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Runway Of Rosies

Eureka designer creates unique line of clothing RACHEL FIELDS Special to The Free Weekly Hips swinging, bass thumping, brilliant artwork moving in time down the runway — I’d never seen


Art OverView

Opening receptions, art walks and gallery talks BECCA MARTIN-BROWN May 1 Small Works on Paper — A juried exhibition that showcases Arkansans’ artwork that is no larger than 18-by-24


Five Minutes, Five Questions with Molly Tuttle

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Molly Tuttle is only 25 years old, and she’s just released her first album, titled “When You’re Ready.” But apparently the roots music world was more than


If The Glass Slipper Fits

‘A Kid Like Jake’ looks at love, parenting and gender identity BECCA MARTIN-BROWN NWA Democrat-Gazette Jake is 4 years old, about to make the transition from preschool to kindergarten. His

Maker Space

Picture Yourself In Eureka

May Festival of the Arts blends new with tried and true BECCA MARTIN-BROWN “We want them to picture color — our colorful community of creative people who love to

Family Friendly

‘Choose Love’

Theater companies create treats for children LARA JO HIGHTOWER ‘Turning Red: Learning to Choose Love’ It is difficult to imagine a better model for forgiveness and compassion than Fayetteville

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Anything But A Drag

TheatreSquared comedy has serious things to say LARA JO HIGHTOWER NWA Democrat-Gazette Matthew Lopez’s “The Legend of Georgia McBride” can be deceptive. On its face, the play is a wacky

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

May 3 (Friday) Bark Bash Bentonville — With play areas, treat bars, adoption opportunities, pet-friendly services & more, 4-8 p.m., Record Downtown in Bentonville. Free. “Junie B. Jones: The