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A Tradition Yule Love: Pop-up bar ‘sleighs’ its return with dual locations

Part of the fun of a pop-up, in Hannah Withers’ opinion, is never knowing what the next event — or even event space — might look like. It’s a new

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Home For Christmas: Silver Dollar City opens new gifts this season

From the homespun rituals of the holidays — like carols, hot chocolate and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer — to an eight-story Christmas tree with 400,000 points of light, Silver Dollar

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Best Of Both Worlds: Fayetteville Film Fest goes live and online

The decision to take the 2020 Fayetteville Film Fest online only was a tough one, says Executive Director Russell Sharman, but the experience left organizers with some innovative ways to

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Pundits Turn To Podcast: Journalists’ recorded Gridiron showcases music

Now in the 18th year of its revival, the Northwest Arkansas Gridiron Show met the challenge of the pandemic by turning into a podcast. Admittedly, it loses something without the

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‘Come From Away’ opens hearts and Broadway season at WAC

It was several years after the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, that David Hein and Irene Sankoff were approached by friend and producer Michael Rubinoff with the idea to

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Release Yourself! New music festival time to ‘hug freely, dance freely’

The pandemic has been hard on everybody in one way or another, but arguably no one more than performers. “Not touring or performing around the country and world these past

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Film, Music And Mental Health: Photographer Diana Michelle reveals project

Artist and photographer Diana Michelle knew about mental illness; she had observed it in her own family. However, it was not any part of the reason she started studying yoga

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The Insight Of Hindsight: Etheridge’s ‘way out’ of difficult year is music

That’s a whole lotta life, Melissa Etheridge says with a chuckle of the years between writing the songs on her newest album and when they finally got to see the

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‘The Truth Has Changed’: Filmmaker considers science, fact, conspiracy, lies

“In this series, we’re going to go back throughout history and point out all those times when people didn’t know the truth, and it cost them their lives,” says climate

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Forward By Design: Iconic Sugarbakers come to life again on T2 stage

LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com TheatreSquared’s newest production has a pretty amazing pedigree: It’s a stage version of the iconic television show “Designing Women,” which debuted in 1986 and garnered 18