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Demand And Supply: Fort Smith ready for its own film festival

With the 13-year-old Fayetteville Film Fest planned for Nov. 11-13 and the Bentonville Film Festival ending its seventh anniversary today, what made Brandon Goldsmith think the River Valley needed its

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Arkansas Public Theatre cancels final week of shows

Cast member tests positive for covid-19 Arkansas Public Theatre has canceled the last four performances of its summer repertory shows, “Inherit the Wind” and “Our Town.” A cast member was

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There she is, Miss Arkansas! Twirler Whitney Williams brings title home to UA

A few facts about the new Miss Arkansas, 23-year-old Whitney Williams: She is a senior at the University of Arkansas, where she is pursing a degree in speech language pathology.

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July: Run, fling, swing

Run for Veterans 7hills Homeless Center 3-10 7:30 a.m. — The 7 Hills Homeless Shelter’s 12th annual Run for Veterans 4-mile timed race and 1-mile fun walk will be virtual

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One Of A Kind: Miss Arkansas remembers two-year reign

“I hope I am remembered for more than just having been the only Miss Arkansas to serve for more than one year,” says Darynne Dahlem, Miss Arkansas 2019 and Miss Arkansas 2020.

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PRIDE Returns: NWA cities prepare to celebrate in June

The organizers who put together the Natural State’s largest event for Pride Month did what they could in 2020 to give people a chance to celebrate. The 2019 Pride parade

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Films For The Future: Festival considers community in new shared space

On May 29, Northwest Arkansans will have a unique opportunity to experience the new outdoor venue Butterfield Stage, located in downtown Rogers, by attending the Better Cities Film Festival. The

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In Her Own Words: Angie Albright brings her history to Shiloh Museum

“Always remember that, at the core of the Shiloh Museum, is serving the community, telling the stories of everyday people, and being a welcoming place that values every individual. If

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Puppets, Poets And A Meteor Shower: Arkansas Public Theatre sets Season 36

What do mouthy puppets with relationship issues have in common with brothers Nick and Nigel Bottom, who are desperate to write a hit play but are stuck in the shadow

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Gone (Back) To The Grave

Author Abby Burnett studies Buffalo River cemeteries For more than 15 years, Abby Burnett was a household name around Northwest Arkansas as a columnist for The Springdale News, one of