During this time of the year, when the days get shorter and darker and the world around us dies, I like to embrace the sun and all its energy, power and warmth. I wanted to dedicate this month’s fashion column to being thankful for the beauty of all people and our earth, sun and all…
Your boyfriend’s just lucky nobody’s suspected he’s lying about what he’s read and tried to trip him up — maybe with “It’s like Heathcliff wandering the moors searching for Cathy after she was abducted by aliens!” or “What a relief when Romeo rushed Juliet to the hospital and they pumped her stomach!”
In the early morning hours of Aug. 20, after 10 grueling hours of public comment, the Fayetteville City Council approved, 6-2, an ordinance protecting the civil rights of all persons to be free from unfair discrimination.
We are in the time and under the influence of Sagittarius, sign of the wanderer, of good food, good music, and the joy (Jupiter as ruler) that occurs from giving to other while simultaneously and from our hearts also giving thanks.
Like thousands of other people, this time of year has me following the tradition of making a “things I’m thankful for” list. Sure, it’s cliché, but it’s one that is beneficial.
There are many awesome aspects of living in Northwest Arkansas, only one of which is the existence of wild turkeys. But at this time of year, in the hearts (and stomachs) of many of our residents, turkey is the main attraction.
Throughout the past six weeks, starting in October, Fayetteville’s Parks and Recreation staff have been wrapping 400,000 light bulbs of LED holiday lights around every tree and inch of green space on the downtown Fayetteville square. In total, there are 34 miles of light strands.
This was one of Gotham’s best episodes to date, though that isn’t a big surprise. Finales always go big, lest everyone forgets about the show over the holidays.
Four Fayetteville citizens were arrested for civil disobedience Tuesday afternoon for temporarily blocking northbound traffic on College Avenue during a demonstration in solidarity with similar protests throughout the United States for the events surrounding the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
The Walking Dead has had an extraordinary first half of it’s fifth season. This show has always been really good, but this season has raised the bar to truly great television, week in and week out. Once again, I cannot wait until next week.