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Trillium Salon Series

The Trillium Salon Series set out to break down barriers around classical music by changing perceptions of the genre and presenting concerts in casual settings. Roughly a year and a

Entertainment Theater

400-Year-Old Warning

“Why, I can smile, and murder whiles I smile, “And cry ‘content’ to that which grieves my heart, “And wet my cheeks with artificial tears, “And frame my face to

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Worth Celebrating

Winslow’s Ozark Folkways is getting a bit of a facelift this spring, says interim executive director Amanda Cothren. A grant from the Winslow Community Development Center is funding the required

Cover Story

The Revue Review

When I started thinking about end-of-the-year music coverage, I realized my listening habits in 2017 haven’t been quite as varied as usual. There was a lot of ’80s-inspired pop (very

Commentary Making Ripples

Winter Blossoms

Winter is not without its flowers. When the rows of spring daffodils fade like mist into the rainbow abundance of summer blooms, when the sunflowers have become a harvest of

'Tis the Season Features

The Best Is Yet To Come

As we proved by looking back at 2017, Northwest Arkansas is rich in the arts. Here are 18 things to look forward to in 2018, most of them right here

Advice Risa's Astrology

Epiphany, Three Astrologer Kings & Aries to Pisces

Since the first day after Christmas, we have been traveling with the Three Magi Astrologer Kings, from the east to the west, following the Bethlehem (Sirius) star, walking towards the


Art Overview

Jan. 8 Artist’s Reception — For Reese Abbot, 5-6 p.m., Springdale Public Library. Free. 750-8180. Jan. 11 Artists’ Reception — For Fenix Fayetteville artists Cindy Arsaga, Alli Woods Frederick, Jan

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Sleep Actually


Head Over Heals

Sleep Actually My husband and I have been married for eight years. We have a 5-year-old son, and we both work full time. We used to have these amazing crazy