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Mercury Direct, Days of Awe & Apples & Honey for a Sweet New Year

This is our last week of summer. Thursday, September 14, is the Virgo new moon festival (22 degrees Virgo). At new moon festivals we “strengthen and support the endeavors of

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Welcoming Week NWA designed to bring cultures together

Sometimes it’s as complex as creating “global belonging, diversity, equity and inclusion” through policies instituted by the world’s largest retailer. Sometimes it’s as simple as trying on an outfit from


Season opener ‘SIX’ lets Henry VIII’s queens have their say

According to his first and last wives, you don’t have to know who Henry VIII was to enjoy “SIX.” “I think some people hesitate to go see a historical revision


Queens of the Stone Age bring new music to AMP Sept. 26

The end is nigh, according to Queens of the Stone Age, but their new album is about more than the finale. “I think there’s definitely some commentary in the lyrics


5×5: Artist Katie Merz creates own language in Momentary mural

They call it “public art,” and Bentonville is full of it, thanks to the efforts of organizations such as OZ Art NWA, which “elevates the regional arts scene by amplifying

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Silent films come to life with Paragon Ragtime Orchestra Sept. 16 in Van Buren

The Paragon Ragtime Orchestra will be at the 1891 King Opera House in Van Buren Sept. 16 to play the music that accompanies three silent films — plus the intro,

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

Sept. 15 LatinXNA Empowerment Forum — 9 a.m.-noon, The Momentary in Bentonville. $25. BPL in the Community — Beaver Tales at Osage Park, 10:30 a.m., Osage Park Pavilion in


LIVE! Music: Winfest Sept. 16; Nick Shoulders drops new CD; remember Shane Bailey

“Ozark mountain air, groovy tunes and good vibrations since 1983” is the vibe for Winfest this year. Food, crafts, vendors and more will abound. The Cate Brothers headline the music

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Proper attire important even for the retired

Q. I enjoy your column and often wish I wasn’t retired. There was a point in my career when I dressed as young doctors were supposed to. As I have now retired,