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AMP’d Up: Rogers venue prepares to welcome back live music

Do you hear that? The sounds of guitars, drums, your favorite song and 10,000 screaming fans echoing out over the Ozark hills once again? OK, so maybe those familiar sounds

In The News

Gone (Back) To The Grave

Author Abby Burnett studies Buffalo River cemeteries For more than 15 years, Abby Burnett was a household name around Northwest Arkansas as a columnist for The Springdale News, one of


From Ella To Beyonce: Jazz Fest returns, connects past to future

Year one: Found a new festival. Year two: Take everything completely virtual, expand teaching and performing musicians to international voices. Year three: Switch to a hybrid of in-person and virtual


To Sleep, Perchance To Dream

Artist finds solace in moments of nighttime solitude If you love a homegrown story that takes you back to your Arkansas childhood, you probably already know the voice of Sandra

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

April 23 (Friday) Fayetteville Jazz Festival — April 23-25, various locations in Northwest Arkansas. Events open to the public are free, but reservations are required to maintain social distancing standards.

Risa's Astrology

The Wesak Buddha Full Moon Festival. Crystal Bowls of Water in the Garden

Many years ago in the early 1970s I encountered an article in an alternative paper with symbols and shapes used for a festival called Wesak.  I lost the article but I

Advice Goddess

Life in the fastened lane and Wait problem

Life In The Fastened Lane I’ve been with my boyfriend for a year, and I love him, but I also love my independence. I need alone time, meaning space from

Male Call

In’s and Out’s of Outerwear

Q. I have read your explanations of what is more and less formal in suits, shirts, etc., and having worked in offices for decades I am generally clear on those.