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Dancing With The Diabolo

Unique skill brings juggler to Festival of Wonder BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Born into a family of acrobats in the Czech Republic, it didn’t take long before Maria Wolf realized she

Making Ripples

Ants Don’t Need To Bug You

Simple methods evict pests from your kitchen AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples As the No. 1 house pest, ants aren’t just in our pants. A trail of tiny ants is as

Advice Goddess

Rags Against The Machine And Eye Will Always Love You

Rags Against The Machine I’m a slim woman in my early 40s — successful in my field — and I am always in jeans, a vintage ripped t-shirt, and boots.


From Russia With Love

Sasha Rayevskiy painting the town boldly LARA JO HIGHTOWER If murals are something that catch your eye when you’re out and about in Northwest Arkansas, then you have no


School Days

Arts Live finds new classroom LARA JO HIGHTOWER Arts Live Theatre of Fayetteville is partnering with the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History in Springdale to present a new play,



April 19 Makin Loaf — 8 p.m., Black Apple Crossing, Springdale. Jenna And Friends Trio — Brick Street Brews, Rogers. Out of the Blue — Chelsea’s Corner Cafe, Eureka Springs.


Restorative Returns

Arkansas band home for new release JOCELYN MURPHY Any fans of Fayetteville darlings Handmade Moments — they may feel at home in places across North and South America, but

Risa's Astrology

Easter/Resurrection Festival & Three Ages of Festivals

We have entered a most important week of multiple festivals. Three festivals this week representing three religions and three Ages (Aries, Pisces & Aquarius) – stages for humanity’s development –

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

April 19 (Friday) Spring Crank-Up — With Tired Iron of the Ozarks, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. April 19-20, 13344 Taylor Orchard Road in Gentry. Free; there will be goods for sale.

Cover Story

Five Minutes, Five Questions: Bryan Hembree, Roots Fest

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Hard as it may be to imagine, it’s been 10 years since musicians Bernice and Bryan Hembree and chef Jerrmy Gawthrop put their heads together to plan