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Where Dreams Come True

A Look at the Real-Life Magic Behind Terra Studios By Blair Jackson Nestled in the Ozark Mountains, 20 minutes from the Fayetteville city limits, is Terra Studios. Here, winter is

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Ozark Mountain Mardi Gras

Fat Tuesday 2011, Dickson Street, Fayetteville — A man with a bushy gray beard wears a shirt that has been tie-dyed in bright, rainbow colors. His pants, which are tucked

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Heavy Metal

Heavy Metal By Mihke Chanay When it comes to music I like a little diversity. Being a relative newcomer to northwest Arkansas, the only local music I’ve been exposed to

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A Love Story

By Blair Jackson At his home in Elkins, Cody Renegar describes plans for his wedding. “Here’s where the chairs will be,” he says, gesturing to a grassy area between the

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Fracking: What's at Stake?

By Joanna Pollock TFW Contributing Writer Fracking, a type of hydraulic fracturing, is actually a shortened term for the drilling extraction process known by the oil and gas industry as

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Geek Warriors

By Blair Jackson TFW Editor Every Sunday at high noon, wizards, barbarians and warriors arrive at Charles Finger Park in Fayetteville. They carry swords, war hammers, axes, arrows and daggers

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DAVID KIMBROUGH: BORN TO PLAY THE BLUES

By Blair Jackson TFW Editor I can hear the muffled thumping of a bass line coming from inside the house. I knock on the door, but no one answers. A

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All Decked Out

A Look at the Pros and Cons of the Proposed Parking Deck in Fayetteville By Blair Jackson This time next year, construction of a parking deck is scheduled to begin

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The Giving Season

A Charity Wish List Compiled by Rachel Birdsell TFW Contributing Writer If you’re like me, there are a lot of people on your holiday list who are difficult to buy

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Freedom of Expression

In her office, Director of Fayetteville Public Access Television Anne Shelley reads from a poster: “The purpose of Public Access Television in Fayetteville is to provide training for residents of