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The Sound Of Sadness

Heavy ‘noise’ band returns to roots JOCELYN MURPHY The noise-metal iconoclasts’ latest album takes the listener on a journey through a hell of The Body’s careful making. — Pitchfork


Art OverView

Museum reopening highlights month of art, activities Dec. 1 Dogwood Lace Guild — 10 a.m., Shiloh Meeting Hall in downtown Springdale. 750-8165 or “Men With Earrings” — A new


Visions Of Sugar Plums

Dancers raise the bar in ‘The Nutcracker’ JOCELYN MURPHY It is nearly synonymous with the Christmas season: Clara, her Nutcracker Prince and the Mouse King chassé their way across

Making Ripples

Go ‘Natural’!

Master Naturalists outstanding in their field AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples Some people give nature a passing glance and a smile, while others revel and roll in it! If you enjoy



Nov. 23 The Creek Rocks — Chelsea’s Corner Cafe, Eureka Springs. Swon Brothers — 9 p.m., Cherokee Casino, West Siloam Springs, Okla. Runaway June — 10 p.m., Choctaw Casino, Pocola,

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

Nov. 23 (Friday) “The Nutcracker” — Presented by Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet, 7 p.m. Nov. 23; 2 & 7 p.m. Nov. 24; 2 p.m. Nov. 25, Walton Arts Center in

In The News

Charities In State Feeling The Pinch

Finances drying up, a study finds Bill Bowden Special to The Free Weekly Many Arkansas nonprofits are struggling, according to a new study. One respondent said she needed grants to

Risa's Astrology

Thanksgiving – a Mercury Retro/Full Moon/Void-of-Course Day!

Sun enters Sagittarius Thursday, which is also Thanksgiving and at the end of the day, a full moon (1-degree Sagittarius around midnight). Not only are we in a Mercury retrograde

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‘Tis The Season

Revelers make merry as holiday season blows in LARA JO HIGHTOWER From pictures with Santa Claus to dazzling light displays, Northwest Arkansas has more to offer during the holiday

'Tis the Season

First One In The Ring

Female MC loves her job at Dolly Parton’s Stampede BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Women have been breaking glass ceilings in state and federal government this fall, but Taylor Granberry broke hers