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Wings & Vintage Things

A couple of business openings were spotted in Fayetteville recently: a new Slim Chickens location and a vintage boutique called Grey Dog.

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Library Gets National Props

Fayetteville has something in common with the likes of Chicago, Boston, Seattle and (get a rope!) New York City — a badass library.

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Fayetteville Is Tree City

Singing: “Take me down to the very last city where the grass is green and the trees are pretty …”

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Spay/Neuter Clinic Opening

The low-cost option to spay/neuter pets is here and you’re invited to tour the Northwest Arkansas Spay/Neuter Clinic open house from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Friday, April 8 at 1909 W. Huntsville Road in Springdale.

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Adoption Ban Unconstitutional

The Arkansas Supreme Court today kicked to the curb an act that was blatantly aimed at preventing homosexual couples from adopting or providing foster care to children.

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Pedi-Can Or Pedi-Can't?

In the end the Fayetteville City Council arrived at the same destination for three amendments: Leave them on a second reading and come back to them next time.

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Good News For Chavez

Jonathan Chavez, the Rogers High School graduate and University of Arkansas student who faces potential deportation, has been granted a change of venue to determine his status in the U.S.

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Playboy Casting Call

If you’re a student who likes showing her school spirit — and by showing, I mean gettin’ nekkid — Playboy is coming to town April 7-8 for casting calls for its “Girls of the SEC” issue.

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UA Gets $20,000 Grant

A $20,000 grant will help the University of Arkansas participate in 100,000 Strong, a presidential program to expand the number of U.S. students learning abroad in China.

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Protesters Organize ‘Rebel With A Cause’

The “rebel” who this ride honors is Private First Class Bradley Manning. Manning has been imprisoned in the Quantico Marine Corps Brig for nine months, suspected of giving highly classified State Department cables to the website WikiLeaks.