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Beyond Winning and Losing

Sports, politics, war — whatever. Winning is everything.

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TheatreSquared launches ‘LIGHTS UP!’ For Access

Lights Up! for Access, offering thousands of free and $5 tickets to community members who face a cost barrier to attend, thanks to a Season Sponsor commitment from the Walmart Foundation.

Making Ripples

Grand Opening of the Kessler Mountain Regional Park

Sometimes a single project can make ripples across various topics like human health, the environment, and the economy simultaneously.

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Patients For Dr. Jill Stein Part 2: Two Lesser Evils

An Iraqi man said he preferred Trump over Hillary. My first reaction was laughter, but later I wondered why?

Advice Risa's Astrology

Burning Man, Mercury Retrograde – Back to the Future

Burning Man, nine-day, intentional, temporary, desert art community, on the playas of Black Rock City (BRC), (northern) Nevada, begins Sunday, August 28 and ends Monday, Labor Day, Sept. 5th.


Election Commission Denies Campus Voting Site

Last week, the Washington County Election Commission refused a request to place an early voting polling site at the University of Arkansas campus.

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Seven Reasons to Flip the Senate

The U.S. Senate is up for grabs. Republicans hold 54 seats but 34 senate races could change that.


Q&A: Amy Helm

The daughter of one of Arkansas’s most famed drummer and singer will be making her solo debut Friday night at the Fayetteville Roots Festival.


Magazine Publisher Kody Ford Stoked For Night Bird Reading

Kody Ford goes through spurts of creativity, satisfies his need to write, and then hibernates for a while.


55 Films to Be Shown at Fayetteville Film Fest

Fayetteville can now add its name to the long list of film festival towns.