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Feb. 2 Johai Kafa — Chelsea’s Corner Cafe, Eureka Springs. Tracy Byrd — 8 p.m. with Lyle Parman and the Slide Bar Band. Cherokee Casino, Roland, Okla. Bri Bagwell —


Art OverView

Works address abstraction, ethnicity, ornament Feb. 3 Artists’ Reception — Benefiting Peace at Home Family Shelter and featuring works by F. Lee Green, Linda Kearbey, Jacque Morris, Charlotte Ray, Marlene

'Tis the Season

Valentine’s Day Variety

Venues offer laughs, love, food and fun Feb. 6 Valentine’s Chainmaille Bracelet Workshop — 5:30 p.m. at the Bentonville Public Library, 405 S. Main St. in Bentonville. Chris Hartley, owner

Maker Space

Maker’s Space: A Natural Photographer

Bentonville man’s work graces cover of magazine LARA JO HIGHTOWER Bill Petrunich and his wife, Phyllis, of Bentonville have willingly put themselves in the path of Alaskan brown bears

Making Ripples

Love Can Set You Free

Special feelings don’t require special day AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples Valentine’s Day can be a controversial subject these days, but all that really matters is respectfully expressing love for others

Cover Story

Deeper Discussion

Artists converge on Crystal Bridges JOCELYN MURPHY Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville presents its first temporary exhibition of the year starting Feb. 3, and with it,

In The News

An Antidote To Crisis

Fayetteville to equip police with anti-opioid medication ASHTON ELEY The Fayetteville Police Department is the latest in the state to send its officers out on the streets with Narcan


Psychological Thriller

‘Butcher Holler’ ‘a poetic, hallucinatory experience’ LARA JO HIGHTOWER When Fayetteville audiences sit down to watch Aztec Economy’s production of Casey Wimpee’s “Butcher Holler Here We Come,” they’ll be


Love Prevails

‘American in Paris’ dances its way to WAC JOCELYN MURPHY One of the stars of the musical “An American in Paris,” dancer and actor Allison Walsh, has a few

Risa's Astrology

Candlemas, a Fire Festival

February has a rhythm of festivals, with the purpose of uplifting humanity from the darkness of winter, to the hope for Spring. February 1 & 2 (Thursday & Friday) are