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Pilfered Paintings Performance: Festival hopes to catch a thief with walking theater

In the spring of 1990, half a billion dollars worth of art was stolen from Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in what remains the world’s biggest art heist. The 13

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Invited To The Wedding: T2’s return to live theater exciting, emotional

In a show-stopping monologue at the top of Bryna Turner’s “At the Wedding,” main character Carlo details the lofty heights of falling in love: “Food will taste better/music will sound

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AMP’d Up: Rogers venue prepares to welcome back live music

Do you hear that? The sounds of guitars, drums, your favorite song and 10,000 screaming fans echoing out over the Ozark hills once again? OK, so maybe those familiar sounds

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No Longer Adrift: UA actors finally together again for streaming production

The first thing you need to know about the University Theatre’s production of “Men on Boats” is that it’s equal parts comedy and adventure. Jaclyn Backhaus’ play tells the “true(ish)”

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Sights Of Summer: Momentary announces three-part exhibition schedule

As promised, the just-announced summer exhibition schedule at Bentonville arts space the Momentary carries on a programming philosophy aimed at expanding the capabilities of the space and furthering understanding of,

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Finally Festive: Spring naturally brings Artosphere return

Though many of its events take place outside, the Walton Arts Center’s signature arts and nature festival was one of the coronavirus casualties last year. Artosphere entered its second decade

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Layers of meaning: Art and poetry speak to resilience of women

A new art installation in Bentonville’s Train Station Park offers layers of meaning along with its layers of magenta ruffles. “Guide These, My Hands” honors the compassion and resilience of

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‘Hangry’ no longer: Cycling, eating come together for Instagram foodie

LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhighgtower@nwadg.com When Joseph Nguyen first started his Instagram account — dubbed “Hangry Pedaler NWA” as a shout-out to his twin loves, biking and eating — he didn’t

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Darkness And Light: Photographer Diana Michelle looks back on her art

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com In 2014, artist Diana Michelle got her first significant attention in Northwest Arkansas — but it was as a filmmaker and biographer, not a photographer. It does

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A voice for each child: CASA seeks to recruit 40 volunteers in March

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com Listening to volunteers talk about their work as Court Appointed Special Advocates for children in Northwest Arkansas, two things are readily apparent. Volunteering doesn’t take an overwhelming