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Making Ripples

Greatest American Heroes

Many change world in quiet, everyday ways AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples Those we admire, both fictional and real, are simply common characters or people who took five minutes here and

Legacy Archive

Filmmaker Tells Story Of War

  The Fayetteville Public Library, in collaboration with AETN, will offer a free sneak peak screening of Ken Burns’ new documentary, “The Vietnam War,” at 2 p.m. Saturday. “We’ll be

Legacy Archive

Preservation Vs. Revitalization

1870s house at heart of debate over historic structures Alexander Nicoll Years of water damage stained the walls. Holes in the ceiling exposed the second floor to the first.

Advice Goddess

When No Means No

Men don’t hear rejection unless women speak plainly This annoying guy at my gym keeps asking me out. I’m always polite, saying, “Would love to, but sorry, I’m really busy.”

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

THURSDAY (9/14) Afterschool Movies — 4 p.m., Bentonville Public Library. Free. Sunset Kayak Tour — With recreational kayaks, paddles and lifejackets provided, 5:30 p.m., Hobbs State Park near Rogers.



Today (9/14) Jamie Wolfe — 6 p.m., After 5 Bar, Rogers. Roby Pantall Jazz Duo — 6 p.m., Crystal Bridges, Bentonville. Randall Shreve — Dickson Street Pub, Fayetteville. Eoto —

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Fayetteville Film Fest This Weekend

Today (9/14) At UARK Bowl 5 p.m. — Short film block 6:45 p.m. — Q&A with filmmakers 7 p.m. — Red Carpet/Silver Screen Opening Night Party ^ Friday At Chancellor

Legacy Archive

From Page To Stage

New book club enhances theater experience JOCELYN MURPHY Now that the Walton Arts Center is on the other side of all its construction — and has one season under

Legacy Archive

Playing In The Silence

Shadow Ensemble scores red carpet party Ryan Cockerham thinks films are fine things. But that’s not where his passion lies. He scores silent films with a live band — which

Cover Story

Do The Time Warp Again

Iconic meets innovative in APT’s ‘Rocky Horror’ BECCA MARTIN-BROWN NWA Democrat-Gazette It was 16 years ago when Ed McClure directed a bare-bones version of “The Rocky Horror Show” for Ozark