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Circle of Life provides compassionate care

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Local notes

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Club news

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'Cause This Is Thriller, Thriller Night

Halloween fun runs gamut from sweets to scares

Subscriber onlyWhether you're after sweets or screams, our Halloween round-up has the event you've been searching for. Happy Hauntings! Continue reading...

Farm fundraiser fills coffers

Stalwarts show support

Subscriber onlyApple Seeds Inc. supporters didn't let downpours deter them from attending the Evening at the Farm benefit Oct. 13 at the farm at Gulley Park in Fayetteville. Equipped with boots, slickers, hats and umbrellas, some 130 stalwarts joined the nonprofit organization for the fifth annual event. Continue reading...

Rockin' On The Road

Young actors energize WAC stage

Subscriber onlyThe show opening Oct. 23 at the Walton Arts Center stands out for several reasons. Continue reading...

LIVE! in NWA

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FYI

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Animals Tell All

Subscriber onlyWho better to educate us about the ecosystem in Hobbs State Park than the inhabitants of the forest themselves? At the "Living Forest" -- the park's family friendly educational event -- that's exactly what happens. Continue reading...

Back In Time

Ghost Walks more about tales than terror

Subscriber onlyBecause they happen at Halloween, Ashley Sayers admits she prefers telling tales of "murder, mischief and tragedy" during the Rogers Historical Museum's Ghost Walks. Continue reading...

A Smart, Spooky Tale

ArkansasStaged’s ‘Squeamish’ lives up to name

Subscriber onlyPlaywright Aaron Mark's one-woman play "Squeamish" opens in the middle of the night in the office of a psychiatrist's home, where a client named Sharon is beginning to tell the story of what necessitated her emergency midnight phone call to her doctor. It's an appropriate beginning for the dark material that follows, which Jason Shipman -- who is directing the show for ArkansasStaged -- calls both disturbing and "delicious." He says the latter word is one that he and actor Debra Capps have used frequently during rehearsals. Continue reading...

A Smart, Spooky Tale

ArkansasStaged’s ‘Squeamish’ lives up to name

Subscriber onlyPlaywright Aaron Mack's one-woman play “Squeamish” opens in the middle of the night in the office of a psychiatrist’s home, where a client named Sharon is beginning to tell the story of what necessitated her emergency midnight phone call to her doctor. Continue reading...

Discrimination or assimilation?

Halal meat generates controversy in Europe between political conservatives, Muslims

Subscriber onlyThere could scarcely be a spectacle more French than elderly matrons and young fathers vying for choice cuts of veal on a weekend morning. But the popularity of Les Jumeaux, an artisanal butcher in this Paris suburb, is something of a feat. Continue reading...

Author: Five Scrolls have modern interpretations

Subscriber onlySong of Songs, Ruth, Lamentations, Ecclesiastes and Esther -- known as the Five Scrolls in Jewish tradition -- are books of the Bible that are centrally involved in the liturgies of major Jewish holidays including Passover, Sukkot and Purim. Continue reading...

Polls: Many Evangelicals reluctantly voted Trump

Subscriber onlyFor millions of American evangelicals, a recent Oval Office photo-op was a perfect example of the political realities they face. Continue reading...