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Ride, Walk, Drive

City officials say a new mobility report will pave the way for residents to get around easier, whether by car, bicycle, bus or shoe leather. A two-year study of the

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The Absurd To The Sublime

“Living On Love” is like your favorite pair of black high heels: Comfortable, familiar, a drawing room comedy with tried-and-true attributes you immediately recognize. At the same time, it’s also

Commentary Making Ripples

April Showers Bring…

Spring showers remind us of flowers, but they could also remind us to conserve water by capturing it from the sky — with no water bills, no issues with city

8 Days a Week Entertainment


March 30 (Friday) Meet the Easter Bunny — 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Saturday, noon-6 p.m. Sunday through March 31, Northwest Arkansass Mall in Fayetteville. 521-6151. Art By the Glass — “Precious

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Hipster Replacement


The Customer Is Always Frightened

Hipster Replacement I’m a 57-year-old lesbian, and I’m only attracted to much younger women (very early 20s). We’re obviously in very different places in our lives, and these “relationships” don’t

Advice Risa's Astrology

Three Festivals

Esoteric Astrology as news for week March 28 – April 3, 2018 This upcoming weekend, three religious festivals occur – the Esoteric, the Jewish and the Christian. The Aries Festival


Rising To The Challenge

If Martin Philip hadn’t lived it, he might not believe his own story, he admits, laughing. How does a small-town singer end up at the Oberlin Conservatory? How does that

Features Maker Space

Art OverView

April 1 Drop-In Artmaking — 1-4 p.m., Crystal Bridges Museum in Bentonville. Free. 657-2335. Architecture Tour — Learn about the unique architectural features of Moshe Safdie’s design and gain insights

Entertainment Theater

Laughter Through Tears

When you go to the theater, do you prefer a comedy? Or would you rather watch a tear-jerking drama? Director Eric Wells says Fort Smith Little Theatre has all the


Material, Corporeal Fragility

“Many works explore the uncertainty of our physical condition and the vulnerability of the human body. Intimate objects, delicate materials and obsessive processes on display will tantalize viewers with their