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8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

Oct. 5 (Friday) Turquoise Moon Trunk Show — 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Crystal Bridges Museum Store. 657-2335. Member Preview — “Art for a New Understanding: Native Voices, 1950s to Now,” 11

Making Ripples

Time To Think

Autumn prepares us for long, cold winter AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples Autumn has arrived, ready to remind us of the best and worst in life. Even as they die, leaves


A Bicycle, A Banjo And Biscuits

Baker takes to road to collect stories of the Ozarks BECCA MARTIN-BROWN “I like stories,” says Martin Philip, a writer and Fayetteville native. “I find the lives that each



Oct. 5 The Vine Brothers — 21 c Museum, Bentonville. Crash Blossom — 8 p.m., Black Apple Crossing, Springdale. Strahan & The Good Neighbors — Chelsea’s Corner Cafe, Eureka Springs.


‘Walk Like A Man’

Story of Frankie Valli and Four Seasons struts back to WAC stage JOCELYN MURPHY It’s the music that has permeated our culture — from TV and movies to radio

In The News

Going Up!

Fayetteville officials get glimpse of new TheatreSquared STACY RYBURN The team behind the new TheatreSquared wants the 50,000-square-foot, three-level center to catch the eye and immerse visitors the moment

Risa's Astrology

Understanding Libra

Libra is the charming and charmed one of the zodiac. They love peace and harmony and lightness. They can’t emotionally go too deep (unless their birth chart also contains planets

Family Friendly

History Set To Music

Mulhollans debut new ‘Cane Hill’ album BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Mollie discovered she was an artist, back when women weren’t anything but wives, mothers and farm hands. Cousin Annie grew apples

Maker Space

Nothing New Here

‘Fall’ in love with vintage at the Junk Ranch LARA JO HIGHTOWER The Junk Ranch is arguably Northwest Arkansas’ largest indoor/outdoor flea market, and co-founders Julie Speed and Amy

Cover Story

Replaying The Silver Ball

HillBenders put twist on rock ‘n’ roll classic BECCA MARTIN-BROWN “He’s a pinball wizard “There has to be a twist…” In 1969, Rolling Stone called “Tommy” — the rock