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Documentaries All Day

Hot Springs Film Festival going strong LARA JO HIGHTOWER Jen Gerber, executive director of the Hot Springs Documentary Film Fest, knows a little something about filmmaking: She holds an

In The News

Twenty Is Plenty

City testing lower speed limits in neighborhood STACY RYBURN The city of Fayetteville is testing a 20 mph speed limit near Wilson Park and could implement lower speeds for

Cover Story

All In On Her Art

Schreckhise brings woman’s work to forefront LARA JO HIGHTOWER Suzannah Schreckhise has been an artist all of her life. She remembers creating with her hands when she was 3


Puffed-Up, Hyper-Pious Hypocrite

Moliere’s ‘Tartuffe’ sounds strangely relevant LARA JO HIGHTOWER When French playwright Molière wrote his comedy “Tartuffe” in 1664, it was promptly censored by the ruler of France, King Louis

Maker Space

Process Puts Strength In Songs

Staples builds backyard studio to expand creativity JOCELYN MURPHY When you’ve released a few records as a musician, it can be easy to fall back on tried and true

Family Friendly

Building Bridges

Trike makes fun a learning experience LARA JO HIGHTOWER When Trike Theatre performs “Three Billy Goats Gruff” this month, it will be the second time the professional theater for

Risa's Astrology

We Hear the Hissing of Cobras – Kali Yuga (continued)

Sun entered Scorpio Wednesday, sign of things hidden, dark, mysterious and underwater. And so, we continue the study of the cycle of the Kali Yuga, a winter of darkness in

Advice Goddess

Ingrate Expectations

Ingrate Expectations My husband and I attended his niece’s wedding two years ago. Our gift was money earmarked to pay for their honeymoon. We were miffed that we never got


Hitting The Right Note

Old-time singing school this weekend in Springdale LAURINDA JOENKS The Northwest Arkansas Sacred Harp Singers will hold an old-time gospel singing school from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Oct. 25

Making Ripples

‘Tis The Season

Handcrafted purchases worth more than a smile AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples Craft season is at its peak, ushered in by the warm aroma of kettle corn and roasted nuts and