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LIVE! in NWA: Fayetteville Roots on the Avenue fills the square with music June 17-19

This year’s Fayetteville Roots Festival, Roots on the Square, will take over the downtown square at East Avenue in Fayetteville June 17-19. The three-day concert series kicks off with Iris

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A trip to Europe offers an opportunity for fine shopping

Q. I have a work trip to London coming this Spring, and given that this is our first trip in years, I plan to take two quick excursions to Paris


Let’s Eat: Nola’s Pantry, Pasta Roma, Dollar Slice Club

A new specialty grocery store complete with a cafe will open soon in downtown Rogers. Nola’s Pantry, at the corner of Chestnut and First streets, will specialize in “small batch

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Lent – 40 Days & 40 Nights – a Reflective Time

Tuesday this week was Mardi (Tuesday) Gras (rich, fat) – always falling the day before Lent (40 days & nights of purification & preparation). Lent is almost like a Mercury

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Ex Salad Sandwich

My boyfriend of a year is caring and thoughtful and perfect in nearly every way — except one. He’s really good friends with his ex. They grab lunch every week,

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Three Days, 33 Films: Rogers Short Film Festival wants place on the map

“Short films typically get the ‘short’ end of the stick at traditional film festivals, pardon my pun,” says Elizabeth McCurdy, co-director with StudioChunky’s Barry Cobb of the Rogers Short Film


April Wallace: Words still fun with kiddos

A few weeks ago, as my husband and I were cleaning the after-dinner mess, I mentioned this cool new word game I had seen my friends playing for a couple


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


Percussion Possibilities: Marimba centerstage with Fort Smith Symphony

“It’s mind-blowing for me to remember that because of one single request from my band director, my life has had such an incredible journey,” says Tommy Dobbs, assistant professor of