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Making Ripples

Spice Up Autumn

Pumpkins add fun to food, drinks and decor AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples It’s pumpkin time, and Halloween is almost here! We are celebrating the season a little differently this year


Beer, Tunes And Tech At Home

AMP Fest delivers via to-go format in fifth year JOCELYN MURPHY In light of the coronavirus pandemic, organizers knew they couldn’t host some 1,000 people at the Walmart Arkansas


Bringing Back Hope

Art Ventures exhibit a light in dark times LARA JO HIGHTOWER Northwest Arkansas’ art collective Art Ventures is opening a new exhibit called “Synchrony” this month — the sixth

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Snoopy Has Landed!

Peanuts mural encourages hope, humor BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Out of all the potential landing spots — not just in Arkansas, but worldwide — the iconic Peanuts puppy Snoopy has decided

8 Days a Week

8 Days a Week

Oct. 23 (Friday) Virtual Architecture Tour — Frank Lloyd Wright’s Bachman-Wilson House, 11:30 a.m., Crystal Bridges Museum via Zoom.Free. Register at Happy Hour at the AMP — Honeyjack, 4:30-10


The Future Of Theater

Young creators find ways to move forward LARA JO HIGHTOWER When the Broadway League — the trade group that represents theater producers — announced last week that Broadway would

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Hard Memories, Future Hopes

KUAF panel discusses anti-racism in the South LARA JO HIGHTOWER When KUAF presented its online panel discussion “The Movement That Never Was: Conversations on Anti-Racism in the South and


The Candidates, the Election & Our Choice (a Test)

I am writing this particular column two weeks before the election as many people are voting ahead of time. This election 2020 is different than all previous elections. It determines

Advice Goddess

At Debt’s Door

Quarantine’s been weighing on me, and I’ve been making a lot of unnecessary purchases. I know I need to stop wasting money, but I just keep ordering thing after thing.