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Musical ‘Time Bombs’: What students learn expands over years

For five years now, budding young jazz musicians in Northwest Arkansas have had a rare opportunity to learn from established professionals, experience a recording session in a studio and perform

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A Lot Of Art, A Little Magic: Little Craft Show back, better and more inclusive

As for most people, 2020 offered the Little Craft Show’s Monica Diodati some of the steepest challenges she had ever experienced. Four years ago, she moved to Northwest Arkansas because

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Musician Planning Free Concert April 18

Simeon Basil, a musician from Rogers, will be performing at a free concert from 5 to 7 p.m. April 18 at the Chautauqua Amphitheater in Siloam Springs. Playing professionally since

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Back In The Saddle

Hobbs State Park has even more to offer now When Chris Pistole, park interpreter at Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area, calls a reporter on Saturday, he’s just come back to the

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Out Of Hibernation: MONAH comes roaring back

All around her, arts organizations were hunkering down to try to survive the covid-19 pandemic. But Charlotte Buchanan-Yale saw an opportunity not to keep the doors open but to blow

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Laughing All The Way Home

Spotted hyena finds his ‘forever’ at Turpentine Creek Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge near Eureka Springs has 85 lions and tigers and bears — along with bobcats, cougars, leopards and African

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Back To The Future: Silver Dollar City ready to celebrate

When adventurers in the 1880s lowered themselves 200 feet via rope to explore a beautiful limestone cavern in southwestern Missouri, they couldn’t have imagined what the next 140 years would

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Building A Better Bird: Visitors flock to Shiloh Museum exhibit

If you were an American “homemaker” in the middle of the 20th century, the poultry industry in Northwest Arkansas directly affected you — and you, in turn, directly affected it.

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Down The Rabbit Hole: Alice has new adventures at Arts Live

LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com For nearly a year now, Arts Live Theatre has fully embraced the pivot to online programming caused by the global pandemic. Led by Executive Director Mark

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Out And About: New series beckons patrons back to WAC

JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com As the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville continues to navigate the stymied performing arts world, programming staff members continue to search for ways to bring arts experiences