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Soon to be among the ranks of important artists from Fayetteville is Maggie Ivy.
So to every citizen of Fayetteville, and every person out there that contributes to the diversity and acceptance of our city, I want to say thank you. Sometimes, it takes an outsider to show us how lucky we are.
The librarians at the Fayetteville Public Library are incredibly helpful.
Let me tell you a story, everyone. I once went on a date with this guy. He wanted burgers. I said “well duh, burgers, let’s go to Hugo’s.” He was a junior at the University and asked me what Hugo’s was. Two years in Fayetteville and he hadn’t been to Hugo’s. He didn’t even know
MacHomer, a one-man show in town this weekend which the WAC website describes as a “one-man vocal spectacular by Rick Miller” does Shakespeare a pretty funny disservice by casting it only with Simpsons characters.
KXUA will be previewing a new show on Tuesday, May 26th, at 10 pm, and they want your feedback on how awesome-or-awful it is.