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Male Call – There are rules for light suits?

Q. Is a lighter suit really appropriate for an office?  I wear blue and gray suits and it would be good to have something that is a bit of a

Male Call

Male Call – Royal Wedding Edition

A weekly column on men’s fashion Q. My wife just made me sit through much more of the royal wedding and follow-ups than I ever would have wanted to, that

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

June 15 (Friday) Barnyard Buddies — See & feed barnyard animals, 10 a.m.-noon, old City Hospital parking lot south of the Fayetteville Public Library. Part of the Summer Reading Series.


New, But Familiar

Rock band aims to connect with new release JOCELYN MURPHY “The same, but different” is how pop rock group Plain White T’s are describing their new album, “Parallel Universe”


Take A ‘BITE’ Of NWA

Culinary appetite expands event to three days LARA JO HIGHTOWER BITE NWA — a celebration of the culinary wonders that can be found both in and outside of Northwest

In The News

A Roof Over Every Head

Residents call for more affordable, connected, diverse housing DAN HOLTMEYER Hundreds of Northwest Arkansas residents say they want the region to have more housing that’s affordable and accessible to

Maker Space

Pride And Perspective

MONAH considers contemporary Native America BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Charlotte Buchanan-Yale didn’t grow up reveling in her Native American heritage. She says she probably has none — but her “Aunt Isabelle

Family Friendly

Summer Songs

Concert series returns Following the success of the Chihuly Concert Series in the North Forest last year, Crystal Bridges Museum once again brings music and nature together on Saturday nights


Quest For The Crown

ACO musical has great pedigree, bouncy score LARA JO HIGHTOWER When the Arts Center of the Ozarks opens its summer musical, “Smile,” on June 15, it will come with

Making Ripples

No Honey Here

Gardener works to oust invasive species AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples Karen Takemoto is a champion of honeysuckle removal, working steadily to liberate her woods near Farmington. “For over 15 years,