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Mercury Direct, Retrograde Planets & Days of Awe

Mercury stations direct this Sunday, Oct. 2, at 24 degrees Virgo. We continue to remain quite inward for a week or so, considering many details, including ordering & organizing our

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Music In The Mountains: Hillberry Harvest Moon Festival back and even bigger

Many moons ago, at a party in Rogers, the Hillberry Harvest Moon Festival was unknowingly conceived. “Our first event was a private party,” explains Jon Walker of Deadhead Productions. “We


Four Minutes, Four Questions – Adrienne Dawes & Estefania Fadul

If a university is a melting pot of cultures and ideas, then so too is University Theatre’s season opener, “This B*tch: Esta Sangre Quiero” by M.F.A. playwright Adrienne Dawes. The


New Northwest Arkansas company wants to keep the joy in musical theater

With a degree in musical theater performance from Liberty University, a private evangelical university in Lynchburg, Va., and a couple of off-Broadway shows on her resume, Kayla Grizzard has formed


‘Fashioning America’ brings ‘grit,’ ‘glamour’ to Crystal Bridges

If you’re under the impression that American fashion trends come only from Los Angeles and New York, Michelle Tolini Finamore is out to change your mind with “Fashioning America: Grit

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Fayetteville’s Arts Live presents Avery Batson’s ‘The Nobody Academy of Misfit Magic’

After she’s rejected from the top wizarding academy, a threat to the entire wizarding world leaves Alyssa and her fellow misfits to save the day in Arts Live Theatre’s production

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

Sept. 29 (Thursday) Book Sale — All day Sept. 29-Oct. 1, Springdale Public Library. Hosted by Friends of the Library. Admission is free. Evenings In Eleven — 5 &

Male Call

What suit is right for me?

Q. For me, and I suspect many other men, wearing suits and casual clothing have switched in recent years. I’m President of a small manufacturing company supplying the government, and barely


Live Music: Dorothy, Blackberry Smoke and more coming up

Dorothy and Dirty Honey are ready to show Fort Smith that “rock ’n’ roll is alive and well and thriving.” With her brooding, bluesy brand of rock, Dorothy has racked