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Risa's Astrology

On the Mystery Temple Doors — “Know Thyself”

Under the light of Gemini and especially with Mercury retrograde in Gemini, we turn inwards and learn more about ourselves – our beliefs, fears, hopes, wishes and dreams, our thinking

Advice Goddess

Hate-Loss Diet and Glued-In Allergy

Hate-Loss Diet Last year, I broke up with the man I was engaged to and loved deeply. I’d found out he was cheating on me constantly with many different women

Cover Story

The Myth-ing Link: Museum the first to merge fantasy, fact and folklore

Kendall Hart is an artist extraordinaire. His work is three-dimensional, beyond life-sized and so detailed, it looks like it could breathe, walk — and perhaps terrorize the countryside. It’s also

In The News

PRIDE Returns: NWA cities prepare to celebrate in June

The organizers who put together the Natural State’s largest event for Pride Month did what they could in 2020 to give people a chance to celebrate. The 2019 Pride parade


One Voice For Many: ‘My Father’s War’ an emotional tribute

Some time ago, TheatreSquared co-founders — and husband and wife — Amy Herzberg and Robert Ford paid tribute to the men who lost their lives on D-Day by visiting Utah


Rusty, dusty delights: Treasures abound at The Junk Ranch

When Amy Daniels and Julie Speed first started The Junk Ranch eight years ago, they couldn’t have known that it would grow into the event that it is today. The

Family Friendly

Summer Fun Just Begun: Camps, classes entertain Washington County kids

There’s no mistaking that kids who have navigated a year of pandemic protocols deserve a fun, relaxing summer. Luckily, a plethora of Northwest Arkansas area organizations are offering a wide

8 Days a Week

8 Days a Week

June 4 (Friday) Junk Ranch — 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Friday; 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, 11195 Centerpoint Church Road near Prairie Grove. $10/Friday (includes two-day admission); $5/Saturday. Virtual Architecture Tour

Male Call

Are tan dress shoes a thing?

Q. I’ve lived long enough to see the pink-and-black era of the fifties, to the Nehru jackets, then denim suits, the trim-cut men’s clothing of today, and all the crazy