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Passover, Mercury Stations Direct, Aquarian Salon

We are now in the time of Passover (Pesach), the Jewish festival of freedom and the story of the Angel of Death passing over the homes of the Hebrew people

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Theatre Collective wraps stories of women in ‘what they wore’

Whether it’s your first Brownie scout uniform, your beloved mother’s electric blue bathrobe or the persistent, embarrassing, lifelong pursuit of the perfect bra, clothes may not make the woman, but


NWACC brings back musical theater with ‘The Spitfire Grill’

The Orange County (Calif.) Register says “The Spitfire Grill” “channels the tone, if not substance, of musicals like ‘Once’ and ‘Come From Away.’” Northwest Arkansas audiences might think instead of


Home Sweet Home fills Bentonville with music April 26-27

Jared Sears once went door to door looking for spaces to hosts concerts for City Sessions. Now people come to him hoping to have a concert in their living room.


Fort Smith remembers William O. Darby with Darby Challenge

There’s a story still told around the Fort Smith Museum of History about a boy who got his name in the newspaper for leading his friends on an adventure through

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Artosphere In Bloom: Lots of free events highlight WAC May fest

Since 2010 the Artosphere festival’s aim has been to create a framework to discuss issues of sustainability and environmental awareness by highlighting artists and performers who are inspired by nature.

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

Walk & Talk Art NWA Makers Spring Market 2024 — Art, jewelry, furniture, home decor, food, toys, clothing, woodwork, bath products, seasonal items, food trucks and more, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.


LIVE! Music: Ukuleles, Aubrey Logan and Ozark Folk Fest

George Hinchcliffe’s Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain and Aubrey Logan Band are bringing fun and engaging music to Walton Arts Center April 26 and 27. There are no drums, pianos,

Male Call

Are solid-color ties out of date?

Q. Are solid-color ties out of date? In the past I would wear a solid black tie, but now I fear it looks 1960’s. Obviously some still wear solid red,