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OMNI Seeks World Peace With New Strategies

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By Terrah Baker What does the OMNI Center for Peace, Justice and Ecology headquartered in Fayetteville actually do? Organizers say they’ve heard this question many times. Maybe it’s hard to understand because in a world where everything has it’s place and every organization has a specific mission, OMNI’s is broad, and encompasses an all-human-inclusive world…

Aquarius — Waters of Life Poured Forth For Thirsty Humanity

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By Risa D’Angeles The Sun is in Aquarius. The new Age is the Age of Aquarius. Humanity is Aquarius. The New Group of World Servers, at the threshold of each morning, stands together calling humanity’s Soul forth. Aquarius, the Water Bearer, “waters of life poured forth for thirsty humanity,” expresses the Soul of Humanity. The…

Win Tickets To See International Jazz Sensation

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Dr Lonnie Smith Trio

Special to the Free Weekly Dr. Lonnie Smith is a musician, composer, performer and recording artist. An authentic master of organ trio dynamics (especially on his Hammond B-3 organ), Dr. Smith’s performances are well known for slipping between funky soul-jazz and gentle balladry, with all kinds of musical byways in between. After more than five…

Two Guys Telling Jokes

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By Robert Laurence Did you hear the one about the two comedians who walked into a bookstore? The January meeting of the Ozarks Poets and Writers Collective, 7 p.m., Jan. 28, at Nightbird Books on Dickson Street in Fayetteville, will introduce as Featured Performers two local comedians, Steve Holst and Taylor Henschell. There is no…