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Arts On Hold For Now

WAC, SoNA, APT postpone until 2021 BECCA MARTIN-BROWN There are bright spots in the bad news that came July 7. The Walton Arts Center, the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas

Risa's Astrology

Invitation to Join the New Group of World Servers

We have a new moon early Monday during our last week of Cancer (the Soul as a lighthouse), “building a lighted house of direction within the personality.” On Wednesday the


Bentonville Abuzz

21c welcomes guests back as reopenings continue JOCELYN MURPHY The hotel side of Bentonville’s 21c Museum Hotel has reopened, along with its signature restaurant and one of Bentonville’s favorite


Five Minutes, Five Questions Michael Cochren

JOCELYN MURPHY As musicians and music-lovers alike are itching for the chance to get their live music fix — but in a safe way — Awakening Events offers a


WAC Puts Broadway Season On Hold

SoNA and APT follow suit, waiting for 2021 BECCA MARTIN-BROWN The Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville announced Tuesday that all Broadway shows — and any performance with an anticipated

Making Ripples

Going Native

Even native gardening is a science experiment AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples Native bushes are a great alternative to exotic invasive hedgerows. These shrubs are experienced survivalists, as long as we

Risa's Astrology

Life, Creative & On The Edge

The coming weeks and months will be very challenging for humanity. The present, continuing and upcoming transits, phenomenal in their power, force, strength and multiplicity (with more to come), have

Advice Goddess

Sittin’ On The Dock Of The Bae

Sittin’ On The Dock Of The Bae I’m a 34-year-old woman, and I’ve been with my boyfriend for about eighteen months. He’s a loving guy but comes up a little


Go Big! Go To Guy’s

Fieri brings dining fun to Branson Landing BECCA MARTIN-BROWN “Guy Fieri is the master of fun,” says Rosemary Rose, president of FACE Hospitality, the group that just opened Guy

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Walls Of Wonder

Festival hopes to bring unity, joy to Fayetteville JOCELYN MURPHY Originally scheduled for April in conjunction with the Green Heart Festival but sidelined by the coronavirus, Fayetteville’s inaugural street