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Festivals: Cinco de Mayo, White Lotus Day, Mother’s Day & Taurus New Moon

In this second week of May we have multiple festivals and celebrations encompassing history, culture, the spiritual and the personal. Cinco de Mayocelebrates Mexico’s defeat of the French army during

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Loot Actually and Weekend At Bernie Madoff’s

Loot Actually I’m envious of a friend whose boyfriend frequently does nice things for her: bringing her soup when she’s sick and surprising her with a weekend getaway and a

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Pilfered Paintings Performance: Festival hopes to catch a thief with walking theater

In the spring of 1990, half a billion dollars worth of art was stolen from Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in what remains the world’s biggest art heist. The 13

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Puppets, Poets And A Meteor Shower: Arkansas Public Theatre sets Season 36

What do mouthy puppets with relationship issues have in common with brothers Nick and Nigel Bottom, who are desperate to write a hit play but are stuck in the shadow


People You Think You Know: APT play a surrealist look at politics, passion, power

“It might be tempting, very tempting, to play these characters as imitations of the real deal,” playwright Lucas Hnath says of his surrealist dramedy “Hillary and Clinton.” “Don’t do it!


The Hills Are Alive! Sounds of opera return to Inspiration Point

If the idea of an opera performed in French or Italian is intimidating, Emily Dirks and Perry Chacon want to change that misconception. Dirks and Chacon will both perform this


Perfectly Themselves: Fenix Arts exhibit ‘Pronouns’ focuses on trans community

“For me, ‘Pronouns’ was inspired by a need in our society to grow,” says Jewel Hayes, co-curator of the new exhibit on show this month at Fenix Arts in Fayetteville.

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A Lot Of Art, A Little Magic: Little Craft Show back, better and more inclusive

As for most people, 2020 offered the Little Craft Show’s Monica Diodati some of the steepest challenges she had ever experienced. Four years ago, she moved to Northwest Arkansas because

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8 Days a week

May 7 (Friday) Virtual Architecture Tour — 11:30 a.m., Crystal Bridges Museum via YouTube. Free. 657-2335 or Mother’s May Market — Where families can gather, explore and create handmade

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Dinner dressing etiquette

Q. You wrote recently that a man should not “dress down in an athletic-looking fleece hoodie to a restaurant.” Can you explain to men how embarrassing it is when they