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There are several Mexican restaurants in Fayetteville and especially on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, and I thought I knew them all. However, my mindset changed last week when I discovered Más Mex. It’s fairly priced, full of flavor and has remarkable service.

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Hog Haus Brewing Company "has a complete bar with domestic and imported beer on tap as well. The Hog Haus sells its own beer-to-go in Growlers (1/2 gallon jars), which is the only place in Fayetteville that sells beer-to-go on Sundays," according to the company website.

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Onyx Coffee Lab, located on the corner of Gregg Avenue and Township Road, is coffee to the extreme. For Fayetteville’s newest coffee house addition, the goal is simple: make the world’s best cup of coffee.  At Onyx, the owners, Jon and Andrea Allen, are making their dream of a precise cup of…

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Tailgating is one of the greatest experiences you will have from going to a university in the South, because you really get to live fully the college football experience. Tailgating you will  meet a great deal of people, have fun, and best of all eat delicious food that is probably banned by…

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Fresh spring air means time for outdoor activities,  so whether you’re watching a baseball game, hiking or studying at the park, homemade granola is a scrumptiously cheap snack to take along on your adventures.

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When the weather warms up, an abundance of produce is available and better than ever. One warm weather standby is the strawberry. Strawberries are not just delicious, but also healthy. They can help contribute to your daily servings of fruits and can add a little bit of sweetness and color i…

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After months and months of coldness and darkness, it’s finally that time of year again: Spring. Spring is not only a beautiful time of year but also an amazing time for produce. Spring is just warm enough so that the fruits can come out, but not so warm that they are ruined by the heat. Spri…

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A few years ago, very few people even knew what gluten was and even fewer even thought about eating or not eating it. In the past year or so a new trend has swept through the diet and health community, the gluten-free diet. Gluten is in most bread, pasta and is even in beer. Luckily, now tha…

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February is not known for having an abundance of produce, or even plants. It is a rather gray and bleak time of the year, even in temperate Arkansas. Some produce, though, is quite good in February; it just takes a little research to find out what is best to eat. Finding ways to incorporate …

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Chris Selby owned a record store in Fayetteville. Due to slumping sales, he had to abandon that endeavor in favor of an electrician job. When that didn’t work out either, Selby was at a loss.

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It’s been said for years that “breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” But it usually depends on what kind of breakfast you eat. Many people believe that eating a healthy breakfast is essential to a healthy lifestyle.

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Mezza Luna sits in a small location off the main roads of Fayetteville, tucked away in a small strip mall on Razorback Road by Baum Stadium. The location, no bigger than a fast food restaurant, sits far from the gastronomical delights of Dickson Street and Joyce Boulevard, though the food is…

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Winter is often seen as a barren, icy season with little vegetation making it past the first big freeze. When entering the grocery store in the winter, people are often disappointed by the lack of quality in the produce they enjoy during the warmer seasons. Fresh produce is essential to many…

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Despite the recent warm weather, winter is coming to Ozarks whether we like it or not. With the cold weather comes blistering, icy winds that chill you from the inside out. At the end of the day, after walking around in the cold on campus, one of the best things to warm up with is a hot bowl…

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You know the holiday season is approaching when the infamous holiday Starbucks cups begin appearing in everyone’s hands on their way to class. The red holiday cups mean more than just the holiday season; they also mean that holiday drinks are back on the menu at coffee shops.

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Oscar Mendoza just finished his $6 Hawaiian shoyu chicken plate and then, almost with glee, washed it down with a cold grape soda. Seated at a wooden picnic bench with a multicolored umbrella shooting up through the middle of the table, he is enjoying one of his favorite local food spots. It…

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Razorback pride can come in the form of painted bodies, hog hats and screaming fans. In the Fayetteville community, pride for the Razorbacks is reflected in retail stores, bakeries and even pizzerias.

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The sandwich: It’s a filling, inexpensive and delicious option for breakfast, lunch or dinner. For students, it’s one of our favorite choices when it comes to quick and easy food that’s available almost anywhere on campus.

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Halloween is the one holiday a year where it is completely acceptable to break all dietary limitations and stuff your face with candy, sweets and really anything that contains large quantities of sugar. Decorations are hung, our neighborhoods and apartment complexes are overrun with trick-or…

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With Halloween falling on a Wednesday, many students have already shown off their costumes and celebrated All Hallow’s Eve this past weekend. This gives people the opportunity to celebrate twice. After the raucous parties of Halloween Part One, many prefer a more chilled-out Halloween-day ce…

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If there is something that I love to do in the beautiful Arkansas fall weather, it’s to camp. Morning hikes, setting up the campsite, hanging the hammocks and sitting by the fire - there really is nothing better than leaving the everyday busyness of life and escape to the woods.

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It’s October, and it’s rather hard to believe that the semester is almost halfway over and, in just a few short months, Winter Break will be making an appearance once again. Six more football games remain, but after a spectacularly surprising 24-7 win last weekend against Auburn, tailgating …

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A little bit of flavor has been added to Dickson Street with Nomad’s Natural Plate, a Mediterranean-themed food truck that serves gyros, falafel and other ethnic dishes. The owners, Eric Gallemore and Mitchell Owen, both 23, recently moved to Fayetteville to begin this business venture.

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A campus union isn’t the first place students usually find crepes, and to be honest, I didn’t have high expectations for the Freshens Creperie. I mean, who really does for a new restaurant on campus? It’s almost predecided that anything placed on a college campus will be greasy, cheap and co…

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Mid-semester is coming around the corner quickly - homework is piling up, midterms and tests are becoming weekly occurrences and we’re all feeling just a little run down at this point in the year. What else does all of the academic mayhem mean? Junk food, sugar and just about anything else t…

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We’re three games in, and what a season it has been already. With two losses and only one win on the record, many of us are ready to skip the crowded stadium to relax in an easy chair at one of the thousands of tailgates that raid campus each weekend. Sometimes we just need a break from the …

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