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Risa's Astrology

Mercury Retrogrades In Aquarius

Disciples, Adepts and the New Group of World Servers (NGWS) all know the secrets and cycles, timing and movements of planets and stars. This is the Royal Path of Yoga

Advice Goddess

Blarenaked Ladies And Dad Man Walking

Blarenaked Ladies Whenever I feel like I click with someone, I want to be upfront and tell them I like them right away. My friends all say this is dating

Making Ripples

Let There Be Light!

Solar lanterns celebrate lengthening of days AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples Twilight is even more magical now that solar lanterns are part of our off-grid cabin. As the sunset fades, each


Wrapped In Laughter: T2’s ‘School Girls’ considers color, beauty and self

LARA JO HIGHTOWER The New York Times called Jocelyn Bioh’s “School Girls; or, the African Mean Girls Play” a “gleeful African makeover of an American genre.” With its opening

Cover Story

Sheltered: Pandemic inspires artists to consider isolation, refuge

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN “SHELTER,” an exhibit by artist Byron Keith Byrd, and “domicile” by Stefani Byrd, his niece, hold a unique place in the history of Fenix Fayetteville. Together with

In The News

A Foothold In Film: New Fort Smith fest seeks to build inclusive narrative

JOCELYN MURPHY On Jan. 14, members of the River Valley Film Society announced to the public Fort Smith’s first film festival, to be held this summer. The inaugural Fort


Metal With A Message: Mud Lung releases self-titled first album

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN “I can’t breathe. “I can’t breathe. “Say his name “feel his pain. “Pray again. “His name is not in vain.” — From “Just Us” by Mud Lung


Meet The Makers: Bourne says stay curious, persistent in creativity

Northwest Arkansas is a hotbed of artistic talent. In this year’s first Meet The Makers, we shine a spotlight on one of the folks who make up the creative, diverse

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The Year Ahead: Online Enhances Arts Live

Theater company continues to broaden horizons LARA JO HIGHTOWER Northwest Arkansas’ Arts Live Theatre is well established in the community — after all, it’s been around since 1983, when

8 Days a Week

8 Days a Week

Jan. 29 (Friday) Virtual Architecture Tour — Frank Llloyd Wright’s Bachman-Wilson House, 11:30 a.m., Crystal Bridges Museum via Zoom. Free. Register at 657-2335 or “Peace Through Music” — “A