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Time of Turning Inward, of Remembering – Mars Retro Part 2

On Sunday, Mars, the red planet, turns retrograde, beginning a seventy-two-day reversal, offering humanity a time to turn inward to review and assess the past two year’s desires, aspirations, hopes,

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Nineteen actors, nine love stories at APT starting Oct. 28

In the fictional, unincorporated town of Almost, Maine, everybody knows everyone else — and they’re all falling in and out of love with each other. Some are even discovering they


YAG brings next generation of Disney villains to stage Oct. 27-29

“We have so many incredible alumni doing brilliant things,” Missy Gipson brags about the Van Buren-based Young Actors Guild. “We have two alumni currently performing on Broadway, Chad Burris in


SoNA opener includes Meyer, Shostakovich, Mussorgsky

“Go BIG or Go HOME.” That’s the title of a composition by Jessica Meyer, one of the most-performed orchestral composers of her generation. It blends, she promises, “hints of funk,


More than 90 works of art hang in second annual WAC exhibit

Bentonville artist Jan Waldon was the first to submit to the second annual “Our Art, Our Region, Our Time” exhibition, on display through Nov. 14 in the Joy Pratt Markham

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Halloween On The Big Screen – ‘Hocus Pocus,’ ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’ at WAC

Young movie buffs and those of us who been around the sun a few more times will have a chance to dance in the aisles of the Walton Arts Center

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

Oct. 27 (Thursday) Gallery Conversation — Critical Intersections: How Citizens, Planners and Builders Create Better Communities, 1:30 p.m., Orchard Trail at Crystal Bridges Museum. Free. 657-2335 or True Crime


LIVE! A Music Calendar – Fulbright, Moreland In Town; Roots Fest On Hiatus

John Fulbright and his band are sharing their “Social Skills” across the nation, including a stop at George’s Majestic Lounge in Fayetteville at 8 p.m. Oct. 26. The show is

Male Call

Look nice, but don’t overdo it

Q. My husband and I read your column regularly, and nearly every week, you help him add another element to the thought process in his morning’s clothing selections. But I’m