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Making Ripples

Safe Ways To Stay Upright

Salting isn’t best solution for winter’s ice AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples Everybody loves penguins, right? It’s fun to watch them waddle along. When things get icy, they simply flop onto

Cover Story

Calling Out The Hogs

Drop-in event spotlights fight to preserve the Buffalo BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Lynn Risser and Ginny Masullo want friends in Fayetteville to stop by on Feb. 2 and call the hogs.


A Date With Destiny

Pianist reconnects with Steinway of his choosing BECCA MARTIN-BROWN It’s not exactly a blind date. Andrew Tyson has met this particular temptress before, but their relationship was brief. Now,

Risa's Astrology

Aquarius – Cooperation & Cooperatives

The Sun entered Aquarius last Sunday, prior to the lunar eclipse. Aquarius is the “Light that shines on Earth and across the sea.”We (seekers, aspirants, disciples, Initiates) have returned to

'Tis the Season

Lots Of Laughs, A Little Drama

Fort Smith Little Theatre announces 2019 season BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Fort Smith Little Theatre opens its 71st season Feb. 14. It is, its members believe, the oldest continuously operating all-volunteer

Advice Goddess

Care Bare and Bad Stare Day

Care Bare I’m dating this new woman. I like her a lot, but she keeps complaining that I still have pictures of my ex-girlfriend on my wall, saying that it

Family Friendly

Dive Right In

Wildlife wonderful at Springfield aquarium JOCELYN MURPHY The simplest place to start is by stating that Johnny Morris’ Wonders of Wildlife National Museum & Aquarium is impressive at every


Lives Worth Living

‘Every Brilliant Thing’ a new high for T2 LARA JO HIGHTOWER In a little over a decade, TheatreSquared has established itself as a powerhouse regional theater that attracts phenomenal

Maker Space

Harmony In History

Donna and Kelly Mulhollan tell Arkansas stories in song LARA JO HIGHTOWER There are few people that appreciate the lush landscapes, quirky history and eccentric characters of the Ozarks


Three Minutes, Three Questions: Marie Demeroukas, Shiloh Museum

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN “Several years ago, I ran across some interesting negatives from 1966,” says Marie Demeroukas, photo archivist and research librarian at the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History in