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Formal Attire Optional: Penguins welcome visitors to cool WOW home

The weather across the Arkansas and Missouri Ozarks has been pretty frightful — and if you hate the heat, Johnny Morris’ Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium just might

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Diversity, Inclusion, Movies: Bentonville Film Festival is meaningful fun

Grab your popcorn and your favorite movie buddy. The Bentonville Film Festival plans to open even stronger than recent years with a free screening series, celebrity coffee talks, panels, NFTs

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Many Stories, One Avenue: Roots Festival is back for June 17-19 weekend

After hosting 16 socially distanced concerts from April to August 2020 on South East Avenue right outside the Roots HQ, husband-and-wife founders of the Fayetteville Roots Festival Bryan and Bernice

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Mother-Daughter Connection: T2 musical is a journey toward reconciliation

Summer is a great time to take a road trip. Unless it’s an unexpected one — with your mother — whom you haven’t seen in years. “Miss You Like Hell”

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Eye of the beholder: Nothing is ‘junk’ at spring flea market

Nearly nine years ago now, Junk Ranch co-founders Amy Daniels and Julie Speed took a risk and hosted a small flea market on the grounds of the Viney Grove Community

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Around Every Corner: Tulsa Zoo summer home to 25 dinosaurs

Sneezy, the Tulsa Zoo’s biggest Asian elephant, a male, weighs about 11,000 pounds and stands between 9 and 10 feet tall at the shoulder. (In case you’re wondering, that’s about

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Living In The Moment: Fresh Grass festival promises to reach potential

Fresh Grass, a bluegrass and progressive roots festival, has had challenging beginnings here in Northwest Arkansas, but now it’s ready and raring to go at full speed with more than

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Modeling Each Other: Brothers make music from shared images, memories

Images rather than sound move Modeling to create music. Connor Brogran, the eldest of the three brothers who make up the indie electronic band, says that while they draw from

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Ready To Roar: Steel Horses ride in to River Valley May 6-7

You don’t need to ride a motorcycle to enjoy the Steel Horse Rally May 6-7 in Fort Smith, promises Dennis Snow, its founder and president. “It’s designed to be family-friendly,”

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Band Of Brothers: Earl and Ernie Cate celebrate 50 years at Little Rock theater

Sean Clancy sclancy@adgnewsroom.com An Arkansas rock ’n’ roll institution returns to Little Rock for a special concert April 30. The Cate Brothers Band, featuring twin brothers Ernie on keyboards and