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The Feud Pyramid

The Feud Pyramid Two weeks ago, I finally dumped my totally abusive jerk of a boyfriend. I do miss him, but I know I made the right decision. I came

Risa's Astrology

Leo – Learning How to be Leaders. Praise Needed.

We begin the astrological week with Sun, Moon, Venus and Mars in Leo, the sign of the golden lion and the sign in which we praise, recognize, honor, applaud, extol,

Cover Story

Sit A Spell

Thrones make viewers part of the art JOCELYN MURPHY At this point, much of Northwest Arkansas has seen — or been seen in — one of Kat Wilson’s #SelfieThrones. They’ve popped up all

In The News

Some Place Like Home

Housing authority sets sights on revitalization STACY RYBURN The Fayetteville Housing Authority wants to get into the development game. To do that, it will have to change how it


Profile: Neil Greenhaw

Business, arts come together on Haxton Road LARA JO HIGHTOWER “Where art and business collide.” So reads the tag line of a sign on SE Second Street in Bentonville,


Deeply Rooted

Kaminskys’ artistic family tree branches out BECCA MARTIN-BROWN “Family dynamics can be complicated.” So begins a press release from Fenix Fayetteville about an unusual — one might even say

Family Friendly

Exponential Expansion

Arts Live still growing strong in 2019-20 season LARA JO HIGHTOWER When Arts Live Theatre’s executive director Mark Landon Smith took over the reins at the Fayetteville youth theater

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

Aug. 2 (Friday) Friday Morning Family Movies — “The Angry Birds Movie,” 10 a.m., Fayetteville Public Library. Free. ’90s Night — Rainy Day Recess, starting with a ’90s-style assembly

'Tis the Season

Global Goals

Faulkner Center brings world to UA stage BECCA MARTIN-BROWN For a 4-year-old, the Jim & Joyce Faulkner Performing Arts Center isn’t just walking well, it’s running. “Our first season

Maker Space

Art OverView

Walk and talk, show and tell, learn and grow in August Now “John Lee Hooker: King of the Boogie” — Presented by the Grammy Museum, through Aug. 4, Woody Guthrie