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Winers: Nebbia ticket giveaway

Congrats to Sus for being the lucky winner.

Wanna buy Marcus Monk’s car?

Own a piece of Razorback history and a new ride at the same time.

To-Do Tuesday: 3/24/09

Nebbia opening night. Music at Smiling Jack’s. Cool.

Spring football starts today for the Razorbacks

It’s hard to believe, but it’s football time. Well, spring football time.

Levon Helm is coming home

The 12-piece Levon Helm Band is coming to the Walton Arts Center on June 18, 2009.

Lottery bill passes Arkansas House and Senate

Govenor Mike Beebe expected to sign Arkansas Scholarship Lottery Bill

Sunday Happy Hour

Sunday Happy Hour

Mushroom Canapés with Arugula and Feta plus Salami Potato Stacks with Blue Cheese

To-Do Monday: 3/23/09

SXSW is bringing in a few bands that wouldn’t normally stop in Arkansas on a Monday night.

Fayetteville Forward: Q&A with Don Marr

Don Marr answers some questions about the Fayetteville Forward summit starting next week.

Fayetteville Forward: FAQs

Not sure what Fayetteville Forward is? Here’s a good start.

Flyer Profile: TIMBER!

“The only music worth checking out on Dickson is that dude that wails on the steps of the Walton Art Center”

Weekend: March 20, 21, & 22

Ah Spring. The dogwoods are in bloom. The weather is getting warmer. The grass is getting greener and my allergies are flaring up. Another sure sign it is spring out there is that the U of A students are out of town for Spring Break, which means parking will be plentiful downtown. Awesome. We’re also

You haven’t been watching Battlestar Galactica?

One of the best shows on tv ends tonight. Have you been watching?

Beer price hike?

Have you ever wondered what is really going on during our State Legislature?

Replant NWA giving away free trees

If you haven’t been out to the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks yet, here’s your chance.

To-Do Thursday: 3/19/09

It’s Thursday. It’s cloudy. It’s March Madness.

Flyer Profile: Epiphany

Last month, Little Rock’s Epiphany took one of the biggest stages in Arkansas in a show with one of the biggest names in the music industry (T.I.) and about 7,000 of you at Barnhill Arena. A few weeks later, he was back in Fayetteville on a much smaller stage, playing to closer to 75 people

FPL to be a Solar Test Bed

Near the beginning of Tuesday night’s City Council meeting, Mayor Lioneld Jordan asked Louise Schaper, executive director of the Fayetteville Public Library, to approach the microphone to make an announcement. She had big news to share. The FPL recently received a grant to make the library a solar test bed. From the $60,000 grant, 48

To-Do Wednesday: 3/18/09

Let’s just cut to the chase here. The. Weather. Rules.

Get un-Lost-ed blows the hatch on the plot of Lost.