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Hercules & the Lion’s Skin & Two Full Moons

We are in the month of Leo and the royal star, Regulus, the heart of Leo. Regulus is a star of first magnitude, and the star through which Sirius (Ray

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A Different Kind Of Folklore: Oral history project considers drag community in Arkansas

Arkansas Folk and Traditional Arts’ new project, an oral history of the Arkansas drag community, promises to uncover some fascinating accounts of the evolution of the art form in the


Lessons Learned: Symphony continues rich mix of music in 2021-22

The Fort Smith Symphony is taking the lessons learned during the pandemic and incorporating them into a 2021-22 season that promises everything fans have always loved — and more. “We


Five Minutes, Five Questions: Hoxxoh Joins The Unexpected

The Unexpected started as a mural festival — making Fort Smith an unexpected city of murals. Now in its seventh year, it returns to the River Valley — and to its roots

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Peace, Love And Americana: Music festival ‘all about having a laid-back time’

The Peacemaker Music Festival, now in its seventh year in Fort Smith, is “all about having a laid-back time enjoying the music and outdoors with your friends and family,” says


Collected Classics: ‘Our Town,’ ‘Inherit the Wind’ share APT summer stage

“He that troubleth his own house shall inherit the wind.” — Proverbs 11:29 As an actor, Michael Weir is a force of nature. You know that if you’ve seen him

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8 Days a week: Crystal Bridges offers drop-in tours

July 30 (Friday) Drop-In Tour — Big Picture: Art, Architecture & Nature, 11:30 a.m., Main Lobby at Crystal Bridges Museum. Free. 657-2335 or Virtual Gallery Tour — 3 in

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Brawl Straps and Quarantine Spirit

Brawl Straps I’m a woman in my early 20s. The guy I’m dating brought me to meet his friends. His male friends were warm and friendly. The women were awful.


LIVE! in NWA: Cate Brothers in Rogers; alt music gathering in Fayetteville

The Clapp Auditorium at Mount Sequoyah Center in preparing for two nights of dance and performance Aug. 20-21. The inaugural Fay Do Do event — the name is a play