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The Fastidious And The Furious

I’m a divorced guy in my 40s. I was at a bar with friends and went over to talk with a woman I found really attractive. Though she wasn’t the

Risa's Astrology

How to Create Peace

Wednesday to Thursday evening (Sept 15 -16), at the sighting of the first star in the heavens, is the Jewish Festival of Yom Kippur, Day of Forgiveness. We ask for

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The Boys Are Back In Town: Brothers Osborne kick off hot AMP weekend

The last time brothers John and TJ Osborne performed on the Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion stage, it was the summer of 2016, and the duo were one of the support


FSLT back in business with mystery-comedy romp

Murder may seem like a strange subject for a board game, but when English musician Anthony Pratt devised a game centered around one, it was an almost immediate hit. “Cluedo”


Silent film, live music create unique perspective on history

The United Nations has declared Sept. 21 an International Day of Peace, “devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, through observing 24 hours of non-violence and cease-fire.” In Fayetteville, observation


Iconic Art Comes Home: FSRAM opens expansion with artist John Bell Jr.

If you fell in love with the iconic Fort Smith scenes by artist John Bell Jr. exhibited in 2018, the Fort Smith Regional Art Museum has exciting news. Bell’s work,

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

Sept. 17 (Friday) Nature Weekend — Edible Gardens, Sept. 17-19, Crystal Bridges Museum. 657-2335 or Drop-In Tour — Big Picture: Art, Architecture & Nature, 11:30 a.m., Main Lobby at

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Songs And Stories: Fayetteville-born David Starr turns granddad’s book into album

David Starr was born and raised in Fayetteville, and many of his childhood memories center on time shared with his grandparents on “South School Street near where the bypass is


LIVE! in NWA: Trillium salon series returns, plus live music all over NWA

Avant garde percussionist Tatsuya Nakatani performs at 7 p.m. Sept. 24 inside the parking garage of downtown Fayetteville’s Likewise Community, as part of the Trillium Salon Series. Nakatani expands the

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Project your success

Q. My husband is generally a good dresser; however, sometimes he wears clothes that make me wonder what he’s thinking. Can you explain to him the necessity of consistently wearing quality clothes .