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April 27 (Friday) Spring Competitive Art Show — Featuring works by Associate of Fine Arts students, 5-6:30 p.m., Burns Hall at Northwest Arkansas Community College in Bentonville. Free. Email


BBQ And Beer: Chef Bill Kim visits Brightwater

Brightwater: A Center for the Study of Food will host an evening of BBQ and Beer on April 30. The event, from 6:30 to 8 p.m., will feature Chef Bill

Features Maker Space

Camp Shadow

Elm Springs remembers spirits of the past Confederate Maj. Gen. Earl Van Dorn rested his Army of the West — 10,000 troops — at Elm Springs on March 5, 1862,

'Tis the Season Features

When Steel Is King: Bikes shine like gold for Fort Smith businesses

Visitors to Fort Smith’s Garrison Avenue might hear the distant sound of rumbling engines as May 4 draws closer, heralding the approach of tens of thousands of motorcycles — and

Entertainment LIVE! In NWA


April 27 Fayetteville Square Dance — 8 p.m., with Willi Carlisle, and Luke Cormier & Friends. Backspace, Fayetteville. $5. Jamie Lou & the Hullabaloo — Black Apple Crossing, Springdale. Sarah

Advice Advice Goddess

Putting The Removes On Someone and Hello. Is It Me You’re Cooking For?

Putting The Removes On Someone I recently had my addiction recovery memoir published. I’m very honest and vulnerable in it, and readers feel super-connected to me because of it. Most

Advice Risa's Astrology

Wesak — Buddha Full Moon Festival

Sunday eveningis the Wesak Buddha Full Moon Festival. Since Winter Solstice, Disciples around the world have been preparing for the full moon of Taurus. A time when the Forces of

Commentary Making Ripples

Spring Is Humming: Bird feeders just one way to attract popular, tiny birds

After some really cold days, the spring season seems to have arrived for good. Nesting birds are already incubating their eggs and feeding newborn nestlings, so be sure your bluebird

In The News

Five Minutes, Five Questions with Colson Whitehead

Author Colson Whitehead burst on the scene in 1999 with his novel “The Intuitionist,” a New York Times Notable Book that Kirkus Review called “a dizzyingly-high-concept debut of genuine originality”

Entertainment Theater

The Game Is Afoot: T2 invites Sherlock Holmes fans to play along

It is arguably Sherlock Holmes’ most popular case — or maybe Dr. Watson’s. In “The Hound of the Baskervilles,” the famous British detective and his sidekick investigate the gruesome demise