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Some shorts are too short for shorts

Q. I just saw an article in The New York Times, saying that the new look in men’s shorts is very short. That sounds bad enough, but the ones they showed ranged

Risa's Astrology

Chiron in Aries — Humanity’s Self Identity

Chiron (a small solar system, an asteroid, between Saturn & Uranus) left the Neptunian waters of Pisces and entered Aries (all things new) February 2019. Since then humanity has been

Advice Goddess

Leave Actually

I broke up with a guy I dated very briefly and said it’d be best for me if we didn’t maintain contact. He respected this for a while, but he’s

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T2, Together Again: Company celebrates 2021-22 season

When TheatreSquared staff greeted a gathering of donors and supporters at an event in May, they started out the evening’s proceedings by raising a glass in a toast to the


‘Straight White Men’: APT comedy considers family, privilege, success

Begin, if you will, with this premise: Three adult sons are spending Christmas with their widowed father. They love him, they love each other, and they want nothing more than


Music To Our Ears: Summer weather brings outdoor sounds

It’s outdoor concert season. And if that statement on its own isn’t music enough to your ears, the fact that we have REAL LIVE CONCERTS to look forward to ought

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Summer Fun Just Begun: Camps, classes entertain Benton 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


A Place To Call Home: Artists of Northwest Arkansas open new Rogers gallery

As a new presence on the Rogers art scene, the Artists of Northwest Arkansas hope to bring to the table “a wide array of art, art workshops, educational opportunities and

8 Days a Week

8 Days a Week

June 11 (Friday) Virtual Architecture Tour — Frank Lloyd Wright’s Bachman-Wilson House, 11:30 a.m., Crystal Bridges Museum via Zoom. Free. 657-2335 or Artists of Northwest Arkansas Gallery — Noon-8