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Shelters Stand Ready

Now is perfect time to adopt a new fuzzy friend AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples The year was 2005, and I was a student hoping to adopt a kitten after moving


Pets Paraded In June’s Virtual Art On The Bricks

LARA JO HIGHTOWER Since social distancing measures are still in place as the covid-19 virus continues to proliferate in Northwest Arkansas, the Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce has taken

Risa's Astrology

Gemini – a Line of Light Beams

We are in the time of Gemini – the most playful sign of the zodiac. Leo is playful, too, but in a different way. Gemini is like a line of

Cover Story

Summer Fun Coming Soon: Arts organizations still keeping kids engaged, entertained

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN It’s been a tradition in these pages to offer a list of summer opportunities for kids. This year’s classes and events are most often available in a


Hearing, Healing

Music helps lift up the isolated during covid times JOCELYN MURPHY “And I’ll rise up, I’ll rise like the day “I’ll rise up, I’ll rise unafraid “I’ll rise up,

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Storage tips for off-season clothes

Q. I’ve heard that I should store my clothing after seasons, but never bothered before. Now that I have the time, what are the basics I should know? A. Many of


‘War’ On The Home Front: TheatreSquared plans new online options

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN After one delay in the spring, TheatreSquared had hoped to open “My Father’s War” on June 17. That’s not happening. But with so much uncertainty in the

In The News

Seven Minutes, Seven Questions Author Rob Howell

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Rob Howell and I met at a wedding in Fayetteville, way back in 2005. Sounds perfectly normal, right? Not really. We met because we — and all

Family Friendly

Let The Fun Begin! Silver Dollar City ready to reopen

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Silver Dollar City patrons know the signs — “You will get wet” — seen at the entrance to many popular rides. This season, there will a little