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Two Fishes with a Silver Cord

Esoteric Astrology as news for week February 22 – 28, 2023 Two Fishes with a Silver Cord We are under the light of Pisces until March 20, when Sun enters

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Arkansas Winds remember founder with Feb. 25 concert

Piecing together a seemingly mismatched set of pieces, the Arkansas Winds Community Concert Band will present “A Musical Mosaic” that will pay homage to its founder in a special concert


UA’s ‘Hedda Gabler’ has modern messages about equality, mental health

“You find it so hard to accept that a young girl might … want – just a little peek in at a world which – which she is not permitted


Emmy-winning composer Amos Cochran brings sonic dreamscapes to Van Buren

Emmy-winning composer Amos Cochran is looking forward to performing in Van Buren. After all, that’s where he lives. The Fort Smith Symphony String Quartet will present a collection of his


Rogers Historical Museum exhibit depicts love in the early 1900s

Celebrating Valentine’s Day all spring long, “The Etiquette of Courtship,” a themed tour, “was inspired from the history of the Hawkins House itself,” says Rachel Smith, assistant director and curator

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History of Black cowboys on stage Feb. 25 in Alma

It might not come as such a surprise in the River Valley, where students learn about Bass Reeves, the first Black deputy U.S. marshal west of the Mississippi River. But

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

Feb. 23 (Thursday) Nativing Suburbia — Neighborhood Gardening Series Part I with the Pollinator Partnership, 9:30 a.m., Bentonville Public Library. Free. Register at Citizenship Classes — 3:30 p.m., Fayetteville


LIVE! Music: Fayetteville celebrates Ocie Fisher at benefit; Grammy winner Ashley McBryde performs in Fort Smith

A benefit celebrating Northwest Arkansas musician Ocie Fisher will feature an array of local talent and a silent auction. Fisher recently suffered a stroke, and her friends organized the show

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The “popped collar” style: In or out?

Q. I recently read an article about the men’s style of wearing a “popped collar.” It referred to it as dated and described the look as uppity, snooty, and obnoxious. It