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Making Ripples

Making Ripples

Making Ripples by Amanda Bancroft Wouldn’t it be amazing if watching Netflix on a couch could change the world? Well, it could, if you bought a couch from a company



Sept. 27 September Square Dance — 8 p.m., Backspace, Fayetteville. $5. Dandelion Heart — 8 p.m., Black Apple Crossing, Springdale. Jenna & Friends — 9 p.m., Brick Street Brews, Rogers.

Advice Goddess

Murk In Progress and Everything Old Is Nude Again

Murk In Progress I’m in a weird place in my life: My work situation’s up in the air, and there’s a lot of uncertainty in my romantic life and my

Male Call

The professional tie look

Q. I have recently graduated from medical school and am now a pediatric resident. I like to wear a tie, especially because it accents that I’m the doctor (to parents

In The News

New Vision

Eye doctor specializes in children’s needs ALEX GOLDEN Parents in Northwest Arkansas no longer have to travel far to find a doctor who specializes in eye treatment for children.


Worth The Wait

Rocker returns to Winslow, debuts album JOCELYN MURPHY Brad James’ return to the Winfest Music Festival is noteworthy for more than just the fact that it’s been 22 years

Family Friendly

What To Do All Day?

‘Dog’s Job’ offers answers for tiny audiences LARA JO HIGHTOWER Bob the dog has a problem. His best friend, Phoenix, is about to go off to kindergarten, leaving Bob

'Tis the Season

It’s A Small World For Music

Arkansas favorites among bands on AACLive! season BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Ezra Idlet and Keith Grimwood might as well have been singing “It’s a Small World After All” at Michael Hearne’s

Maker Space

Afternoon Delight

Hot Springs big band takes dancers back in time HELAINE R. WILLIAMS Arkansas Democrat-Gazette It’s early in the nearly three-hour performance in the second-floor ballroom at the historic Arlington Resort