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Jackets, once informal, are now dressy

Q. I have a column of yours about summer suits when you said matched  suits are the dressiest and that blazers are next. I thought blazers had their origin with sporting

Risa's Astrology

Gratitude as Amulet & Talisman, a Radiance of Kindness

Wednesday is the Sagittarius new moon with Jupiter (Sag’s ruler), turning stationary direct. Very auspicious for our Season of Gratitude and Giving. Jupiter (Ray 2 of Love/Wisdom) direct – we

Cover Story

Vaudeville comes to life in Eureka Springs Nov. 25-27

A group of friends has found a creative way to help boost a creative place. When Eureka Springs locals Phyllis Moraga and Lorna Trigg were looking for a place to

In The News

Crystal Bridges brings Coach designer to NWA symposium

Fashion has been a hot topic in Northwest Arkansas the past few months. That’s due in part to the opening of “Fashioning America: Grit to Glamour,” Crystal Bridges’ first fashion


NWA Audio Theater presents World War II radio drama

‘Christmas in the Blitz’ WHAT — Northwest Arkansas Audio Theater presents an original radio-style audio play written by two veteran players, Steve and Lynette Unger. The story centers around the


William Clark Green shares songs about small towns in Fort Smith show

William Clark Green was one of many musicians who went on path of self discovery during the covid lockdown. “Before covid, 2019 was our biggest touring year. And I was


ANA brings back its own version of tiny art auction Dec. 8

It was a beloved tradition at the Arts Center of the Ozarks that always led to competitive bidding, proud artists and happy art buyers. But when ACO closed in Springdale,

Family Friendly

Festival of Trees glows at Mount Sequoyah, Ozark Ballet shares ‘The Nutcracker,’ more holiday events

The first ever Festival of Trees at Mount Sequoyah in Fayetteville opens to the public on Nov. 30 with the setup for the event starting at 9 a.m. Nov. 27.

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8 Days A Week

Nov. 25 (Friday) Drop-In Tour: Art Trail — Sculpture & nature, 1 p.m., Garrison Lobby at Crystal Bridges Museum. Free. 657-2335 or Evenings In Eleven — 5 & 6