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Arts organizations offer spring break fun for kids

Spring is in the air, and the kids are out of school for a week. Help them find a creative outlet at one of the camps or art classes listed

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Saturn Enters Pisces – Ethics & Accountability, Order to Disorder

Saturn is the cosmic timekeeper, the teacher of discipline, restraint, regulation, accountability and the Law. It is a most stoic and distant planet as well as the most grounded. Saturn,

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WAC showcase screens seven films by Arkansas makers March 11

The link that binds together an evening of stories about parallel dimensions, reunited lovers, haunted games, a day in the life of a nursing home resident and a terrifying flight


‘Sanctuary City’ brings struggle of immigrants to T2 stage

Just as there is no rest for undocumented immigrants trying to keep a foothold in the United States, there is no rest for audiences experiencing Martyna Majok’s “Sanctuary City.” “The


5×5: Trevor New brings evolution of music to SoNA concert March 11

When the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas performs “New Canons” March 11, it will be unique in the truest sense of the word. The selections for the concert preview works on


At Crystal Bridges, Stieglitz exhibit refocuses attention on his role in American art

You may know a thing or two about Alfred Stieglitz — that he was a great early photographer or perhaps that he was married to American modernist artist Georgia O’Keeffe.

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Community School of the Arts’ ‘Footloose’ puts 43 students on stage

It’s bad enough to leave your home, your friends and your life in Chicago for a small farming town in the middle of nowhere. Ren, the central character of the

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

March 9 (Thursday) Crimes & Clues Book Club — “Race Against Time” by Jerry Mitchell, 9:30 a.m., Fayetteville Public Library. Free. Volunteer Tax Assistance — 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m., Fayetteville


LIVE! Music: Boots Riley at FPL; Home Sweet Home Festival in Bentonville

Musician, writer, director, activist — those are just some of the hats Boots Riley wears. Now add speaker to that list. He will be in Fayetteville from 6 to 8