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Advice Goddess: Jerk du Soleil

I’m a guy in my senior year of college. I cannot figure out how my roommate gets all the women he does. He’s a huge jerk to everyone, including women

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

May 14 (Friday) Virtual Architecture Tour — Frank Lloyd Wright’s Bachman-Wilson House, 11:30 a.m., Crystal Bridges Museum via YouTube. Free. 657-2335 or “At the Wedding” — A new love

Cover Story

Pilot Arts’ ‘Passion Project’: Women sing to their muses in new song cycle

For Missy Gipson, founder and executive director of Pilot Arts Theatre, things seem like they’re finally getting back to normal — or, at least, the new normal. She and her

In The News

In Her Own Words: Angie Albright brings her history to Shiloh Museum

“Always remember that, at the core of the Shiloh Museum, is serving the community, telling the stories of everyday people, and being a welcoming place that values every individual. If

Wisdom of Wicca

Broken or cherished? Cracks and scars only add to beauty

Earth Day is one which we should fill with gratitude for Mother Gaia, all deities of nature and harvest. They house us, nurture us, love us and tend to us


More Theater Is Better: ‘Next to Normal’ planned by fledgling company

Shannon Miller sees “theater done well” as a daily imperative as essential as a good cup of coffee. “I am pleased with the number of locations where I can get


A Decade With Dover: In-demand quartet returns to Artosphere roots

Milena Pajaro-van de Stadt candidly admits that the Dover Quartet’s canceled Artosphere appearance last year was perhaps the most heartbreaking of all the cancellations that happened to the ensemble in


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.

Family Friendly

Musical ‘Time Bombs’: What students learn expands over years

For five years now, budding young jazz musicians in Northwest Arkansas have had a rare opportunity to learn from established professionals, experience a recording session in a studio and perform