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Diversity, Inclusion, Movies: Bentonville Film Festival is meaningful fun

Grab your popcorn and your favorite movie buddy. The Bentonville Film Festival plans to open even stronger than recent years with a free screening series, celebrity coffee talks, panels, NFTs

8 Days A Week

June 23 (Thursday) Rodeo of the Ozarks — Through June 25, Parsons Stadium in Springdale. $10-$40. 756-0464, Bentonville Film


Turnbow Park is “somewhere to be” on June 30. Arkansauce, Northwest Arkansas’ favorite genre-hopping, bluegrass, newgrass, Americana, folk foursome will


A “dream project” jazz trio will finally play after being delayed by the pandemic. On June 25, clarinetist Anat Cohen,


Don’t call it an escape room, says Terri Trotter, president and chief executive of The Jones Center, of the new


Before the tip of the first gold-glittered hat, Dan Sher will be clocking lights, music and more at the Walton

Advice Goddess

My column, for years, ran in over 100 papers across the US and Canada, and in the military paper, the

Risa's Astrology

A wedding in the fairy (deva) plant nature kingdom. The devas (fairies, builders of nature) complete their work, for the

In The News

With a massive Freedom Festival planned for Sunday, June 19, in Springdale, Juneteenth celebrations are continuing to grow in Northwest

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.


Two years ago, remembers Peggy Hill, she told her husband, Lakota Sioux flutist John Two-Hawks, that she was done touring

Family Friendly

If parents play their cards right, they can start their kids on a lifelong adventure, courtesy of the Rodeo of

Male Call

Q. I can never achieve the same look it had when I first purchased my linen suit, as I can for