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Hooray For Dickson Street, By Carla R Herrera

Dickson Street is literally springing to life this year with four major events, the 13th annual Northwest Arkansas Music Awards (NAMA), the 26th annual SpringFest, the Locally Unique art fair

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Postcard from LA, by Maylon T. Rice

Postcard from LA Sarah Colonna, Farmington native, UA grad, stays busy in West Coast showbiz, comedy clubs By Maylon T. Rice

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Green…But Not Green Enough, By D.R. Bartlette

After opening in October of 2004, the Fayetteville Public Library has been a source of pride for most Fayetteville residents. The year after it opened, it won Library Journal’s Library

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Arkansas Literati, By Carla R. Herrera

The Natural State appears to be coming of age in literary fashion with internationally known authors descending upon the state during National Poetry Month in April. Beginning with the Arkansas

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Defining Generation Y

By Carla R. Herrera The new Internet Generation a far cry from boomers, who are now acting as helicopter parents iPods, cell phones and the internet define much of the

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The ‘5 Years Too Many’ March, by Greg Moore

Fayetteville event to support dissenting soldiers, call for end to war On March 8, as the fifth anniversary of the Iraq war approaches, Fayetteville residents will gather to support “Winter

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Feature, by Tony Macklin and Wayne Bell

And the Oscar goes to…. Our predictions and ideas on how to spend Oscar Night Tony Macklin’s Picks In 1970 the nominees for Best Picture were really split up into

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Valentine’s Day your way How to have a great day even if you’re single By Wayne Bell No sooner than Target and Walgreens were taking down the Christmas decorations, they

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It's Mardi Gras, ya'll

Okay it’s Mardi Gras. But what exactly is Mardi Gras? Mardi Gras translates from the French as Fat Tuesday. Why Fat Tuesday? The Lenten season, or the Easter season, always

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The Rock 'N Roll Pioneers of Northwest Arkanas

By Bill Wright While rock and roll across America was giving attention to Elvis, The Beatles and the sounds of Motown, Northwest Arkansas was celebrating its own brand of rock