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LIVE! in NWA: John Fullbright, plus live music all over NWA

Oklahoma native John Fullbright returns to Northwest Arkansas with his band The Tulsa Revue for two shows this week. The Grammy Award-nominated singer/songwriter performs with guests Jacob Tovar, Paul Benjamin

Male Call

Clothes shrinkage is a serious problem, these tips can help

Q. I’m a bachelor and live alone. It’s important for my job that I look good. But when I wash my clothes, they always seem to shrink. It’s costing me

Risa's Astrology

Healing Wounds, Our Prayers Like Incense

Reminding ourselves we are now working under the Sun in Libra and Mercury retrograde in Libra, which will continue ‘til October 18 (station direct at 10 degrees Libra). We remain

Advice Goddess

Sorry, Wrong Num-Num

I love my boyfriend. We’ve been together two years. Recently, however, we’ve been experiencing conflict over the issue of children. He wants kids; I don’t. I’ve always felt strongly about

8 Days a Week

8 Days a Week

Oct. 1 (Friday) The Junk Ranch — 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 1; 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 2, 11195 Centerpoint Church Rd., Prairie Grove. $5-$10. thejunkranch.net. Junk at the Mill —

Galleries

Another’s Treasure: Beauty in eye of beholder at Junk Ranch Oct. 1-2

An auction was Junk Ranch founder Amy Daniels’ gateway drug into serious junking. She can’t remember what inspired the trip out to a farm sale with her sister Holly, but

LIVE! In NWA

LIVE! in NWA: Hillberry Festival, plus live music all over NWA

The Hillberry Harvest Moon Festival returns to The Farm campground in Eureka Springs Oct. 7-10. Festival veterans and co-presenters Railroad Earth headline Saturday and Sunday nights. Other returning festival favorites

Theater

‘Love’s Labour’s’ Found: UA stages play 18 months in the making

Paul Barnes, guest artist in the University of Arkansas Theatre Department, says the show he’s directing — William Shakespeare’s “Love’s Labour’s Lost” — is a good choice for the first

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Autumn On Emma Avenue: Downtown Springdale celebrates Ozarktober

Downtown Springdale, a nonprofit formed in 2011 to help revitalize Springdale’s Emma Avenue and surrounding area, has big plans for the month of October. For the fifth year, the organization