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Let freedom ring! Juneteenth celebrations look back, forward

With a massive Freedom Festival planned for Sunday, June 19, in Springdale, Juneteenth celebrations are continuing to grow in Northwest Arkansas. “With Juneteenth becoming a national and federal holiday, there’s

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CACHE Offers Cash: Tyson initiative funds artists, performers, more

It’s no secret that lack of funding can get in the way of many artistic productions, but now there are numbers to back that up locally and funds in place

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Cold Weather, Hot Licks: OzMoMu brings outdoor festival vibe indoors

Editor’s Note: Since this story was written, Ghost of Paul Revere has canceled due to covid concerns within the band. Taking their 10 p.m. time slot Jan. 22 will be

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Stacy Harper: Activist wants to create community connections

This is just one of the fascinating people you might want to keep your eye on in 2022. The sign on Stacy Harper’s storefront office on Sunbridge Drive in Fayetteville

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On The National Stage: Miss Arkansas USA ready to begin competition

Stephanie Barber says her life has been a whirlwind since she was crowned Miss Arkansas USA on May 23. But if that’s true, she’s about to step into the eye

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Step Back In Time: Dick’s 5 & 10 a variety store on a grand scale

Ask Donna Knulty what you can’t buy at Dick’s 5 & 10 in Branson. It’ll be a lot quicker than asking her what you can buy. Turning 60 years old in 2021,

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Fun, Fear Go Bump In The Night: Haunted houses, zombies and more for Halloween

The Fayetteville Public Library — with its gorgeous new expansion — is the last place you might consider “scary,” But youth and teen librarian Jim Curry says that, during the

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Breaking Tradition: SoNA series showcases international music

“Music is a very personal and individual experience,” says bassoonist Lia Uribe, associate professor of music at the University of Arkansas. “And at the same time we use it to

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‘An Undeniable American Icon’: Photos bring Selena to life at Crystal Bridges

“Selena Forever/Siempre Selena,” a new exhibit at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, aims to give Northwest Arkansans a closer look at the big personality — and even bigger talent

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Let There Be Lights! Crystal Bridges brings back popular North Forest installation

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art has announced that the popular outdoor exhibit “North Forest Lights” will be returning to the museum in September and running through January 2022. This