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APT’s ‘Music Man’ is everything you’ve always loved about the show

If you’ve never fallen in love with Harold Hill — or Marian Paroo — you’ve obviously never seen “The Music Man.” Traveling salesman Hill — whose con is to sell

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Crystal Bridges’ ‘Listening Forest’ pulses, flows, lights up via visitors’ input

Picture this. It’s evening, getting dark. You’re standing in the North Forest at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, and you hear something, the rhythms of 3,000 heartbeats. As you

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Rally Around An Icon: Community helping Cheap Thrills founder

Unless you’ve just arrived in Fayetteville for the first time, odds are you’ve been to Cheap Thrills. Nestled into an historic-looking building just south of the downtown square, the resale

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Fayetteville Roots Fest back to its roots of food, music and fun

What’s new at this year’s Fayetteville Roots Festival? “So much, but not so much,” says Bryan Hembree, one of the organizers of the Fayetteville-based music and culinary arts festival. He

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Five Minutes, Five Questions: ‘Musician for hire’ Alisha Pattillo

Northwest Arkansas’ vast array of musicians never fails to impress. When we heard of Alisha Pattillo, who recently jammed with The Extemporaneous Music Society for Trillium Salon Series, we wanted

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Henry Rollins talks free speech, censorship, technology and more at FPL

Henry Rollins will open the Innovation Speakers series at the Fayetteville Public Library with “Libraries Are Punk Rock” on Aug. 12. Rollins, the front front man from Black Flag and

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SoNA’s Big, Bold Season: News includes new pops concert, first album

There are four newsworthy headlines in the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas 2022-23 season announcement. • There will be six mainstage concerts instead of five. • The additional concert will be

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Magic After Dark: Silver Dollar City open for Moonlight Madness

Steve Parrish may be new as the Moonlight Madness “expert” for Silver Dollar City, but he knows what he likes — and what guests always flock back to the Branson

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Time, Place, Gender, Culture: Shabana Kauser brings unique art, perspective to FSRAM

Shabana Kauser’s artwork exists at an intersection of time, place, gender and culture that might, without hyperbole, be called unique. She is from South Asia — Kashmir, to be specific

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Not So Long Ago: New RHM exhibits bring history to life

One is a celebration. One is a lamentation. One travels back in time to the 1860s, “a period of American history that continues to haunt our state and national persona.”