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REVIEW: Finding Neverland

Moving, magical story of the man behind Peter Pan JOCELYN MURPHY NWA Democrat-Gazette “Finding Neverland,” showing at the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville through Saturday, was just what I needed.

In The News

Something’s Brewin’

It wasn’t until Laurelin Van Hoose participated in Brightwater’s coffee skills program she considered offering coffee in a bar she hopes to open. “It opened my eyes to a whole

Commentary Making Ripples

Nestled All Snug In Their Beds

This is the season when the creatures of the woods and fields are settling down for a “long winter’s nap.” But which animals are true hibernators in this region? There

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8 Days A Week

Dec. 22 Holiday Art Market — Pottery, glass and wood, textiles and two-dimensional art and jewelry by the artisans from the Community Creative Center, 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Dec. 19-23 &

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Better Together

Be It Resolved Northwest Arkansas theater companies are figuring out how to multiply — not divide — audiences to maximize their reach. The Past For decades, Northwest Arkansas has had

'Tis the Season Features

Last Days Of Christmas

Santa at NWA Mall What — Santa is on hand to visit and take photos with boys and girls When — 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon-6 p.m.

Features Maker Space

Lights, Cameras, Audiences

Be It Resolved Northwest Arkansas film festivals continue to expand their reach, fostering artists and films that receive national attention. The Past 540 Film Fest was the area’s first film

Cover Story

Counting It Down

“Not even the most optimistic among our circle could have anticipated back in 2005 that by 2015 TheatreSquared would unveil plans for such a remarkable community space. But in many


New Places To Hang Out

Be It Resolved The overwhelming success of Crystal Bridges Museum put visual arts front and center in Northwest Arkansas, inspiring a variety of new kinds of venues for visual arts

Entertainment Music

Venue Variety Is The Spice

Be It Resolved Northwest Arkansas’ music scene is thriving. There lives here a tradition of great local music dating back to the Cate Brothers and Levon Helm, as well as