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Be like James Bond

Q. I ordered your book “Dress for Excellence” today; but can’t wait for it to arrive to know this answer. I recently made a purchase at Brooks Brothers, and, yes,

Advice Goddess

The Camera Sutra

The Camera Sutra I really like the girl I’m dating, except for one thing. On every date, she asks me to take photos of her for Instagram. Afterward, she consults

8 Days a Week

8 Days a Week

Sept. 3 (Friday) “September 11, 2001” — “The Day That Changed the World,” an educational exhibit, daily through Sept. 30, Fayetteville Public Library. Free. faylib.org. BPL in the Community —

Family Friendly

Ahoy, Maties! Parrot Island Waterpark throws Labor Day party

It’s Sunday of Labor Day weekend, and it’s way too late to catch a flight to the Bahamas — even if you had hundreds of dollars for the ticket and

Music

Price, Beach, Dvorak: Fort Smith Symphony opens season Sept. 11

“Playing Florence Price’s violin concerto is so empowering,” says Er-Gene Kahng, concert master for the Fort Smith Symphony. “It is an opportunity to celebrate Arkansas history, champion historically overlooked voices,

Galleries

Making Emma Avenue ‘Famous’: Historic hardware store becomes unique art gallery

As downtown Springdale enjoys a whole new vibrant life — with people strolling, shopping, dining and drinking — it boasts one attraction unique to Emma Avenue. The historic Famous Hardware

Cover Story

At Sacred Hollow Farm, customers pick wildflowers, find peace

In theory, Sacred Hollow Farm’s concept of a “u-pick’ wildflower farm is simple: Grab a pair of nips and a biodegradable paper cup with a splash of water in it

In The News

Let There Be Lights! Crystal Bridges brings back popular North Forest installation

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art has announced that the popular outdoor exhibit “North Forest Lights” will be returning to the museum in September and running through January 2022. This

Theater

Puppets Gone Wild! But love story is real in APT’s ‘Avenue Q’

Whether Princeton and Kate Monster find their happy ending on “Avenue Q” is in the hands of the puppet gods — and the wacky minds who conceived a musical tale