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Fate Versus Free Will

Classic from 17th century asks relevant 2018 questions University of Arkansas Theatre’s Jeremiah Albers is directing the department’s production of the 17th century Spanish classic “Life Is a Dream,” written

Commentary Making Ripples

Just Around The Corner

Spring means flowers to see … and eat? The dull brown and mustard tones of winter are about to give way to the rainbow of spring! And everything is blooming

Advice Advice Goddess

Haunting Accident

What do dreams mean? I was dumped 10 months ago. I couldn’t stop thinking about him. Now I barely do, but last night, I dreamed I broke in to his

In The News

Changing The Game Plan

United Way fundraising falls far short United Way of Northwest Arkansas’ major fundraising campaign will fall $500,000 short of its $2.35 million goal, the Lowell-based charity announced Feb. 13. The

Advice Risa's Astrology

…”of love more careful…” & Capturing Monsters, if Necessary

Wednesday is Valentine’s day. On this day let us “be of love a little more careful than of everything.” (e. e. cummings poem). It is also the day Lent begins.


Rogers’ Dave and Buster’s now open

ROGERS — Dave and Buster’s opened Feb. 5 in what was the food court at the Pinnacle Hills Promenade. This Dave and Buster’s is dominated by two categories of games:

Entertainment LIVE! In NWA


Feb. 16 The Wirms — 9 p.m., with Molasses Disaster, The She, and Den of Thieves. Backspace, Fayetteville. $5. My Girl My Whiskey And Me — 8 p.m., Black Apple



Feb. 9 The She — 9 p.m. with Polly’s Pockets, and Elephantom. Backspace, Fayetteville. $5. Vanimal Kingdom — 8 p.m., Black Apple Crossing, Springdale. Friends of the Phamily — Chelsea’s

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

Feb. 9 (Friday) Art Reception — For “14 Words,” a collection of works created by Laura Terry, 4:30 p.m., Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery in Vol Walker Hall on

Maker Space

3×3 Three Minutes, Three Questions Artist Mary Judge

“‘Grammar of Ornament’ explores the interdisciplinary practices of contemporary artists who sit at the intersection of art and design to consider the ways that ornament can create visual languages.” That’s