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Brains For Birds

Birds don’t have to go to Bethlehem to be counted for their census; local birders come to them. Although it isn’t nearly as precise as a human census, the Audubon

Risa's Astrology

Full Moon as the New Year Begins

We begin the new year (2018) Monday with a full moon…the Capricorn solar festival, a most auspicious beginning for a new year…bringing light to the future, to what’s needed to


#2 Everything Is New Again

Theater, art, history find new homes Be It Resolved The arts scene in Northwest Arkansas is growing in big ways and small, with new spaces under construction or renovation for


#4 All About Art

Crystal Bridges furthers inclusive initiatives Be It Resolved Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville has established itself as an internationally significant voice in presenting the American experience through


#5 Epicurean Expansions

Culinary scene collaborates with community Be It Resolved The culinary scene in Northwest Arkansas has been steadily on the rise in prestige, offerings and community engagement for some time. Case

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8 Days A Week

Dec. 29 (Friday) Sculpture Tour — Learn more about the fascinating works of sculpture in Crystal Bridges’ collection, as well as the artists who created them, 1 p.m., Crystal Bridges

Advice Goddess

Venus Envy

I’m a 30-something woman, tall and thin, whom friends describe as beautiful. Perhaps for this reason, I’m often confronted with rude social assaults by people who assume things are handed

In The News

Four Minutes, Four Questions with Terrilyn Wendling, Rogers Historical Museum

So far, says Terrilyn Wendling, assistant director of the Rogers Historical Museum, the current buildings have not been much affected by expansion efforts that include the refurbished Hailey Building across

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#3 The More, The Merrier

Northwest Arkansas arts organizations celebrate diversity Be It Resolved Northwest Arkansas’ population boom shows no signs of slowing, and the area’s burgeoning multicultural arts scene is working hard to represent

'Tis the Season

More Is More – Last Night Fayetteville bigger than ever

“Last year, I told myself I was going to rein it in,” says Lauren Embree, executive director of Last Night Fayetteville. “And I ended up going nuts with it instead.”