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Four Festivals, Seeds of the New World Religion

Four spiritual festivals converge this weekend – Passover, Palm Sunday, Holi, the Hindu Spring Festival and the Aries solar Festival (full moon). The Tibetan in the Alice Bailey blue books,

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Gawking Tall; Meet Joe Blank Screen

Gawking Tall I really appreciate the science you laid out showing that men instinctively look at women, even if they really love the woman they’re with. Maybe I should stop

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Layers of meaning: Art and poetry speak to resilience of women

A new art installation in Bentonville’s Train Station Park offers layers of meaning along with its layers of magenta ruffles. “Guide These, My Hands” honors the compassion and resilience of


Paris In The Springtime: SoNA books flight of the imagination

Even as the worst days of the pandemic wane, it might seem a little soon to hop a flight to Paris. But the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas can take you


Spring In Bloom: ‘Flower Power’ blossoms on the walls of Brews

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN “I always try to invite a combination of artists who work in different mediums,” says John Rankine of the exhibitions he curates at Brews, a coffee/craft beer

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Laughing All The Way Home

Spotted hyena finds his ‘forever’ at Turpentine Creek Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge near Eureka Springs has 85 lions and tigers and bears — along with bobcats, cougars, leopards and African

8 Days a Week

8 Day a Week

March 26 (Friday) Story Safari — 10 a.m., Fort Smith Public Library via Facebook & YouTube. Free. Explore & Create — Pick up a creative artmaking activity for all

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One Final Ripple

Bancroft leaving column but not her calling Amanda Bancroft Making Ripples Editor’s Note: It is with great sadness we print Amanda Bancroft’s final column here. But we know she’ll keep