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Big Movies, Intimate Event

Fayetteville festival wants to welcome fans and filmmakers BECCA MARTIN-BROWN “I just want to watch some movies and eat some popcorn,” says Morgan Hicks, executive director of the Fayetteville

Maker Space

Art For Art’s Sake

Art galleries reflect, affect region MARY JORDAN Opinions differ on whether Northwest Arkansas has enough galleries and buyers to support a hoped-for growing arts scene. No one’s measuring —


‘Game Of Groans’

Gridiron finds humor in everything, even football BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Every actor worries about the reception he’ll get from his audience. But not every actor is portraying a living person


He’s Funny, Too

Younts tells stories as well as he plays songs BECCA MARTIN-BROWN If things don’t work out with the Old Crow Medicine Show, Cory Younts might consider standup comedy. In

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League Of Nations

MONAH symposium builds cultural bridges BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Since the first Native American Cultural Celebration three years ago, “the Museum of Native American History has been building alliances” intended to

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

Oct. 4 (Friday) Used Book Sale — Offering more than 10,000 books, magazines, DVDs and CDs, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Oct. 4-5, Bentonville Public Library. Hosted by Friends of the Library.

In The News

No Place Like Home

Planners hear from public on short-term rentals STACY RYBURN Owners of short-term rental properties on Sept. 30 told Fayetteville city planners they support updating code as long as regulation


Art OverView

Johnny Cash, crafts fairs and more this month Now “Tempera” — This focus exhibition explores the unique qualities of tempera painting and how it has shaped the art world over

Risa's Astrology

Time of Reconciliation – I & Thou

The twelve zodiacal signs have a deep inner order characterized by inter-relationships, color, Rays, sound and rhythms. The sun crossing the equator at spring and autumn equinoxes creates a division

Making Ripples

Green And Sustainable

Pack Rat sets high bar for businesses to follow AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples Many businesses reside in buildings several stories high, but Packrat Outdoor Center in Fayetteville operates out of