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Jan. 31 January Dance — 9 p.m., with Nathan McAllister & Kim Lansford playing, Allison Williams calling. Backspace, Fayetteville. $5. Route 358 — 8 p.m., Black Apple Crossing, Springdale. Dirty

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Update those old Armani suits, or not

Q. I have six Armani suits that are 30 years old and still in great condition, but I imagine they are all unusable going forward. Is that the case? They

Risa's Astrology

Year of the Metal Rat

Chinese New Year is early this year, beginning on Saturday, January 25th(the day after the Aquarius new moon) and ending at the full moon Lantern Festival. Chinese New Year follows

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Heartwood Hearts Broken: Artists plan one ‘Last Hurrah’ to say goodbye to gallery

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Edward Hejtmanek says it’s time. His wife, Anita, knows he’s right. But they’re both sad — and so are dozens of artists and hundreds, if not thousands,


Dinner In The Clouds: Mount Sequoyah brings food, fun together on menu

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN In Fayetteville, the name “Mount Sequoyah” immediately conjures up images of a huge lighted cross silhouetted against the downtown skyline. But there’s more going on on the


Blood, Sweat And A Chicken House: Arkansas Public Theatre announces Season 35

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN “I think Season 35 really encompasses the notion of what Arkansas Public Theatre is,” muses Ed McClure, the company’s artistic director and one of its founders. “APT


Auld Lang Syne: Pipes perform in poet’s memory

JOCELYN MURPHY In 1801, friends of the late poet Robert Burns hosted the very first Burns Night to celebrate the memory and legacy of Scotland’s national bard. Two hundred


At Home In The World: Exhibit explores shelter, displacement

JOCELYN MURPHY Nearly five years ago, when the current exhibition on display at Bentonville’s 21c Museum Hotel began taking shape, museum director and chief curator Alice Gray Stites supposes

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Best Friends Forever: Trike’s ‘Frog and Toad’ a gentle lesson in joy

LARA JO HIGHTOWER If you’re of the opinion that we could all use a little more kindness in the world — and, really, who among us doesn’t feel that