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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.

Risa's Astrology

Light on the Path for the Week Ahead

This week (Wednesday) the Sun moves through the last days of Aries (initiating all things new) and enters comforting and sustaining Taurus on Monday. Aries is the sign of initiating

Advice Goddess

Needle In A Bae Stack

I am a 31-year-old woman, and I can’t figure out why I’m having such a hard time finding a man. I am attractive (in good shape and considered pretty); have

Cover Story Theater

No Longer Adrift: UA actors finally together again for streaming production

The first thing you need to know about the University Theatre’s production of “Men on Boats” is that it’s equal parts comedy and adventure. Jaclyn Backhaus’ play tells the “true(ish)”

In The News

Past, present, future: Pictorial history book chronicles Bella Vista’s unusual story

When Xyta Lucas and Dale Phillips were asked to recount the history of Bella Vista in one slim volume — the kind of pictorial publication pursued around the country by


Ready To Take Flight: Pilot Arts returns to stage with celebration of women

Maria Mitchell was America’s first professional woman astronomer. Mary Fields was the first African-American woman to deliver mail for the U.S. Postal Service. Junko Tabei was the first woman to