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Autumn & Libra — Let Choice Begin

Early Monday morning the Sun entered Libra, sign of balance and poise. Libra, a cardinal sign, “initiates” autumn in the northern hemisphere. Autumn begins the “dark half of the year.”

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Diversity And Inclusion

Fashion Week shows ‘everyone wears clothes’ LARA JO HIGHTOWER The 2019 Fall Fashion Week in Northwest Arkansas will mark Robin Wallis Atkinson’s sixth run as executive director. But this

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Now 20, Bikes, Blues & BBQ revs its engines BECCA MARTIN-BROWN It’s loud, it’s proud, and it’s the signature event for Bikes, Blues & BBQ. But a Parade of


Message In The Music

‘Side Man’ brings family issues to forefront BECCA MARTIN-BROWN The New York Times calls it “a gentle reminder of bygone days, when a new play by Tennessee Williams or


Four Minutes, Four Questions with Sascha Stone Guttfreund

JOCELYN MURPHY On Oct. 5, Texas’ premier hip-hop festival expands to Rogers, making Northwest Arkansas one of the event’s first ventures outside of the Lone Star State. The JMBLYA


New Arts Hangout Looking Pretty In Pink

LARA JO HIGHTOWER If you’ve driven by the 900 block of North College Avenue in Fayetteville lately, you may have noticed a vibrant new kid on the block: Pink

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Arts Live Takes Trip To 1980s

LARA JO HIGHTOWER When she first read Joshua Mikel’s play “The Monster Hunters,” Arts Live teaching artist and director Natalie Lane felt like she was taking a time machine

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

Sept. 27 (Friday) Finders Keepers — A roundtable for antiques lovers, 1 p.m., Rogers Historical Museum Research Library. Free. 621-1154. Art Night Out — A “Color Field” celebration, 6-10 p.m.,

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Pieces Of The Past

‘Boonsboro’ rural pottery on display in Cane Hill LYNN KUTTER For Lawrence McElroy, director of arts and culture for Historic Cane Hill, a new public exhibit on rural potters


Let’s Eat: Louisiana Sports Bar Comes To Rogers

A Baton Rouge-based sports bar chain will open a new location in Northwest Arkansas early next year. Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar plans to move into a 7,500-square-foot Rogers restaurant space