re most…