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A 3-D Performance

Jim Goza, who recently played Iago in the University of Arkansas’ production of “Othello,” is definitely being talked about.


Live Music: May 28

Joplin tornado victim benefit show at George’s Majestic Lounge: $3 for seven bands — Brought To You By Us, Silent Waits the Archer, Jarris, Dreamfast, Chemical Discipline, JOn3z, Abacinated. Doors open at 8 p.m.

8 Days a Week

8 Days: May 28

KAYAK TOUR — 9 to 11 a.m. Sunday, May 29, Hobbs State Park – Visitor Center. $10 adult, $5 children (10-12). Kayaks, paddles and lifejackets provided. Registration and pre-payment required. 789-5000.


Sequelitis 'Hangover'

I certainly wasn’t expecting such a listless, been-there, seen-that retread of the original — which at least had an infectious anything-goes energy that not only reflected its Sin City setting but fueled its twisted humor.


Panda: A Solid 1-2 Punch

The first “Kung Fu Panda” didn’t really explain Po’s origins, but we finally learn — in one of the most shocking cinematic reveals since “The Empire Strikes Back” — that Mr. Ping, a goose, isn’t really Po’s father.

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Muddy Driving

The new racing games “Dirt 3” and “MX vs. ATV Alive” make terrible first impressions — undercutting the fact that they aren’t bad.


A Patagonian Prince

I was pleasantly surprised by the lush blackberry fruit of this Malbec when I first tried a sample of it. Very bold and robust. But here’s the kicker: The bottle had been open for 3 days!


Live Music: May 27

Live music and more in Fayetteville and NWA

In The News

Joplin Relief

Ways to help out the folks in Joplin


'Hangover' Doubles Down

It’s really pretty simple, if you laughed at the first “The Hangover,” you will most assuredly laugh at “The Hangover Part II.”