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Art Takes Flight

It’s butterfly season in the Ozarks AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples Butterfly season is in full swing! Patterned wings are fluttering like confetti in sunlit meadows and along rural roads, brushing



Aug. 3 Route 358 — 5 p.m., 21c Museum Hotel, Bentonville. Crash Blossom — 8 p.m., Black Apple Crossing, Springdale. Candy Lee — Brick Street Brews, Rogers. The Creek Rocks

Maker Space

Making Music For Others

Fayetteville musicians operate ‘home-style’ studio LARA JO HIGHTOWER “Everything down to the color scheme and the books on the wall swaddle you like a … goose down comforter. There’s


Art OverView

Pottery, pop art and photos on tap Aug. 2 Member Scoop — “Journey of an Artwork” with members of the preparatory and collections management teams, 1-3 p.m., Crystal Bridges Museum

Family Friendly

Still Lookin’ For Love

‘Urban Cowboy’ Johnny Lee plays Grape Fest LAURINDA JOENKS NWA Democrat-Gazette Johnny Lee dubs himself the “Original Urban Cowboy.” That cowboy performs Aug. 8 in Northwest Arkansas as part of

In The News

The Character Of The Ozarks

‘True Detective’ filming its third season near Huntsville Bill Bowden The Arkansas landscape will be a character in the third season of the HBO television drama “True Detective.” Writer/director


BBQ food truck parks in Fayetteville

Alex Golden The Yaght Club on College Avenue in Fayetteville that many food trucks and other pop-up businesses have called home has added a BBQ truck — or, rather, bus


Take It Outside

Crystal Bridges continues music in the North Forest LARA JO HIGHTOWER NWA Democrat-Gazette Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art is determined to make the most of its 120 gorgeous, park-like

Risa's Astrology

Lammas – Feast of First Fruits, a Harvest Festival

Lammas, (Old English, for “lamb”, & later “loaf” as in “bread”) celebrates the first grain harvests. Observed August 1stin the northern hemisphere, we can extend the festival all week. Lammas

'Tis the Season

Celebrating Success

SoNA sets traditional but varied season BECCA MARTIN-BROWN The Symphony of Northwest Arkansas is announcing what some might consider a very traditional season — Verdi, Chopin, Schumann, Tchaikovsky and