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A hat for all occasions

Q. You wrote recently about not overdoing cowboy boots and other regional styles, and I was wondering about hats. Are there hats that are accepted everywhere in the country, others that

Risa's Astrology

Pisces – Two Fishes Saving the World

Esoteric Astrology as news for week February 23 – 2, 2022 Each year, at the end of February and much of March and just before spring arrives, we are under

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Heavy Settle and Grille Cheese

Grille Cheese Female, 25, straight, single, and looking for a boyfriend on dating apps, as are my female friends. We’re all wondering what’s with these guys who post profile photos

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‘The Tabla Can Speak’: SoNA welcomes Indian drum master Sandeep Das

Fans of orchestral music may not know the name of tabla master Sandeep Das or the music of Dinuk Wijeratne’s Tabla Concerto. But on Sept. 26, they will learn “that

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CACHE Offers Cash: Tyson initiative funds artists, performers, more

It’s no secret that lack of funding can get in the way of many artistic productions, but now there are numbers to back that up locally and funds in place


Race, Relationships, Roles: T2’s ‘Tiger Style!’ looks at cultural identity

If you’ve ever disappointed your parents, you might relate to “Tiger Style!,” a comedy about race, family relationships and the definition of success, which opened this weekend at TheatreSquared. Brother


Five Minutes, Five Questions: Singer/songwriter John McCutcheon

“John McCutcheon is not only one of the best musicians in the USA, but also a great singer, songwriter and song leader. And not just incidentally, he is committed to


‘The Light Fantastic’: Crystal Bridges considers medium as message

Whether we think about it much or not, light often informs artwork in one way or another. A new focus exhibition at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art explores the

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A Long And Winding Road: Car club celebrates at Fort Smith Museum of History

It has been a long and convoluted journey without a road map to follow, but on Feb. 26, the Fort Smith Antique Automobile Club will finally make its victory lap