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Risa's Astrology

Let Maya Flourish and Deception Rule

We are seeing the two dimensions of Scorpio and the Nine Tests playing themselves out in our country (the U.S.). The two dimensions are two different perceptions about the president

Advice Goddess

Apt. 201B Or Not To Be

My boyfriend and I have been together for two years, and my lease is up in a few months. I was thinking about asking him if he wants to live

Cover Story

Unique, Useful And Beautiful

Boutique Show brings friends and fun together BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Two things become readily apparent about K.C. Pummill. The founder of the Northwest Arkansas Boutique Show has an easy, infectious

In The News

Past Leads To Future

Historic Cane Hill hires new director Lynn Kutter The new executive director for Historic Cane Hill Inc. will focus on building the community and making it a “vibrant place”

Making Ripples

Share The Good News!

It’s really not as bad ‘out there’ as we sometimes think AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples Remember when the sun suddenly disappeared and the whole world looked dark outside, but then


Diva For A Day

Sometimes a queen is what she seems REGGAN PARRISH Special to The Free Weekly Looking into a large mirror, Patty Johnson hums softly to herself and dances in place as


From The Heart

Band lets go, finds joy in new music JOCELYN MURPHY Dandelion Heart has been performing together a little more than a year and a half, but followers of the


‘Gems’ Sparkle in Florida

Crystal Bridges joins forces for ‘Cross Pollination’ exhibit JOCELYN MURPHY Martin Johnson Heade’s 19th-century series of hummingbird and habitat paintings, “The Gems of Brazil,” is a visitor favorite in

Family Friendly

Staying Busy

Theater artists pivot into new covid-19 concepts LARA JO HIGHTOWER Since March, we’ve talked a lot about artists and arts organizations “pivoting” in the face of a global pandemic

8 Days a Week

8 Days a Week

Nov. 13 (Friday) Inverse Festival — Continues through Nov. 15, The Momentary in Bentonville online. Free. Fandom Friday — Noon, Rogers Public Library via Facebook or YouTube. Free. 621-1152