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Indifferent Strokes and Rehash Marks

Indifferent Strokes My father just got diagnosed with cancer. Most people have been extremely supportive, but two girlfriends I texted about this haven’t responded at all. Is it really that



Aug. 16 Semi-local Forecast — 9 p.m., with Foxpaw, Ankle Pop, and Granger. Backspace, Fayetteville. $5. Honey Collective — Black Apple Crossing, Springdale. Jenna & Friends — Brick Street Brews,

Male Call

Color me confused, color rules for suits

Q. You often write about “good color in a man’s wardrobe,” but I’m not clear what that means. Especially given that for business the standards are white shirts and dark

Cover Story

Rock, Chalk: Street Art

Ephemeral art gets moment in sun at new festival BECCA MARTIN-BROWN “Chalk is familiar and accessible; most people have drawn on the sidewalk with chalk,” says Holly York, a


Finding ‘Neverland’

UAFS celebrates 39th Season of Entertainment BECCA MARTIN-BROWN When Stacey Jones looks back at the past 38 years, he sees an arts and entertainment landscape that has changed more


Wash, Rinse, Repeat

Folkways invests Leisure time in soap BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Amy Stout Leisure’s bachelor’s degree was in art, but it’s a safe bet it didn’t encompass all the things she does

Family Friendly

A Family Tradition

Tontitown Grape Festival brings people together ELIZABETH GREEN When Italian Catholic immigrants founded the community of Tontitown in 1898, they probably had no idea they would start one of

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

Aug. 9 (Friday) Bargains Galore on 64 — 160 miles of yard sales, antiques, collectibles, and flea markets from Fort Smith past Conway to Beebe, Aug. 9-10, along Arkansas 64.

'Tis the Season

That’s The Whole Pointe

WAC season reaches every corner of community JOCELYN MURPHY When it comes time to build each new season at the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville, staff and organizers have