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Making History

‘Black Experience’ is topic at Rogers Historical Museum BECCA MARTIN-BROWN When the Rogers Historical Museum reopened to the public Sept. 24, its exhibits showcased not just the past but

Advice Goddess

What An Earl Wants and Ex to Grind

What An Earl Wants This new guy I’ve been dating said he wants to keep things casual. I’m bummed because I’ve caught some pretty intense feelings for him. Is it

Risa's Astrology

Saturn – Teacher, Guardian, Time-Keeper & Rule of Law

All the planets at one time or another turn retrograde (appearing to move backwards), creating an inward-focused time. At present, Mars, Uranus, Neptune Pluto and Chiron are retrograde. And soon

Cover Story

Dusty, Rusty Relics

Loving hands turn history into heirlooms LARA JO HIGHTOWER In the fall of 2013, Prairie Grove residents Amy Daniels and Julie Speed had a dream: to build an open-air

Making Ripples

Who Are The Insects In The Neighborhood?

They’re beautiful, strange and sometimes sting! AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples Gardens are like neighborhoods in miniature, with itty bitty insects of all sorts crawling, fluttering and hopping around the mulch

Male Call

Sock it to me

Q. In this day and age, how important is it that I wear matched socks? My wife seems to think that this is still important, not me, I literally grab,

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

Oct. 2 (Friday) Happy Hour at the AMP — Uncrowned Kings, 4:30-10 p.m., Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion in Rogers. Free, but limited capacity; table reservation, $25. 443-5600, “The Laramie

Family Friendly

The Secret’s Out

Locally shot film leads to more in future JOCELYN MURPHY SkipStone Pictures out of California began its relationship with Northwest Arkansas when the production team chose this corner of


Quite The ‘Que

Bluesman brings comfort, down-home sound JOCELYN MURPHY When Fayetteville bluesman Buddy Shute was pondering a name for the new album from Buddy Shute & The Motivators, he was searching