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The Year Ahead: Online, On Campus, Inclusive

Shiloh Museum sets goals for growth in 2021 BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Never ask Allyn Lord her objectives for the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History — at least, not unless you

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The Year Ahead:Creating Amazing Moments

Museum maintains interactivity through multiple channels JOCELYN MURPHY The Scott Family Amazeum may have had to temporarily shutter its doors last spring due to covid-19, but staff and educators

8 Days a Week

8 Days a Week

Feb. 12 (Friday) Story Safari — 10 a.m., Fort Smith Public Library via Facebook and YouTube. Free. Virtual Architecture Tour — Frank Lloyd Wright’s Bachman-Wilson House, 11:30 a.m., Crystal

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Gained some pandemic weight, hide it with a sweater

Q. During Covid, when I’m working at home and around food all the time, I have gained weight, especially in the middle. I’m looking for a way to downplay it.

In The News

Time Is Precious For Small Businesses

Closing early may have done irreparable harm MARY HENNIGAN Special to NWA Democrat-Gazette (EDITOR’S NOTE: This story was written by University of Arkansas student Mary Hennigan while the bars in

Risa's Astrology

Aquarius — Space Waters

The Mercury retrograde continues. We all circle inward. Well, most of us. Those born with natal Mercury retrograde are going out and about, finally feeling they are free and able

Advice Goddess

Stare Way To Heaven

I’m a girl in my early 20s, and I recently started dating a guy I met in college. I’m very happy, except for one issue: For as long as I’ve


Persistence Pays Off

Fort Smith Symphony continues live concerts BECCA MARTIN-BROWN “All things considered, our 2020 concerts have been extremely successful,” says John Jeter, music director of the Fort Smith Symphony. “There


Still Waiting To Go

Fort Smith Little Theatre continues hiatus BECCA MARTIN-BROWN While other companies in the region have scrambled to find a way to produce something akin to live theater, Fort Smith