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Paradise Lost

By Blair Jackson TFW Editor Jack and Mary White live in a modest house in Hartford, a small community of about 650. An herb garden flanks the east of the

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Movement Regains Momentum

By Blair Jackson Two months ago, the Fayetteville faction of Occupy Wall Street disbanded from their camp on the town square, but the group found new momentum in the national,

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Blackout Kills Bills

By Blair Jackson TFW Editor Last week, 115,00 websites went offline in a self-inflicted 24-hour blackout in protest of two pieces of U.S. legislation concerning online content piracy. As a

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The End of the Underground

Saying Goodbye to the Fayetteville Underground By Blair Jackson This Thursday marks the beginning of the end of the Fayetteville Underground. Kicking of its last month as an organization at

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A Look at the Revolution

“When there’s nothing left to burn, you’ve got to set yourself on fire.” — Chuck Palahniuk By Blair Jackson In December 2010, a Tunisian street vendor named Mohamed Bouazizi was

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Local Flavor

By Blair Jackson For some Fayetteville kitchens, using local produce is a top priority. Those who put seasonal fruits and vegetables on the table say they are also serving up

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Living on Scrap

By Zan Jarvis TFW Contributing Writer As the economy gets trickier, people start looking for new ways to earn a buck or two. The folks at Vaughn Metal Recycling on

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The Kruth Talks

Cosmo Hotel Changes Owners Fayetteville Cosmopolitan Hotel is set to transfer ownership mid-September. The new owners, Dawn Properties and Bedrock Commercial Partners project a complete renovation of the building and

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Sona Singer Auditions

Symphony of Northwest Arkansas (SoNA) announces the formation of the SoNA Singers, an auditioned group of the region’s best choral singers.

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Rick Gets Rolled To WAC

Because of the extreme, badass, awful tortuous heat, the Rick Springfield concert has been moved from the Arkansas Music Pavilion to the Walton Arts Center.