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Pottery On The Patio: Community Creative Center goes all out Oct. 7

Every day, inside the Community Creative Center, someone is making art. “Located in the heart of Fayetteville’s arts and cultural district, [CCC] is a visual and studio arts organization providing

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New Northwest Arkansas Festival this weekend in Bella Vista

Susan Malmin describes the flame work she does with glass as “hot, hot, hot!” “I like to make the glass bubble and sing,” she says. “You’re not supposed to be

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Welcoming Week NWA designed to bring cultures together

Sometimes it’s as complex as creating “global belonging, diversity, equity and inclusion” through policies instituted by the world’s largest retailer. Sometimes it’s as simple as trying on an outfit from

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Arkansas Comic Con brings three days of celebrities, costumes, games to Little Rock

Sean Clancy Special to the Free Weekly The Statehouse Convention Center in downtown Little Rock becomes the epicenter this weekend for three glorious days of pop-culture geekdom during the Arkansas

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

Editor’s note: This story originally appeared in 2022 and is being repeated here because the “Listening Forest” is in its final months at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville,

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‘Forever Young’: Silver Dollar City superfan captures hearts with kindness‘Forever Young’:

Brandei Clifton Special to The Free Weekly Something magical happens each time Canaan Sandy steps through the gate at Silver Dollar City: Joy abounds, and smiles spread to fellow visitors.

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Summer Celebration: ESSA fetes artists, sets fall workshops

An artists’ reception celebrating the culmination of the 2023 Ceramics Residency was held Aug. 12 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Eureka Springs School of the Arts. Ceramics artists

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Naturally Improvable says there’s more to comedy than just the jest

“Improv is addicting. Once you get that one big laugh, you’re hooked.” — Stephen Doyle Martin As cliche as it sounds, the members/owners of Naturally Improvable Inc. take the funny stuff

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Alive And Kickin’: Life of music brings Vandygriff to one-man show

It’s a long way from the small farming community of Roxton, Texas — where he picked cotton and hauled hay for a penny a bale — to a huge country

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Wampum And More: MONAH acquires historic trade objectsWampum And More:

New artifacts on exhibit at the Museum of Native American History in Bentonville didn’t come from a shopping mall — of course. But they do illustrate how 17th- and 18th-century