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Risa's Astrology

Cross of Ashes — Dust to Dust

Throughout history humanity has created rituals and celebrations that reflect the different seasons. The rituals mirror, indicate and signify the different aspects of light and dark, the seasons, the elements

Cover Story

Ensemble offers fiery ‘Four Seasons’

“Our music came from a time when society was quite hierarchical, so some of the music that we play was intended for the palace. But we also play music that


T2 brings legendary Texas governor to life

Over the course of decades in the public eye, Texas politician Ann Richards gained nearly mythic status, despite the fact that she served but one term as Texas governor and


Pianist, composer visit Fort Smith Symphony

There’s almost half a century age difference between composer Rocky Reuter and pianist Maxim Lando. But the two have a lot in common — beyond the fact they’ll both be


Artists share their journeys in ‘Frame of Mind’

“There is everything to be said about cultural survival and the nuanced battles required to protect the core of oneself from annihilation,” reads the promotional material for “Frame of Mind,”

Family Friendly

Arts Live Actors Put Their Hearts In To ‘Holes’

When Louis Sachar’s classic young adult novel “Holes” was published in 1998, it was a success with both teen audiences and critics alike. Sachar’s complex but imminently readable book was

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

Feb. 28 (Friday) Preschool Story Time — Polar Bears, 10 a.m., Bella Vista Public Library. Free. 855-1753. Fourth Friday UFO — Come complete your UnFinished Object or start a new

Maker Space

March Art OverView

Now “Small Talk” — A focus exhibition that considers how contemporary artists employ language and text through themes of pop culture and word play, and techniques of assemblage and collage,

In The News

Trailside development piques interest

Fayetteville city leaders want to hone in on the economic potential of trails. About 47 miles of paved trails weave through the city, and another 26 miles are planned over

Making Ripples

Nightbird Books closes, leaves niche open in community

This is the end of an era for more than one Fayetteville tradition, and the beginning for quite a few, too. After 14 years in business, Nightbird Books, an independent