Author Archives: Nick Brothers

Passion Week, Eclipse, Full Moon, Aries Festival, Passover & Easter

By Risa D’Angeles |

We have entered a most important week of multiple festivals. Three Ages and religious festivals – stages for humanity’s development – are occurring simultaneously.

Fayetteville Music Legends Go Live

By Nick Brothers |
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Earl and Them is (from left to right) Terry Cagle, Earl Cate, Jason Davis and John Davies.

With a lifetime of performing live music across the world, Fayetteville greats Earl Cate and his band Them are dropping their first live album this weekend at George’s Majestic Lounge, a venue they’ve been playing since the 70s.

Master of Metaphors: Springfield Native Steve Yates To Be OPWC Featured Writer for March

By Robert Laurence |
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Steve Yates

Steve Yates knows how to write a metaphor.

Faith and Sustainability

By Amanda Bancroft |
Amanda Bancroft

More often than not, faith and sustainability go together like peanut butter and jelly.

Spring Triangle – Three Spring Festivals

By Risa D’Angeles |

The Spring signs Aries, Taurus and Gemini constitute a triangle of force that sets the template for the nine signs that follow and the template for the entire year (Spring 2015-Spring 2016) ahead.

Blues in The Natural State

By Nick Brothers |

Entering its 13th consecutive year, Blues in the Natural State will be hosting award winning blues musicians from all over the country who will be playing their hearts out in Fayetteville on April 2, and the weekend of April 10-11.

Tom Cotton and American Fascism

By Abel Tomlinson |
Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton

Tragically, many Americans unknowingly support fascism. Many prominent leaders are de facto fascists and their followers are clueless.

On “Real Women”

By Laura Finley |
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I am an unreal woman, evidently. A fake, a fraud, an alien-woman of sorts. At least that’s what I keep hearing and reading.

Fayetteville Goddess Festival Restorative, Magical

By Elizabeth Armstrong |
Photos by Elizabeth Armstrong

The Omni Center for Justice, Peace and Ecology is hosting several events this week for their annual Goddess Festival. Several decorations have been put up for the festival.

The seventh annual Celebration of the Feminine Divine reminds us all about the importance of Restoring the Balance.

I Can Haz Sheetfort Coming to Fayetteville Underground

By Nick Brothers |
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The Sheetfort Experience by Artist’s Laboratory Theatre is now a long-running experimental theater venue. Pictured here at local artist Matt Miller’s studio, the upcoming play “I Can Haz Sheetfort” will be built at the Fayetteville Underground April 3 and 4.

The Internet is a pretty ridiculous place. At least that’s what the minds behind the Artist’s Laboratory Theater think.