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At The End Of The Tunnel

Hopeless situation gives hopeful voice to actors LARA JO HIGHTOWER Diversity, notes Kimille Howard, director of TheatreSquared’s production of Dominique Morisseau’s “Skeleton Crew,” can be hard to find in

Risa's Astrology

What Do We Value?

We remain for many weeks (till mid-November) under Venus retrograde (in Scorpio, then Libra), reminding us that Venus retrograde is the time to assess our values. We are to focus


No Time Like The Present

Violinist celebrates marriage of musical styles BECCA MARTIN-BROWN He just won the 2018 Leonard Bernstein Award. He performs solo and with one of the most innovative trios currently touring.

Advice Goddess

Here We Glow Again

Here We Glow Again My friends tease me, saying that I’m such an obnoxious jerk, but amazingly, everybody seems to love me. Somebody said it’s because I have charisma —

'Tis the Season

Back In Time

Ghost Walks more about tales than terror BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Because they happen at Halloween, Ashley Sayers admits she prefers telling tales of “murder, mischief and tragedy” during the Rogers

In The News

Better Or Worse?

Residents, council disagree on change in zoning STACY RYBURN An approved rezoning falls in line with the city’s land use plans and likely won’t adversely affect the lives of



Oct. 19 Makin Loaf — 8 p.m., Black Apple Crossing, Springdale. Adam Johnston Band — 9 p.m. Chelsea’s Corner Cafe, Eureka Springs. Rosie Hips — 9 p.m., Cherokee Casino, West

Maker Space

50 and fine

Bella Vista Crafts Festival marks half century LYNN ATKINS The Bella Vista Arts and Crafts Festival marks a milestone this October: 50 years. In the crafts fair world of

Making Ripples

Solar Sensations

Dishes cooked with the sun simple, safe and tasty AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples We get a lot of rain here in Northwest Arkansas — about 48 inches on average per