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Borne Aloft By Language

‘Night of the Iguana’ is Tennessee Williams in top form Bob Stevenson, director of theater at the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith, has a reputation. He’s been the catalyst

Making Ripples

Do Sweat The Small Stuff

Because none of it is small stuff if we work together AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples It’s the little things that count. And the big things. Those too. But especially the

Advice Goddess

While You Were Sweeping

My boyfriend unplugs my laptop when it’s charging and plugs the charger into his, despite knowing that I need my computer charged for work. This is actually part of a

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3×3 Three Minutes, Three Questions James Dashner & Jennifer L. Holm True Lit authors

  The Fayetteville Public Library will host the fifth annual True Lit: Fayetteville’s Literary Festival starting this Sunday and continuing through Oct. 29. Events scheduled during the Festival include author

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

THURSDAY (10/19) Sunset Cruise — 4:30 p.m., Rocky Branch Marina near Rogers. Hosted by Hobbs State Park. $5-$10. Reservations at 789-5000. Author Talk — With Tim Bryant, author of “A

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Music, Mirth, Memory

Actors dig up Arkansas past for area students BECCA MARTIN-BROWN “For me, learning was like finding gold.” The quote is attributed to Charlotte Andrews Stephens, the first African-American teacher

Risa's Astrology

Jupiter — Lord of Kindness, Goodness & Benevolence

On October 10th, after a year in Libra, Jupiter (favorite planet of Sagittarius & Aquarius) entered the transforming and testing sign of Scorpio. Jupiter, in each sign for about a

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It’s Fall, Y’all: Thrills, Chills, Cemeteries And Corn Mazes Abound

Haunted Happy Hour WHAT — Lindsey Miles, paranormal investigator, discusses the upcoming ghostly gander at the Clayton House, describing what exactly goes into a paranormal investigation. There will be spirits

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Hope, Communication

‘The Champion’ a perfect play for the times we live in LARA JO HIGHTOWER TheatreSquared’s production of “The Champion” by Amy Evans — first seen in Fayetteville as a



Today (10/19/17) Will Brand — 6 p.m., After 5 Bar, Rogers. Cole Swindell — 7 p.m., ArcBest Performing Arts Center, Fort Smith. $39.50. Lucas Gates — 7 p.m., Choctaw Casino,