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Locals Organize March

Local men and women are gathering to march against the “War on Women” this Saturday in Fayetteville.

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2012 NAMAs in Photos

2012 NAMAs in Photos

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(Alternative) Dream Homes

Dan Phillips challenges concepts of beauty and the status quo by taking imperfect materials and using them to make one-of-a-kind homes.

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Fresh Faces

Two local musicians, both nominated for NAMA’s Best New Artist Award, share their stories.

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Wingman

During the month of April, Devil’s Den State Park is making a concerted effort to spread the word about a deadly disease that continues to kill bats across the country.

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Garden of Eatin'

Local farm-by-community plants seeds to counter food insecurity in the community and to teach others how to grow their own produce.

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Banding Together

Courtesy Photo: Nathan Miller, Mark Landry and Adam Cox of local string band Cletus Got Shot have a new direction and a new album.   Sitting in his living room,

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It Takes a Village

Cultural Exchange: From one spectrum to the other, how the West can benefit from the Global South and vice versa.

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Speak for the Trees

Speak for the Trees — that’s the theme of four separate events planned for this year’s Earth Day celebration in Fayetteville. The Omni Center for Peace, Justice and Ecology, along with Omni UA, the Sierra Club and other environmental activists are joining forces to bring you four informative and entertaining Earth Day events focused on an appreciation of tree

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Food Fights

A firm divide amongst the seven Ozark Natural Food board members has created a majority alliance that recently resulted in the termination of general manager and longtime employee Alysen W. Land.