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Magic In The Garden: Firefly Fling brings back fairies, food, music

The Botanical Garden of the Ozarks might not have known its family friendly extravaganza, Firefly Fling, would take flight when it launched over a decade ago, but today it’s one

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‘Tying The Knot’: Love celebrated at 70th Opera in the Ozarks

In the world of Opera in the Ozarks, it’s not a covid-19 bubble. It’s a covid-19 jelly doughnut. That’s how General Director Nancy Preis describes the plan the Eureka Springs

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Wise Beyond Their Years: Two actresses bring enthusiasm, heart to ‘Matilda’

“Matilda The Musical” is a show that is chock full of larger-than-life characters — but there’s little doubt that the youngest character, the 5-year-old genius Matilda Wormwood, is the beating

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Coming Out, Coming Together: Momentary interaction will be long remembered

How often have you passed a stranger in the grocery store or looked across the aisle to the next fellow on the bus and wondered what type of music he

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T2, Together Again: Company celebrates 2021-22 season

When TheatreSquared staff greeted a gathering of donors and supporters at an event in May, they started out the evening’s proceedings by raising a glass in a toast to the

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The Myth-ing Link: Museum the first to merge fantasy, fact and folklore

Kendall Hart is an artist extraordinaire. His work is three-dimensional, beyond life-sized and so detailed, it looks like it could breathe, walk — and perhaps terrorize the countryside. It’s also

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Arts, Assembled: New programming nurtures creative capacity

On Feb. 1, it was announced that NWA Fashion Week and the Arkansas Arts and Fashion Forum (AAFF) were no more. The two organizations merged to create the new Springdale-based

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Laying The Groundwork: Program aims to foster hip hop in NWA

How do hip hop artists in Northwest Arkansas begin to make a name for themselves? Who is already working the scene here? Is there even a place in the culture

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Pilot Arts’ ‘Passion Project’: Women sing to their muses in new song cycle

For Missy Gipson, founder and executive director of Pilot Arts Theatre, things seem like they’re finally getting back to normal — or, at least, the new normal. She and her

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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