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8 Days a Week

8 Days a week

May 7 (Friday) Virtual Architecture Tour — 11:30 a.m., Crystal Bridges Museum via YouTube. Free. 657-2335 or crystalbridges.org. Mother’s May Market — Where families can gather, explore and create handmade


The Hills Are Alive! Sounds of opera return to Inspiration Point

If the idea of an opera performed in French or Italian is intimidating, Emily Dirks and Perry Chacon want to change that misconception. Dirks and Chacon will both perform this


People You Think You Know: APT play a surrealist look at politics, passion, power

“It might be tempting, very tempting, to play these characters as imitations of the real deal,” playwright Lucas Hnath says of his surrealist dramedy “Hillary and Clinton.” “Don’t do it!

8 Days a Week

8 Days a Week

April 30 (Friday) El día de los niños y los libros (Children’s Day) — 10 a.m., Fayetteville Public Library via Zoom. Free. faylib.org. Virtual Architecture Tour —11:30 a.m., Crystal Bridges

8 Days a Week

8 Days A Week

April 23 (Friday) Fayetteville Jazz Festival — April 23-25, various locations in Northwest Arkansas. Events open to the public are free, but reservations are required to maintain social distancing standards.


From Ella To Beyonce: Jazz Fest returns, connects past to future

Year one: Found a new festival. Year two: Take everything completely virtual, expand teaching and performing musicians to international voices. Year three: Switch to a hybrid of in-person and virtual

Cover Story Theater

No Longer Adrift: UA actors finally together again for streaming production

The first thing you need to know about the University Theatre’s production of “Men on Boats” is that it’s equal parts comedy and adventure. Jaclyn Backhaus’ play tells the “true(ish)”