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Baby, It’s Cold Outside

Homeless life is harder when temperatures fall STACY RYBURN The coming of winter means extra preparation for the organizations serving homeless residents, but with the region’s largest campsite cleared


Antiquarian Finds History Where One Might Least Expect It

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN “Who would have thought that such colorful commentary on Arkansas’ doctors could be found in an insurance report?” muses Tim Nutt. For that matter, who would have

Making Ripples

Simple Steps to Coexistence

Chipmunks can be converted to better neighbors AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples A reader recently inquired about how to prevent chipmunks from digging around expensive landscaping plants. Another person reported that


A Smart, Spooky Tale

ArkansasStaged’s ‘Squeamish’ lives up to name LARA JO HIGHTOWER Playwright Aaron Mark’s one-woman play “Squeamish” opens in the middle of the night in the office of a psychiatrist’s home,

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Wheels Up

Outerbike brings the best to Bentonville JOCELYN MURPHY “As a lifelong Arkansan, I know that the image of Arkansas is not representative of what you really get. So this

Advice Goddess

Business Meating and Droop-Dead Gorgeous

Business Meating A man asked me for my number at an event, saying he wanted to take me to dinner. I told him I’d just ended a relationship and wasn’t

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No Small Statement

Octavio Logo uses art to look inside issues LARA JO HIGHTOWER There’s no way to miss artist Octavio Logo’s new mural, located on the south side of Fayetteville at


Put The Phone Down

Band pokes fun at technology’s omniscience Jocelyn Murphy Nobody feels alive At least you were notified Using art to consider the implications of being so dependent on technology isn’t


Rockin’ On The Road

Young actors energize WAC stage JOCELYN MURPHY The show currently on stage at the Walton Arts Center stands out for several reasons. “School of Rock” is the Andrew Lloyd

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

Oct. 26 (Friday) 5×5 Soiree & Auction — Including “Alaskan Jellies” by Lisa Blount, 5:55 p.m., Arts Center of the Ozarks in Springdale. $15 admission; 5x5s are sold by silent