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Risa's Astrology

Hearing the Angels Sing

Christmas may feel different this year due to all the potent placements, shifting and changing of the planets. We are in the Venus retrograde where all values begin to change.

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Ring In The New Year: Dec. 31 events offer something for everyone

Most of us are ready to say goodbye to 2021 — but not quite sure what lies in store for us in 2022. We’ve rounded up just a few of


‘God bless us, every one!’: ‘Christmas Carol’ brings magic back to TheatreSquared

When TheatreSquared carries on its tradition of presenting the Amy Herzberg- and Robert Ford-penned adaptation of Charles Dickens’ holiday classic “A Christmas Carol” this year, the show will launch in


A Cozy Christmas Evening: UA grad promises new music, laughs, nostalgia

TheatreSquared’s holiday show “The Heart of Christmas: Songs and Stories of the Season” may be just what you need to get into the holiday spirit. A classic cabaret, the show


Framed In Fabric: Textiles map cultural histories of fashion

In preparing for the newest temporary exhibition at the Momentary multidisciplinary arts space in Bentonville, there was a reluctance to even use the word “fashion” in the title — though

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Skating rink a blessing for Community Rescue Mission

The circumstances that bring someone to Community Rescue Mission are very rarely happy ones. In general, the people who move in to the 10 single-family apartments have lost a battle

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

Dec. 24 (Friday) Christmas in Old Bella Vista — With a gift shop sale, book signing of “Bella Vista: Images of America,” tours of the Settler’s Cabin and more, 10


LIVE Music: Horton Headed For Blues Challenge; Roots Fest Scheduled

“Winning Memphis would be a dream come true and so much more,” Jeff Horton says. Horton is the founder of the Jeff Horton Band, which formed in Bentonville in 2011,

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The Meaning of Black and White Attire isn’t Black and White

Q. I just got an invitation to a small New Year’s Eve party. It asks us to come in Black and White Attire. Does it necessarily mean formal or just