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Nurse Case Scenario

Nurse Case Scenario I have to go visit my mom, who’s in the hospital in another state. She’s really ill. Her boyfriend told me she’s lost a lot of weight



A listing of live music and entertainment events for the week of Aug. 30-Sept. 6. Aug. 30 Sycamore — 8 p.m., Black Apple Crossing, Springdale. Emily Rowland — Brick Street

Making Ripples

High Flying

Even air travel can be ‘greener’ AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples The general thought is that air travel isn’t a green activity, and there’s not much of a way to make

Maker Space

Art OverView

Hands-on opportunities add to gallery experiences Now “Nature’s Nation: American Art and Environment” — Featuring 100 artworks from 70 eminent US collections, through Sept. 9, Crystal Bridges Museum of American

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

Aug. 30 (Friday) Friday Flix — “The Sword in the Stone,” 10:30 a.m., Pea Ridge Community Library. Free. 451-8442. Friday Flix — “Dark Crystal,” 3:30 p.m., Pea Ridge Community Library.

Family Friendly

Splash Down!

Silver Dollar City’s new ride rooted in history BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Pearl Brazen may be a fictional character, but her boot-clad feet are firmly planted in reality. The heroine of


Gosnell’s ‘Good Humor’

Artist’s current work inspired by the words within BECCA MARTIN-BROWN There is a depth to Jan Gosnell’s art that might not be entirely predictable considering his quick wit and


Shakespeare And Syria

New play uses old story to examine life in Damascus LARA JO HIGHTOWER When the workshop production of “10,000 Balconies” — a play conceived, created and directed by Kholoud


Southern Hospitality

Paula Deen opens Family Kitchen at Branson Landing BECCA MARTIN-BROWN “Coming to Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen is the next best thing to coming to my own home and having

In The News

Throwing Shade

City trying to balance growth versus tree preservation STACY RYBURN Fayetteville city employees are trying new ways to monitor and preserve the tree canopy in the face of rapid