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Comedy, Music, History: ‘Local Color Radio Hour’ benefits Fort Smith museum

Take “Prairie Home Companion.” Stir in a little bit of the “golden age of radio,” add a touch of “Saturday Night Live.” And focus it all on Fort Smith history.

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Five Minutes, Five Questions: Ryan Pelton

You never know who you might run into in Branson. But if you stop by this summer for a Legends in Concert show at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater, you’re

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Hometown Honors: Springdale celebrates award-winning fiddler Jenee Fleenor

There’s no two ways about it: People love Jenee Fleenor. Even if you haven’t heard of the Springdale native — whose maiden name was Keener — it’s a good bet

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Heading West: Munsick’s music melting pot of styles

Ian Munsick admits he had some special blessings come his way this past year in the weird, distressing wrapping that was a global pandemic. He had just recorded his debut

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Music To Our Ears: Summer weather brings outdoor sounds

It’s outdoor concert season. And if that statement on its own isn’t music enough to your ears, the fact that we have REAL LIVE CONCERTS to look forward to ought

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Young Americans Find A New ‘Place Called Home’ In Eureka Springs

“The Young Americans will be adding another level of entertainment to our nationally renowned art and music community that we have been missing,” says Eureka Springs Mayor Butch Berry. “We

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Ending And Beginning – Fort Smith Symphony ends one season, prepares for next

“At certain points in the year, our concerts were the only live musical events happening in our region,” John Jeter, music director of the Fort Smith Symphony, says of the

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A Decade With Dover: In-demand quartet returns to Artosphere roots

Milena Pajaro-van de Stadt candidly admits that the Dover Quartet’s canceled Artosphere appearance last year was perhaps the most heartbreaking of all the cancellations that happened to the ensemble in

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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

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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