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Standing With Family Farmers and Ranchers

Almost one year ago, on June 22, 2010, Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack unveiled USDA’s new rule, which will reform livestock markets and restore some competition among meatpackers and poultry processors.

In The News Music

Benefit for Alabama Victims

Benefit for tornado victims in Alabama beginning at 5 p.m. at the Lit Lounge in Fayetteville. Live music by Keith Nicholson, The Great Scotts, The Odds and 4 Man Trio and more events.


No Excuse For Violence Against Transgendered

Over The Rainbow: May 12 Marcal Camero Tye was killed in the early morning hours of March 8 by a single gunshot to the head and from blunt force trauma


Letting Go On The Journey

We talked about road trip movies: “Easy Rider,” “Thelma and Louise,” “Badlands,” “Oh Brother, Where Art Thou,” “Sideways,” others. In all of these stories there is a sense of freedom that can only come from being in a car (or on a bike), speeding down a highway, passing fields and towns … maybe having run-ins with the law.


Pinot Blanc, The Other White Grape

Want to try something that tastes like a really expensive Chardonnay but is only $11? If yes, continue. If no, feel free to lick the cork of a $50 bottle of Cakebread while you stitch together a suit made out of money.


3 Movies Crammed In One Dress

A good comedy is like a speedboat, it is quick, nimble and a whole lot of fun. The new movie “Bridesmaids” is more like an oil tanker as it chugs along barely able to maneuver under its tremendous mass.


Live Music: May 12

Live music and more in Fayetteville & NWA

8 Days a Week

8 Days: May 12

THE PERENNIAL PLATE — with Daniel Klein preparing fresh, local shiitake mushrooms, 5 p.m. May 13, Ozark Natural Foods deli cafe, Fayetteville. Live music with The Old ’78s from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m.


National Guard Says 'Thank You'

From SFC Clyde Osterhout: I thought I would take the time to thank the good citizens and businesses of Northwest Arkansas for your unwavering support of our military.

Family Friendly

That Fat Research Is Fly

The University of Arkansas Newswire reported researchers have discovered a connection between fat metabolism in humans and fruit flies.