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The Perfect Weekend- Fayetteville on 100 bucks

By Wayne Bell I recently sat down for a business dinner at the delicious Chloe. The halibut was wonderful and the risotto was some of the best I’ve ever had.

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Against the Wal

By D.R. Bartlette This week is Wal-Mart’s annual shareholders’ meeting, the largest shareholders’ meeting in the world, bringing more than 20,000 people to Fayetteville. With motivational speakers, musical performances and

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Arkansas Moving toward 'The New Economy"

By Larry Burge If academics had been a sport in the 2000 Olympics, the U.S. team would have come in close to last. For in 1999, when a half-million 12th

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First Night on Stage- A Good Fight breaks out

By Wes Putt As patrons migrate to the rim of the George’s Majestic Lounge stage, the lights dim and a well dressed black-haired 20-something sneaks up to the microphone. Clutching

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Surviving the heat-NORML members remain determined

By D.R. Bartlette Since its founding five years ago, the University of Arkansas chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws or NORML, has been working toward

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Why we're reading what we're reading

By Willam Armacost Here in the United States we are fortunate in that public libraries are pervasive. Northwest Arkansas is no exception. Three of the area’s four major cities boast

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NAMA XII Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Fred Tackett and Hall of Fame Winners Hunkr Down

Fred Tackett to be honored with Lifetime Achievement Award The 2007, NAMA XII Lifetime Achievement Award will be presented to Arkansas native Fred Tackett. Tackett splits his time between Eureka
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It's time for Garage Sale Mania!

by Brian Matthews A babysitter in Georgia recently spent a quarter at a thrift store to buy her charge a present, only to get home and find $1,300 in old

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Carrie Dickerson, A Life Lived for the Earth

by Geoff Oelsner Sweet natured, peaceful and extraordinarily energetic Carrie Barefoot Dickerson worked until her death on her history of wind power, Harvesting the Wind. Written for children—the inheritors of
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ReStore thriving in Northwest Arkansas

By Melissa Terry Habitat for Humanity is more than you think. Most of us are familiar with the general concept of Habitat’s mission and program work, which is to facilitate