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Flyer Profile: A Good Fight

We spoke with Eddie from A Good Fight.

To-do tonight: Wednesday 4/8

Twins, a battle, 607, some freaks and of course, vagina (monologues).

Local news: Wednesday 4/8

Twitter, newspapers, council meeting, GHWB.

Giveaway: Fully Committed

Win yourself two tickets. Winning! Fun zone!

Council hears opposition to Fayette Junction plan

Tuesday night’s City Council meeting started out festive enough. But the meeting hit a kerfuffle when the Fayette Junction Master Plan was brought before the council.

Half off on Local540 and the Fayetteville Flyer

Our version of the Mel Collier Local Business Stimulus Plan

Fayetteville social media resolution in the works

Will Fayetteville officials soon be required to use Facebook to reach out to citizens?

Dine out on Tuesdays for scholarships

Eat at one of the participating restaurants on Tuesdays and help single parents go to college.

To-do tonight: Tuesday 4/7

Railroad Earth, Split Lip Rayfield, Doug Shileds and the baseball Hogs.

Local news: Monday 4/6

No smoking on UA campus. No, seriously.

The Art of Teaching

When you’re working to develop a new curriculum for an entire school district while at the same time planning for a new high school, having the community place so much value on education is a very good thing.

To-do tonight: Monday 4/6

George Bush and Skeletonwitch. There’s more but those two sound pretty awesome in the same sentence.

Farmers’ Market Pizza

Farmers’ Market Pizza

All this talk about pizza was making me hungry.

“The Vagina Monologues” comes to Fayetteville

Audience members are not required to have any particular genitalia.

Support the Arkansas Dream Act

Only nineteen percent of Arkansans have a bachelors degree or higher.

Collier Drug offers employee incentives for shopping locally

You know that old saying about when the going gets tough, the tough shop at their locally owned businesses to make sure as much money as possible is recirculated in our local economy? It’s a really old saying. Like, 100 years old. Well, Mel Collier at Collier Drug store is taking that old saying (which

Fayetteville Forward in conclusion

The Fayetteville Forward summit concluded on Saturday.

3D: A Gimmick or the Future of Film?

3D movies: Are they here to stay or will they once again fade away?

A first look at Bruno movie

Arkansans will think twice before attending another cage fight hosted by an Austrian.

Local news: Friday 4/3

#fayfwd, deadly ex-husbands, ice storm debris and the Farmers’ Market.