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2022 In Review: T2, WAC, APO and more celebrate successes in 2022

With the end of the year in sight, we asked some of our friends in the arts what happened in their organizations in 2022 that excited them most. These are


Fort Smith Little Theatre season includes ‘Deathtrap,’ ‘Cinderella,’ ‘Arsenic and Old Lace’

“Based on my experience with FSLT, I think there are two main reasons why the theater has lasted so long: community support and dedicated volunteers,” says Joanne Peterson, president of


Area history museums offer hours of escape for kids, holiday visitors

The gifts have been opened, the turkey, ham, sweet potatoes and pecan pie consumed — and it’s a long time until school starts again. What now? Northwest Arkansas is fortunate

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Eureka artist Zeek Taylor sees stories hit the big time in new anthology

It all started with an assignment for a decorator pillow company that used Zeek Taylor’s art images for pillow tops. “The pillow with the (clothed) chimp image became a big

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

Dec. 29 (Thursday) Baby Bookworms — For babies up to 24 months, 10 a.m., Fayetteville Public Library. Free. Story Time — 10 a.m., Fort Smith Main Library. Free.


LIVE! Music: OzMoMu returns to Eureka Springs Jan. 19-23

Lindsay Lou will the headliner at the 2023 Ozark Mountain Music Festival, which returns to the Basin Park Hotel in Eureka Springs Jan. 19-23. She is a renowned singer/songwriter and

Risa's Astrology

The12 Days of Christmas – Bird Chirps the Future

Esoteric Astrology as news for week December 28 – Jan, 6, 2022 The12 Days of Christmas – Bird Chirps the Future Our new year of 2023 begins under two retrogrades

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What is ‘less formal?’

Q. I work at a government office and with hybrid work there is a strong possibility our office wear will become less formal. I know that would mean no ties