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LIVE! in NWA: Read Southall at George’s, plus live music all over NWA

Oklahoma City-based six-piece Read Southall Band returns to Fayetteville at 9:30 p.m. Nov. 12. The band is touring in support of their third album, “For The Birds,” dropped Oct. 22.

Advice Goddess

Fossil Fool?

My husband died of a heart attack at age 75. On his phone, I saw several unsettling texts from younger women, alluding to improper liaisons and asking for money. We

Male Call

Cooler weather brings different fashion choices

Q. I am coming into the office for the first winter after a promotion (which took place last winter during work-from-home). This means I am dressing at a more professional

Risa's Astrology

Unparalleled Times, On the Precipice of Light & Dark

In this Kali Yuga time, when the dark is allowed to be seen, we finds ourselves poised on the precipice of dark and light and participating in a great battle

Advice Goddess

Con Juan and Uneven Steven

Con Juan Lately, women’s magazines keep mentioning “sociopaths.” What is a sociopath? From what I’ve read, it seems like both my exes were sociopaths. How do I avoid attracting others?

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Pundits Turn To Podcast: Journalists’ recorded Gridiron showcases music

Now in the 18th year of its revival, the Northwest Arkansas Gridiron Show met the challenge of the pandemic by turning into a podcast. Admittedly, it loses something without the


Feeding The ‘Wolves’: UA play a challenge for cast of young women

Playwright Sarah DeLappe’s play “The Wolves” is, ostensibly, a play about high school girls playing soccer: The audience eavesdrops on seemingly mundane conversations held over practice sessions. Insults are hurled,


Music For ‘Folks’: Tradition, evolution meet in 74th Eureka Springs festival

By its simplest definition, “folk music” is just music for folks. It’s music that tells the stories of people’s lives, says Ozark Folk Festival organizer Nancy Paddock. “It’s the music


Hidden In The Grain: Woodcarvers reveal their magic at annual show Nov. 6-7

“I remember walking up to a lady and asking her how can someone like me, someone without any art degree of any kind, begin to carve,” Scott Boyle starts his