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Risa's Astrology

Spring, New Zodiacal Year & International Astrology Day

This is our last week of both Pisces and the winter season (N. Latitudes)! On Tuesday, March 19, the sun, poised at the equator, enters Aries. Spring begins and we

Cover Story

Walton Arts Center brings voices together for April competition

Edward Mountz and Erick Amaya came to the first year of WACappella from very different places. Mountz, from Bentonville, is an actor focused on musical theater. Amaya, from Fort Smith,


CSA’s ‘Something Rotten’ a mashup of musical fun

“It was one of the first shows I ever discovered when I got into theater,” says Asa Stevens of the fast-paced, demanding musical “Something Rotten.” “I remember laughing hysterically at


AOP, NWACC ‘put it together’ for Sondheim musical revue March 16

Although the performance March 16 will be “primarily focusing on the musical numbers,” there is something of a storyline within “Putting It Together,” Stephen Sondheim’s own revue of Stephen Sondheim


Shiloh Museum exhibit reveals roots of CCC at Devil’s Den

“I can get a little choked up sometimes talking about the CCC,” says Tim Scott, assistant superintendent of Devil’s Den State Park near Winslow. “About 60 percent of the park,

Family Friendly

Four Minutes with Maia Rodriguez, a member of the U.S. Navy Sea Chanters

“Sea Chanters have a unique way of establishing commonality through the universal language of music,” says first-generation Cuban American Maia Rodriguez. “Every single person in that space may come from

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

See The World! TuLA: The Balance of Life — With modern and classical Indian music, dance, and costume, 4 p.m. March 16, Thaden School in Bentonville. Presented by Ra-Ve Cultural


LIVE! Music: Fayetteville Pop Festival celebrates local music

Lots of big sounds and big bands are planned for the inaugural Fayetteville Pop Festival. Just look at the lineup: Yuni Wa, White Mansion, The Phlegms, Benjamin Del Shreve, Pura

Male Call

How to look good without overdoing it

Q. During most of my business life, I dressed rather formally, primarily in suits and blazers, and I thought of myself as a guy who knew a thing or two