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Release Yourself! New music festival time to ‘hug freely, dance freely’

The pandemic has been hard on everybody in one way or another, but arguably no one more than performers. “Not touring or performing around the country and world these past

8 Days A Week

Oct. 22 (Friday) Drop-In Tour — Big Picture: Art, Architecture & Nature, 11:30 a.m., Main Lobby at Crystal Bridges Museum.


Stand-up comedian, actor and impressionist Jay Pharoah performs at 7 and 9:30 p.m. Oct. 22 and 7 and 9:30 p.m.


Traci Rae Manos is many things — singer-songwriter, poet and recipient of an Artists 360 grant that recently allowed her


When organizers at the Walton Arts Center’s Joy Pratt Markham Gallery resolved to curate an exhibition that reflects Northwest Arkansas’


“I hope audiences laugh so much that they leave the show feeling 10 pounds lighter,” says Juliette Robinson. “I hope

Advice Goddess

Bare Tracks My boyfriend asked me for nude photos of myself. I reluctantly sent him one. I feel very uncomfortable

Risa's Astrology

Friday night, October 22, the Sun entered Scorpio, our most mysterious of signs (except for Pisces). We look forward to

In The News

The Fayetteville Public Library — with its gorgeous new expansion — is the last place you might consider “scary,” But

Making Ripples

Bancroft leaving column but not her calling Amanda Bancroft Making Ripples Editor’s Note: It is with great sadness we print


Fashion Week showcases designers, boutiques A Drake Field airline hangar was transformed into a runway — a fashion show runway — Nov.


Welcome to your new source of restaurant news in Northwest Arkansas! Every Friday, we’ll highlight what’s new, what’s gone and

Family Friendly

“I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers,” says Anne Shirley, happily, in the beloved children’s

Male Call

Q. Where I work, almost no one wears a tie; but I still do. I almost never wear a jacket,