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Sirius – Where Love & Freedom Originate

The Month of August is overseen, directed and guided by the blue star Sirius, seen in the sky to the left of Orion. Sirius is to our solar system what

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Henry Rollins talks free speech, censorship, technology and more at FPL

Henry Rollins will open the Innovation Speakers series at the Fayetteville Public Library with “Libraries Are Punk Rock” on Aug. 12. Rollins, the front front man from Black Flag and

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Broadway And Beyond: ‘Moulin Rouge,’ ‘Bach to Bowie,’ Marty Stuart and more at WAC

During the worst days of the pandemic, the Walton Arts Center staff learned several lessons that solidified their commitment to bringing a wide variety of arts events to Northwest Arkansas.


Ambitious And Stubborn: Shereen Ahmed is her own ‘Fair Lady’

Like her Eliza Doolittle, Shereen Ahmed started down a different path but found the right one for her. The lead actor in Lerner & Loewe’s “My Fair Lady,” stopping Aug.


Step Right Up! Hellzapoppin Circus Sideshow urges ‘face your fears’

A sideshow circus troupe invites audiences to “face your fears” as acrobats fly without nets and performers swallow swords and razor blades, eat and breathe fire or walk on broken


So Many People To Meet: Shiloh Museum shares newly digitized photos

The photo collection at the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History in Springdale is massive, one that both locals and people from across the country make use of for all manner

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Family First: Chinese cartoons filled with joy, togetherness

You never know what you’ll find in the permanent collections of the Fort Smith Regional Art Museum! Right now, for example, you can see something you probably wouldn’t expect on

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

Aug. 11 (Thursday) Crimes & Clues Book Club — “The Missing American” by Kwei Quartey, 9:30 a.m., Fayetteville Public Library. Free. Evenings In Eleven — 5 & 6:30 p.m.,


LIVE! A Music Calendar featuring The Chicks at the Walmart AMP

The Chicks are coming to town Oct. 4, and they are bringing Patty Griffin with them. Emily Robinson, Natalie Maines and Martie Maguire released their first album, “Wide Open Spaces,” in 1998 under