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8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

July 13 (Friday) Family Feature Film — “A Wrinkle in Time,” noon, Bentonville Public Library. Free. 271-3192. “The Tempest” — 7 p.m. July 13-14; 2 p.m. July 14-15, Arts Live

Cover Story

Sticky Situation

Amazeum celebrates birthday with ‘Tape and Tunnels’ BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Dustin Griffith got wrapped up in a sticky job this summer at the Scott Family Amazeum. As lead exhibits developer,

In The News

Catchin’ A Ride

Bus services taking new direction in Fayetteville STACY RYBURN The two bus services in Fayetteville hope to meld into a more cohesive unit, eliminating duplicate routes, increasing stop frequency

Making Ripples

Find The Fun

Sometimes a spoonful of sugar does the trick AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples Mary Poppins was right. “In every job that must be done, there is an element of fun. You


Performing Partnerships

ACO season celebrates diversity LARA JO HIGHTOWER The Arts Center of the Ozarks recently released a glimpse into its 2018-19 season and, says Executive Director Kathleen Trotter, the goal


Unexpectedly Familiar

Organ puts a little depth in jazz JOCELYN MURPHY “These are some guys that are taking the Hammond B3 organ to kind of different places, but his is a


Vibrant Visions

Artists reveal the magic in minutiae BECCA MARTIN-BROWN There are threads that link the artwork of Lauren Fensterstock and Amber Cowan — although it’s likely neither woman has thought

Maker Space

Rock ’N’ Roll Presidency

‘Louder Than Words’ explores music’s role in democracy Jennifer Nixon Special to The Free Weekly Daa-daa, daa-daa, da-da-da, daa-daa, daa-daa, da-da-da. For many alive and sentient in 1992, those opening



July 13 Adam Cunningham — 7:30 p.m. with The Wilson Brothers Band. The Auditorium, Eureka Springs. $20. Carry Illinois — Backspace, Fayetteville. Warehouse 90 — Brick Street Brews, Rogers. Johai

Risa's Astrology

Let Isolation Rule, Yet the Crowd Exists

Thursday, a complex day, includes an evening new moon solar eclipse (21 degrees Cancer). Solar (sun) eclipses tell us something essential in our lives has come to an end, it’s