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Ogle Outdoors

Momentary art expands beyond its walls JOCELYN MURPHY The inside of the Momentary is in a state of transition as the contemporary arts space in Bentonville prepares for its


Chaos Breeds Creativity

Fenix Fayetteville artists address the pandemic BECCA MARTIN-BROWN “Stay at home,” reads an image in Laurie Foster’s “Crosses and Losses 2020.” “The world is temporarily closed.” Foster took images


‘A Golden Age For SoNA’

Multi-talented Riley Nicholson new executive director BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Riley Nicholson says new friends in Fayetteville will no doubt be unsurprised by what he does in his spare time. “I


No More Horsing Around

Dolly Parton’s Stampede back to business in Branson BECCA MARTIN-BROWN If you want to see one of Branson’s famous music shows indoors, the staff of Dolly Parton’s Stampede has

Making Ripples

Living The Dream

Columnist still ‘Making Ripples’ AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples I was just minding my own business, doing dishes, cleaning the compost toilet, watering Herbert the wild toad and cooking pizza in

Advice Goddess

Real Houseknives

Real Houseknives I was dismayed at how off-base you were when I read your response to a woman wanting to give her female friend advice to stop her from dating

Risa's Astrology

Seeking A New World

We are under the sign of Virgo now. During Virgo we are to learn how to serve the self and then how to serve and care for others. Without knowledge

In The News

Expanding Narrative

Crystal Bridges exhibitions create new context for American art JOCELYN MURPHY Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville released the temporary exhibition schedule for 2021 only a few

Cover Story

Back In The Swim Of Things

Stream-A-Thon celebrates spirit of Roots Festival BECCA MARTIN-BROWN When the coronavirus changed everything in March, Bryan and Bernice Hembree and their Roots Fest co-founder, chef Jerrmy Gawthrop, knew they’d