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Let Isolation & Despair Do Its Work

Each sign of the zodiac has two keynotes – that of the personality and that of the Soul. Keynotes are a tone, a note, a central theme expressing the essence

Advice Goddess

Thin Line Between Love and Bait

My relationship with a man I’d been dating was getting serious. His previous relationship ended when his girlfriend dumped him. Last month, he ran into her and told her he

Cover Story

Magic In The Garden: Firefly Fling brings back fairies, food, music

The Botanical Garden of the Ozarks might not have known its family friendly extravaganza, Firefly Fling, would take flight when it launched over a decade ago, but today it’s one

In The News

There she is, Miss Arkansas! Twirler Whitney Williams brings title home to UA

A few facts about the new Miss Arkansas, 23-year-old Whitney Williams: She is a senior at the University of Arkansas, where she is pursing a degree in speech language pathology.

Wisdom of Wicca

A Little Help From Another Mom

Bastet — and two kittens — bring comfort to family Last night, we were gifted two black kittens, which we named Lucifer and Icarus. The cat my son had originally


Small But Mighty: Message of ‘Matilda’ is kids can change the world

“Matilda the Musical,” based on Roald Dahl’s 1988 book, burst on to the theatrical scene in 2011 with a West End production, which opened to widespread critical acclaim. It transferred


Comedy, Music, History: ‘Local Color Radio Hour’ benefits Fort Smith museum

Take “Prairie Home Companion.” Stir in a little bit of the “golden age of radio,” add a touch of “Saturday Night Live.” And focus it all on Fort Smith history.


Four Minutes, Four Questions: ‘Re-Emergent’ artists David Bachman and Nathan Jay Mabry

So many of us turned to the arts in some form or another over the past year. Even when it was impossible to see or feel or experience it in

Family Friendly

Stories Unite Us: ‘Homegrown Tales’ returns to Eureka Springs

If you know Zeek Taylor as an artist, you’ve already experienced him as a storyteller. Often — almost always — his paintings have a quirky little narrative: “Even though her

8 Days a Week

8 Days a Week

July 9 (Friday) Virtual Gallery Tour — Three in 30, 11:30 a.m., Crystal Bridges Museum via Zoom. Free. 657-2335 or Drop-In Tour — Big Picture: Art, Architecture & Nature,