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8 Days A Week

May 6 (Friday) First Friday — Pet-a-palooza, 11 a.m.-9 p.m., on the square in Bentonville. Free. Featured Artisan — Just for Pearls, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. May 6-7, Museum Store


Love Birds: Craftivist musicians support nature scholarship

Their music is for the birds — and Still on the Hill is proud to make it. Kelly and Donna Mulhollan, known for their prolific catalog of Ozark music, will


LIVE! In NWA: Old Crow Medicine Show Comes To Momentary

BENTONVILLE • Soul Nite with Ms. Val Harding & Wall Street Band happens at 9 p.m. May 6 ($10-20); Johnny Rawls and the Fred Olsen Blues Band play at 7 p.m. May 15 ($25-35); and Funk


Nature Vs. Nurture: Opera Fayetteville considers life in ‘Habitat’

Matthew Aucoin’s contemporary opera “Second Nature” was commissioned to be performed at the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago — clearly defining to the composer a small, short piece written with

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Buy quality clothing, even when bargain shopping

Q. You wrote about finding quality clothing affordably at a thrift shop, and I’m wondering about a few shirts I picked up. They had 3 white shirts in my size by

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Mother –– our Life, Our Love, Our One & Only

Esoteric Astrology as news for week May 4 – 10, 2022 Mother –– our Life, Our Love, Our One & Only Sunday (May 8) is Mother’s Day. Let us share


Bigger Than Its Name: Little Craft Show draws artisans beyond NWA

While you can count on the Little Craft Show to come through with food trucks, a photo booth and Mother’s Day giveaways, as you may have come to expect, this

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ArtRageous In Eureka: Old faves, new fun come with return of May festival

Executive Director Kelly McDonough might be understating the situation when she says Eureka Springs School of the Arts “has been extremely fortunate to have come through the pandemic with great

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Ready To Roar: Steel Horses ride in to River Valley May 6-7

You don’t need to ride a motorcycle to enjoy the Steel Horse Rally May 6-7 in Fort Smith, promises Dennis Snow, its founder and president. “It’s designed to be family-friendly,”