Author Archives: Teresa Hufford

Public Art Project Beautifies Dickson Street Corners

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If you’ve been on Dickson Street lately, you may have seen some of the graffiti on the traffic boxes at each intersection.

Congress Needs to Revise the Renewable Fuel Standard

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Officials at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency are now poring over more than 15,000 officially submitted public comments about the level of ethanol and other biofuels to be used in the nation’s liquid fuel supply.

Community Members Plan Benefit for House Fire Victim

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There will be a benefit for Liz Cantwell Sunday, June 8 at George’s Majestic Lounge, to help get her back on her feet after losing nearly everything in a house fire.

In the fire, Cantwell lost all of her artwork, her beloved dog, Joy, and her cat, Love, as well as all of her belongings.

Why War Is Not Inevitable

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If war were inevitable, there would be little point in trying to end it.

Fayetteville “Jamgrass” Band to Play Wakarusa

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Foley’s Van is: (from left to right) Chris “Crowfoot” Crovella (banjo, vocals), Brandon King (fiddle), Allen Swearingen (mandolin, vocals), Patrick “From Oklahoma” Calahan (bass) and Chris “Lyrical Gangster” Jerry (guitar, harmonica, kick drum, vocals).

Backstage during the Waka Winter Classic at George’s Majestic Lounge on Jan. 16, there wasn’t any beer to drink for the bands who were competing.

Toadily Awesome Amphibians

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If the only frog in your life is named Kermit, then you’re in for a treat!

TV: A Growing Fascination in Humanity’s Darker Aspects

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When I read about FX’s show Fargo, I had pretty much the same reaction the rest of the internet had — this is ridiculous.

Fayetteville Visitors Bureau Expands Fayetteville Ale Trail

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Several local breweries are part of the Fayetteville Ale Trail. The program is an attempt to make NWA a beer tourism destination. Patrons take their “passport” to the breweries for a stamp.

The Fayetteville Visitors Bureau has expanded the Fayetteville Ale Trail to include a partner brewery, Rogers-based Ozark Beer Company.

Mercury Retrograde & Gemini Festival Preparations

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The New Group of World Servers is preparing for the Gemini Solar Festival.

Are We Having Fund Yet?

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We all dream of finding that special someone to pay the cable bill.