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July: Run, fling, swing

Run for Veterans 7hills Homeless Center 3-10 7:30 a.m. — The 7 Hills Homeless Shelter’s 12th annual Run for Veterans 4-mile timed race and 1-mile fun walk will be virtual


A Lark In The Park : Robin Hood gives theater back to Siloam Springs

Siloam Springs Center for the Arts Director Jan Lauderdale welcomed a crowd estimated at 200 to 250 in an audience for the first of two showings of “The Somewhat True


Hometown Honors: Springdale celebrates award-winning fiddler Jenee Fleenor

There’s no two ways about it: People love Jenee Fleenor. Even if you haven’t heard of the Springdale native — whose maiden name was Keener — it’s a good bet

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Wise Beyond Their Years: Two actresses bring enthusiasm, heart to ‘Matilda’

“Matilda The Musical” is a show that is chock full of larger-than-life characters — but there’s little doubt that the youngest character, the 5-year-old genius Matilda Wormwood, is the beating


Art Feeds, Even Virtually: Creative summer camp goes online

Art Feeds — a nonprofit organization that uses art instruction to help kids process emotions — has a new “camp in a box” available for kids this month that’s not

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Point Guard Turned Pro: Globetrotter still loves life in basketball

Shane “Scooter” Christensen seems to have been born to be a Harlem Globetrotter. Growing up in Las Vegas, he was 13 when he saw a movie about legendary shooting guard

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

June 25 (Friday) Monster Maker — With the Amazeum, 10 a.m., Bella Vista Public Library. Free. Teen Night — Sidewalk Art, 5:30 p.m., Bella Vista Public Library. Free.


LIVE! in NWA: Arkansauce At Gulley; Trout Plays Crystal Bridges

The genre-hopping, four-piece string band — and regional favorite — Arkansauce bring their blend of bluegrass, newgrass, folk, Americana, country, blues and funk to Gulley Park gazebo in Fayetteville July