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8 Days A Week

Aug. 10 (Friday) Compton Conservation Day Festival — With music by School of Rock & Rozenbridge, free ice cream and a tribute to Neil Compton by Flip Putthoff & David


Rapper talks family, love, his brand of rap

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN NWA Democrat-Gazette So how do a 20-something Filipino rapper — who goes by the name P-Lo — and a middle-aged Mid-Southern arts writer have a conversation? Quite easily,

Risa's Astrology

Uranus Retrogrades, New Moon Solar Eclipse

Uranus retrograded Tuesdaythis week, joining the other retrogrades (Mercury, Mars, Saturn, Neptune, Pluto and Chiron) in this unusual retrograde season. Uranus is one of the “outer planets, beyond the personality-building

Advice Goddess

Power Tulle

Smells Like Quarantine Spirit I’m a 41-year-old married lesbian. My wife and I used to work from home together. She recently got an important job, and she’s now gone all

In The News

Gulley Park Goes Big Time

Park plans would expand offerings and access STACY RYBURN The plan for a reinvented Gulley Park is under way. Fayetteville Parks and Recreation Advisory Board members on Aug. 6


JoyHouse Coffee opens in Bentonville

ALEX GOLDEN BENTONVILLE — When David and Casey Watson took their first mission trip to Haiti in 2016, they had never heard of Haitian coffee. Now, half of the profits

Making Ripples

Superhero Serves, Protects

Illegal dumps the battleground for environmental officer AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples Summer is a prime season for illegal dumping. Not everyone understands (or cares) about the dangers to human health

Making Ripples Uncategorized

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