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Mother’s Day – A Wish, a Greeting, a Blessing & a Poem

Mother’s Day is this Sunday, May 12. The moon is in a perfect position in Cancer, sign of the mother – intelligent, loving, nurturing and nourishing. Maybe, or maybe not.

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Larry Foley documents immigration that created Tontitown in new film

“The work was hard and unfamiliar, and the water was not clean. Malaria from mosquitoes made us sick, and too many died. I heard their cries from the cotton field.” —


‘A Forest in the City’ lets kids create the world at WAC

“We speak many languages, but for me dance is the international language of the body,” says Valentina Consoli. “Especially in Italy, we know that, because we are really moving a


Artosphere Orchestra says farewell with fan favorites

“When I first imagined Arkansas, I did not know what to expect,” Corrado Rovaris admitted in a 2017 interview. “Being from Italy, Northwest Arkansas was completely unknown. Now … I


Eureka Springs’ May Fest builds artistic image

“We’re looking for fun people…” In this particular case, Sandy Martin — president of Eureka Springs Arts Council, the organizer of the May Festival of the Arts — wants Eureka

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River Valley Film Society Hits Homerun With Movie Night May 16

FAQ Meet The Marshals Movie Night WHAT — Meet Fort Smith’s new Mid-America League baseball team the Marshals and experience Larry Foley’s documentary “The First Boys of Spring,” narrated by

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

Learn some of the history of the Arkansas Ozarks at programs Tuesday in Rogers and Wednesday in Springdale. Historically Speaking Second Tuesday Lunch & Learn — “Last Call: History of


FreshGrass, But No Backwoods: Festival at Momentary on, Mulberry Mountain offFreshGrass, But No Backwoods

Ticket are still on sale for this year’s FreshGrass festival with headliners Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Trampled by Turtles, Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway and more May 17-18

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Downsizing? What clothes to keep and which to purge

Q. My husband and I are trying to empty a room that has been essentially our walk-in closet. Our grandson will use it to stay when he goes to college