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Tradition! Tradition! Cookie Walk returns to Highlands Methodist Church

The ladies of the Highlands United Methodist Church in Bella Vista didn’t quite break into a chorus of “Tradition! Tradition!” — well, maybe just a tiny one — at a

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Journey To The North Pole: Polar Express pulls out of Branson’s FlyRide station

It’s an extraordinary gift, one that can be experienced by only those who still believe in the magic of Christmas. That’s what one critic said about the movie “The Polar

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Veterans Day Salute: Army veteran leads Chaffee Crossing parade

Sgt. First Class (Ret.) Carder Ferguson never imagined himself riding in a Veterans Day parade. He’s one of those “fixers” you find behind the scenes, making sure things run smoothly.

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Dia De Los Muertos: Dead live again in altars, artwork, celebrations

For Silvia Merino, events director for the Latin Art Organization of Arkansas, celebrating Dia de los Muertos was a family tradition all through her childhood. Merino says the annual celebration

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Trolley To Terror! History gives way to mystery for one night only

The story of the streetcar begins in Fort Smith in 1883, when the Fort Smith Railway Company offered the area’s first public transportation via three mule-drawn rail cars. Ten years

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It’s Fall, Y’All! Find NWA’s best pumpkins, mazes, more

“I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers,” says Anne Shirley, happily, in the beloved children’s classic “Anne of Green Gables” by L.M. Montgomery. To be

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Crafts, Food And Fall: Annual festivals offer handcrafted treasures

“After 31 years of promoting our shows and visiting a show almost every week somewhere in the surrounding states during show season, we have acquired quite a few favorites,” Karen

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Autumn On Emma Avenue: Downtown Springdale celebrates Ozarktober

Downtown Springdale, a nonprofit formed in 2011 to help revitalize Springdale’s Emma Avenue and surrounding area, has big plans for the month of October. For the fifth year, the organization

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FSLT back in business with mystery-comedy romp

Murder may seem like a strange subject for a board game, but when English musician Anthony Pratt devised a game centered around one, it was an almost immediate hit. “Cluedo”

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Songs And Stories: Fayetteville-born David Starr turns granddad’s book into album

David Starr was born and raised in Fayetteville, and many of his childhood memories center on time shared with his grandparents on “South School Street near where the bypass is