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Something (Not Quite) Familiar

Groups add fresh twist to famous hits JOCELYN MURPHY Sunday promises a night of music to Northwest Arkansas unlike anything the Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion has hosted before: a

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Helming A Memorial

Musician’s fans hope for statue, restored boyhood home in Marvell Bill Bowden The cotton fields of Turkey Scratch are occasionally invaded by foreign tourists taking pictures. They’re fans of



Today (8/3) Randall Shreve — Dickson Street Pub, Fayetteville. Josh Abbott Band — JJ’s Beer Garden and Brewing, Fayetteville. Russ Hutchison — JJ’s Grill, Bella Vista. Jon Dooly — JJ’s

Making Ripples

Summer Night Symphonies

Nature provides free concerts to those willing to hear AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples Summer concert season is well under way, and our area offers quite a lot of great, free

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‘A Very Rich Experience’

Words are enough for ‘Collected Stories’ LARA JO HIGHTOWER University of Arkansas assistant professor Morgan Hicks knows her way around large-cast theater productions. This spring, she directed “Lysistrata” for


Switching It Up

Artists, chefs trade roles in ‘Sensory Iconoclasts’ BECCA MARTIN-BROWN NWA Democrat-Gazette This year marks the fifth “Sensory Iconoclasts” project at the Arts Center of the Ozarks, and “Case and I

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Still Amazing

Two years in, allure of Amazeum continues LARA JO HIGHTOWER When Bentonville’s Scott Family Amazeum opened in July of 2015, leaders of the project predicted that around 180,000 guests

8 Days a Week

8 Days a Week

THURSDAY (8/3) Tontitown Grape Festival — With spaghetti dinners, a carnival and live music at 9 p.m., along U.S. 412 in Tontitown. Admission is free; various activities charge a fee.

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Leo-Sirius Festival – the Heart of All That Matters

Monday, August 7, is a lunar eclipse, full moon (15.25 degrees Leo) and the Leo/Sirius Festival. At lunar eclipses, something in our outer material world disappears, it’s work complete. Leo

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Heart Of The Community

Bank of Fayetteville hosts art show, book signing BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Like his ancestors before him, John Lewis wanted the building on the northwest corner of the Fayetteville square to