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Using Art To Reinvent Alternative Print Media

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Free Weekly Staff Around the world, and right here in our own backyard, print media is reinventing itself — with the help of dedicated staff and community. These writers, photographers, freelancers, concert goers, food critics, free speakers, readers, know it’s important for the local media to stay alive, and gain back some of the strength…

Premiums High For Middle Class Americans Hoping Dust Will Soon Settle

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By Terrah Baker“This is like Christmas,” one attendee of an informational meeting on the Affordable Health Care Act held at Fayetteville Public Library said. “I can’t believe this is real.”This Fayetteville resident had struggled for more than six years to find affordable health insurance due to a pre-existing condition and being laid off from her…

Fur And Leather Always Wears Better

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Chilly Weather Layering Made Easy With Classic, Favorite Materials This fall and winter season, as always, layering is practical and looks very stylish. My personal style preference is “simplicity is always the best concept!” That’s why this chilly season I’ve chosen to put my focus on fur and leather. These fantastic sturdy materials are definitely…

What Will It Take To Turn Fayetteville Into A Sustainable Food City By 2030?

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A Research Team From The UofA Show How, And Why It’s Important By Terrah Baker There’s a lot of talk about food security these days. With new research showing even the wealthiest communities like NWA contain high amounts of child food insecurity, and even more that show the lack of nutrient-rich foods across the nation,…