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Today (7/27) The Caleb Miller Solo Project — Dickson Street Pub, Fayetteville. Rick Atha — Foghorn’s on Green Acres, Fayetteville. John Spurling — Foghorn’s on W. 15th, Fayetteville. Caleb Martin

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THURSDAY (7/27) Gilcrease on Wheels — Native American culture for fourth graders & U.S. history for fifth graders from the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa, 11 a.m.-5:45 p.m. Thursday and July

Legacy Archive

3×3 Three Minutes, Three Questions: Mark Spitzer

“I’d like to think that the Gar Gods ordained it,” Mark Spitzer says of his teaching job at the University of Central Arkansas, “but that’s not what happened. A creative


Breaking New Trails

Artist adds glass to acrylic paintings Courtesy Image Marlene Samuel’s “Fathom: The Depth of the Sea” is on show this month at White Lotus in Fayetteville.   No glass bottle

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Pretty As A Peach

Festival celebrates sweet perfection BECCA MARTIN-BROWN It all began in Clarksville in 1938, or so the story of the Johnson County Peach Festival goes. And according to Milisa Woodard,

In The News

Waiting For Mr. Right: Tenant Still Sought For Dickson Street Corner

Bill Bowden From Dead Swanky to a house of prayer. That’s the metamorphosis the Rev. Lowell Grisham would like to see for a lot that St. Paul’s Episcopal Church


Musical Common Ground

Three bands congenially converge for Wheels of Soul tour By Deb Harvell   One band started in 1969, one in 2004 and a third in 2010. One band is

Making Ripples

What’s Good For The Goose

Natural scents, plants repel unwanted visitors AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples If you’d like to keep your garden organic but free of pests, or if you’re simply looking for a way



Whiskey Myers — Built on the Lynyrd Skynyrd Southern rock template, complete with country and blues overtones, Texas group Whiskey Myers is back in Northwest Arkansas today for a free

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Season And Series Satisfy

Walton Arts Center overflows with entertainment   JOCELYN MURPHY The Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville announced its full 2017-18 season at the end of June, offering eight collections of