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ReStore thriving in Northwest Arkansas

By Melissa Terry Habitat for Humanity is more than you think. Most of us are familiar with the general concept of Habitat’s mission and program work, which is to facilitate

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Live, Raw and Very Emotional: Drug Court TV

By Maylon T. Rice Justice may be blind, but the Washington and Madison Drug Court has apparently found some success in its effort to discourage drug abuse with the unblinking

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NAMA XII- Announcing the Nominees

The Northwest Arkansas Music Awards, the event that honors all Northwest Arkansas musicians and gives music fans the opportunity to select their favorites, will be at 8 p.m. Thursday, April

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UA Opera to present English language version of Hansel and Gretel

By William Aramacost Though perhaps not the first thought that comes to mind when considering the local arts scene, enthusiasts should be pleased to know that opera has a steady

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Who's it gonna be? Tony Macklin places his bets on the Oscars

What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas — unless it’s betting on the Oscars. Then you have to go abroad. Boy, do I wish I was in Curacao, Netherlands Antilles.

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Farm to School

By Angela Albright For most people the phrase “school lunch” conjures up images of rubbery hamburgers, chicken nuggets processed beyond recognition, and soggy gray vegetables. A new movement, often referred

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Person of the Year

Each year the Free Weekly honors someone who has helped make our community a better place. As our annual Person of the Year for 2006, we honor two people: Don

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Rolling Tough

Northwest Arkansas Roller Girls bring new life to an old sport

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Wrap It Up- Goodbye 2006

Wrap it up Goodbye 2006 By Maylon T. Rice The Big Story: Big Buildings, Big Parking Lots Any year-end story is laden with minute facts about the major news stories

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Butterflies and Black Panthers

Latest offerings from the University of Arkansas Press range wide By Maylon T. Rice While the fall selections from most publishing houses, especially those academic presses like the University of