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Permit Granted to Lowlife Tattoo

Aldermen voted 7-1 to uphold a zoning permit for Lowlife Tattoo, a business located on Archibald Yell Blvd.

Introducing Local540

We’re pleased to announce the official launch of our latest project, Local540.

Flyer Profile: Opal Fly

Opal Fly answers some questions. She rules.

KUAF Groundbreaking: Today

KUAF will be breaking ground at the site of it’s new office building. It’s certain to be a huge, raging party.

Winners: Avenue Q ticket giveaway

Congrats to the winner of the Avenue Q contest!

Lots going on at Fayetteville Public Schools

Fayetteville Public Schools narrowed the candidates for Superintendent today, host Harvard prof Tony Wagner keynote tonight, begin community design charrette for new high school tomorrow. Whew.

Squashing the Standard

Squashing the Standard

Gone are the days of lasagna being categorized as strictly a cheesy, greasy, oozy pile of noodles, stringy cheese, boring tomato sauce and bland ground beef.

Forbes ranks Fayetteville #6 has ranked Fayetteville #6 in the Top College Sports Towns in the United States.

Hogs Beat Meeks, Lose to Kentucky

The Arkansas Razorbacks continued their young, short-handed, Jeckyll/Hyde season by losing to the Kentucky Wildcats 79-63 in front of 19k at Bud Walton Arena on Saturday. Instead of losing like they have the past several games where the Hogs built up a lead and lost it, this time they played hard but never really gave

Get Your Date On!

It’s Valentines Day. Make sure you treat your dude or lady right on this sorta special night. Romance!

Flyer Profile: Cletus Got Shot

Check out Fayetteville band Cletus Got Shot.

Flyer Profile: Jason Moore

Avenue Q director and Fayetteville native Jason Moore answers a few questions for the Flyer.

Weekend: Feb 13, 14 and 15

Friday the 13th and Valentines Day all wrapped up in one really busy weekend.

sg Speaks: Fortson Suspension a Good Thing

If you haven’t heard by now, the news on the Hill is that Arkansas Razorbacks head coach John Pelphrey has indefinitely suspended our freshman point guard Courtney Fortson. This comes as a big shock to Hog fans all over, especially when the team is doing so poorly on the court. But, to keep in line with the

To-Do Thursday: 2/12/09

Tonight. Tonight. Tonight.

Crystal Bridges debuts Proof Positive exhibit on Saturday

Proof Positive exhibit showcases African American prints at Crystal Bridges at the Massey.

College Radio to Throw Prom Night

KXUA 88.3 FM, UA student-run radio, will host a Prom for Fayetteville this Valentine’s Day, February 14th at the New Deli house.

Razorbacks lose. Again.

Hogs lose at Auburn, 75-62. Life sucks.

More Wakarusa artist additions

16 bands including The Black Crowes were announced for this year’s Wakarusa.

Free Pie at Village Inn today

Eat some free pie.