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In Your Mind’s Eye: NWA Audio Theater heads to Fairy Tale AcademyIn Your Mind’s Eye:

Will Cinderella marry the Prince? Will the Big Bad Wolf survive the encounter with the Three Little Pigs? What will happen to the Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe?

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Anybody Seen Han Solo?: Millennium Falcon lands in Bentonville

Understand that art comes naturally to Tom Hoehn. He is chairman of Bentonville’s Public Arts Advisory Committee, and his “creative path,” as he puts it, “has involved watercolor and photography

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Fourth of July festivities begin Saturday on Beaver Lake

MAGGIE GREEN mgreen@nwaonline.com Cities across Northwest Arkansas are preparing for Independence Day celebrations. They boast offerings of food, entertainment and community unity to honor the country’s creation. BELLA VISTA The

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Don’t worry! Matchbox 20 promises hits along with new songs June 23 at the AMP

After scoring TV and films over the past decade, Paul Docette, drummer for Matchbox Twenty, says that he’s started to approach songwriting differently. “I’m really aiming for emotion more than

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‘Violet’ at T2 a musical journey of hard times and healing through July 2

“People who aren’t quote-unquote ‘musical theater people’ can jam out to this,” enthuses Kelly Felthous, who plays the title character in “Violet,” on stage now at TheatreSquared in Fayetteville. “You

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SoNA releases first-ever album of cutting edge music

“New Canons” is the first album ever for the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas — and the first commercial recording of each of the compositions included on it: “Latency Canons” by Ray Lustig,

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Eureka Springs Blues Party hosts Ray Wylie Hubbard, others during festival weekend June 1-4

Gina Rambo, director of marketing and communications for the 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa and Basin Park Hotel, couldn’t be more excited. Four days of the blues is coming for

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Fenix art show features work of LGTBQIA+ youngsters

When planning the annual exhibit and activities for Pride Month in June at Fenix Arts, Taylor Johnson naturally looked to the next generation. She heads up the Fenix Youth Refuge

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FreshGrass May 19-20 brings roots, Americana and more to Momentary

The “freshest” bluegrass, soul, funk, pop and so much more will be at the Momentary next weekend. FreshGrass festival will bring performances from Mavis Staples, Caamp, Elle King, Alison Brown,

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White Street Walk May 19 just one of May Fest events in Eureka Springs

“In a way,” says Eureka Springs artist Zeek Taylor, “the White Street Walk is like a yearly family reunion. It’s one of the earliest events of the spring season, and