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Love’s Labors Revealed

‘Shakespeare in Love’ sweet, romantic, funny, intimate BECCA MARTIN-BROWN It is a policy of this publication that we don’t review anything but professional theater — because I refuse to

Risa's Astrology

Virgo — Two Lights Are Seen

We’ve entered Virgo, sign of service (to self first, then others), health, wellness, gardens, devas and our food systems. Virgo is also the sign of purity, discernment and discrimination, detailed

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Looking good, on a budget

Q. I like to dress well, but I am on a significantly limited budget. The things I see in GQ cost way more than is logical for me to spend

Cover Story Music

Roots Returns

Music, food fest celebrates 10 years JOCELYN MURPHY It was 10 years ago that a humble new festival rolled into Fayetteville with the moniker of “intimate urban music and

In The News

It Takes A Village

Volunteers are key to keeping Roots Fest sustainable LARA JO HIGHTOWER When musicians Bryan and Bernice Hembree, along with their friend, chef Jerrmy Gawthrop, produced the first Fayetteville Roots


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


The Beat Goes On

Meet the bands at this year’s Roots Festival   For nearly two decades, the Sunday night headliners for this year’s Roots Festival have been traveling the world, picking up influences


Wayne Coyne: In His Own Words

Artist, rocker reflects on intersections of his work JOCELYN MURPHY When Wayne Coyne’s art installation “King’s Mouth” opened in downtown Springdale in July, the rock star/artist/singer-songwriter says there wasn’t

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Live From The Library

KUAF brings the best of Roots Fest to the airwaves BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Like everything else about the festival, KUAF’s annual live broadcast of an all-Roots “Ozarks at Large” started