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The Boys Are Back In Town: Brothers Osborne kick off hot AMP weekend

The last time brothers John and TJ Osborne performed on the Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion stage, it was the summer of 2016, and the duo were one of the support

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Chaffee Crossing Market a celebration of homegrown, handmade in Fort Smith

Ask Lorie Robertson to describe the Chaffee Crossing Farmers & Artisans Market, and she can’t say enough good things fast enough. The next-to-last edition of the “monthly festival-style market centered

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At Sacred Hollow Farm, customers pick wildflowers, find peace

In theory, Sacred Hollow Farm’s concept of a “u-pick’ wildflower farm is simple: Grab a pair of nips and a biodegradable paper cup with a splash of water in it

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Forward, Together: Flag Project looks at immigrant past, hope for future

When multidisciplinary Denver-based artist Jaime Carrejo was approached to participate in the Momentary’s Flag Project, he knew he wanted to create a hopeful work to acknowledge the challenges everyone faced

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Please Take Your Seats: WAC joyfully welcomes patrons for 30th anniversary season

As the programming team approached building the 2021-22 season at the Walton Arts Center with cautious optimism, the first priority on their minds was previous artist commitments. How many pre-pandemic

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The Real Wild West: Foley film the definitive story of ‘Hangin’ Judge’

Filmmaker Larry Foley admits that the story of “Indians, Outlaws, Marshals and the Hangin’ Judge” has largely been a regional one — until now. Now, his film by that name

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‘More Than A Live Orchestra’: SoNA announces season filled with ‘renewed vigor’

The year of the pandemic might have been a blessing in disguise for the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas, says Music Director Paul Haas. “During this past season, we had to

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A Different Kind Of Folklore: Oral history project considers drag community in Arkansas

Arkansas Folk and Traditional Arts’ new project, an oral history of the Arkansas drag community, promises to uncover some fascinating accounts of the evolution of the art form in the

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A safe haven: Kids explore identity at LGBTQ camp

MIRANDA STITH Special to The Free Weekly A mother wearing a rainbow mask and her 15-year -old daughter stood on the steps of the Arkansas State Capitol building on March

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Road to Miss Universe: UA grad Barber wins Miss Arkansas USA title

The crown is certainly bigger — and in some ways, so is the stage. In the Miss America Pageant system, the national title is as far as a contestant can