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Meg Medina’s stories for all: Immigrant past shaped multicultural future

The pains of growing up are universal, but they can also exist as a meeting space in our global community by listening to each other’s stories. From friends moving away

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Voices Of History: Story of Laura Ingalls Wilder resonates today

When Laura Ingalls Wilder first published “Little House in the Big Woods,” things had begun to change slowly for women at the time. The 19th amendment was 12 years old,

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Larger Than Life: Dinosaurs roar in to River Valley

Not all dinosaurs are big and scary. At least during Dinosaur Adventure, coming April 2-3 to the Fort Smith Convention Center, some of them are cute and cuddly and all

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New Amazeum exhibit turns math into magic

Get moving with math? Believe it or not, it’s a thing. The Scott Family Amazeum recently opened an active learning exhibit, “Math Moves! Experiencing Ratio and Proportion,” which contains individual

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Sign Up For Spring Break Fun: Offerings include archeology, art and ice skating

Spring break is coming to regional schools March 21-25, and local nonprofits have great ideas to keep your kiddos entertained. Fort Smith U.S. Marshals Museum 789 Riverfront Drive 242-1789 usmmuseum.org

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Sign Up For Spring Break Fun: Offerings include archeology, art and ice skating

Spring break is coming to regional schools March 21-25, and local nonprofits have great ideas to keep your kiddos entertained. Bentonville Crystal Bridges Museum 600 Museum Way 418-5700 www.crystalbridges.org Spring

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Arkansas’ Wild Waterway: Shiloh Museum remembers Buffalo River’s anniversary

When the staff of the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History considered the Buffalo River’s 50th anniversary, they knew they wanted to commemorate it. But since so many other organizations were

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A Long And Winding Road: Car club celebrates at Fort Smith Museum of History

It has been a long and convoluted journey without a road map to follow, but on Feb. 26, the Fort Smith Antique Automobile Club will finally make its victory lap

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A Bonnie Gift For Baby: Harpist Beth Stockdell records collection of international lullabies

When Beth Stockdell’s stepdaughter Christa was in the final trimester of her pregnancy, Stockdell began mentally creating an album full of lullabies for her and husband Rick’s first grandchild. “Then

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A Few Of Their Favorite Things: Rogers Museum shares seldom seen artifacts

It’s that time again, the time when new year’s resolutions lead to upended closets, trips to Goodwill and the Samaritan Shop — dropping off everything you’ve outgrown and picking up new-to-you storage