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Jan. 8 (Friday) Virtual Story Break – With Mrs. Tiffany, 10 a.m., Fort Smith Public Library via Facebook and YouTube. Free. 646-3945. Virtual Gallery Tour — 11:30 a.m., Crystal Bridges

Male Call

Look hot with a collar

Q. I know you like traditional clothes and neckties, but today there are fewer and fewer times when I wear a tie. Still, I do like to look good and

Risa's Astrology

Beginnings Are Fragile Things

Welcome to our strange and brave new world, 2021, everyone. We have a dreamy start to the new year as Mercury joins Neptune on the first day of 2021. Many

Advice Goddess

Couching Tiger and Cujo’s Diner

Couching Tiger I’m a woman in my late 20s in a happy, committed relationship. I had the idea of going to a therapist with my boyfriend so we can learn

Cover Story

Moving On: APT revamps Season 35 schedule

It’s official. “Meteor Shower” just became the longest-running play never to open on the Arkansas Public Theatre stage. Originally scheduled for March 20-29, the Steve Martin comedy was the first casualty of

In The News

Life Finds A Way: Opportunities take root in chaos of 2020

It is traditional that journalists look back at the end of the year, revisiting the stories that changed our little corners of the world. It has been our practice for

Making Ripples

‘Tis The Season — Or The Monday

Resolutions to improve the world can happen any time AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples New year’s resolutions may not be on many people’s minds this year. Who has time to make

Theater

Dreams Come True: Innovation pays off in T2 national recognition

“It’s a little bit like a fairy tale.” Those are the last words you might expect to hear from TheatreSquared co-founder and artistic director Robert Ford — or anyone running

Music

CACHE Weaves Cultural Web: Goal is supporting ‘artists, arts organizations and arts patrons’

When the Walton Family Foundation commissioned a cultural study of Northwest Arkansas in 2015, they discovered something surprising: Though the area was already rife with well-known cultural institutions like Crystal