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Family Matters: Unusual musical beautiful and heartbreaking

Looks can be deceiving. Jesse Tuck might look like a 17-year-old boy, but he’s far from it. He’s 102 — and he has found the secret to eternal youth. That’s

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A Dream Come True: Children’s book comes to Eureka Springs stage

“Willo Mancifoot The Musical” will make its world debut May 5. The play brings an inspiring story, with original music and a talented cast of young performers, to the historic

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One Man, Many Faces: Woody Guthrie speaks through one actor’s passion

Randy Noojin’s reasons for writing and presenting a one-man tribute to Woody Guthrie are as multi-faceted as the show he has created. “No one captures Woody’s indomitable life-affirming spirit quite

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World Prayer in Times of Crisis

A new world crisis began last week. When crisis occurs, the New Group of World Servers (NGWS) stand together in the Seed Group called “The Observers”, observing with poise, gathering

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Girl-On-Girl Inaction and For Whom The Cell Tolls

Girl-On-Girl Inaction I hate to be trite, but my wife and I are experiencing “lesbian bed death.” We’ve been happily married for three years. I’m not sure why we’re not

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Downtown Is Uptown: New plays open new UA theater

The University of Arkansas Department of Theatre is on the move — both literally and figuratively. Next week, department chairman Michael Riha will unveil the ambitious renovation of the UA

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We love Rolling Hills: Rezoning proposal stokes debate

Big-picture discussions about city planning and how to accommodate growth stemmed from the first reading April 17 of an ordinance to rezone about 20 wooded acres on the northeast side

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Making Ripples: “Start Simply”

Making good choices needn’t be complicated It’s understandable. Who wants to make a difference if they will suffer for it? Or be inconvenienced? (Well, some people are willing, but that’s