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A Native Tongue

Free classes help keep Cherokee language alive

Subscriber onlyEight weeks won't teach anyone everything he needs to know about the Cherokee language. But according to Lawrence Panther, that block of time can provide a very good start. Continue reading...

Pony Up!

Life Styles saddles up for 25th annual polo match

Subscriber onlyLife Styles Inc., a local nonprofit providing programs and services for individuals with developmental disabilities, is hosting its 25th Polo in the Ozarks polo match this weekend. The event is the primary fundraiser for the charity, welcoming more than 2,000 people to the Buell Farm in Goshen for a polo match, dinner and gala. Continue reading...

'A Fabulous Drama'

Classic ‘Splendor in the Grass’ is directorial debut

Subscriber onlyDuring the last 14 years, Jill Moody-Ledbetter has worked in all capacities at Fort Smith Little Theatre except directing ... until now. Continue reading...

Hot As Glass

Artist Lanuti demonstrates Saturday

Subscriber onlyFor about two years, Denise Lanuti walked away from "the torch," as she refers to her vocation of creating lampwork beads. Continue reading...

For Memories' Sake

Grimes’ family history collected as labor of love

Subscriber onlyJames Huffman says his mother-in-law "was not a big fan of mine at the time I came in to the family. She had not wanted me to marry her daughter (Jean) because I was a preacher. But we got to be good friends because I would torment her all the time." Continue reading...

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Sunrise, Sunset

‘Fiddler’ explores serious topic in funny way

Subscriber only"With faith and family and friends, you can endure anything." Continue reading...

'Art Is Everywhere'

Current American works converge at Crystal Bridges

Subscriber onlyLigia Bouton does not live far from Sante Fe, N.M. Her residence would be considered suburban, but her home is on a dirt road. As she watched a car carrying Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art representatives pull into her driveway, the gravity of the situation hit her. Continue reading...

Arkansans Lead The Way

Remains of Woodland-era camp reveal ancient secrets

Subscriber only"People kind of think of a 'Lum and Abner' approach to life in the Arkansas, but 2,000 years ago, there was pioneering work being done here by the Native Americans -- especially in comparison to other Native American groups," says Ann Early, Arkansas state archaeologist based in Fayetteville. "It was really bold. They began to control their way of living." Continue reading...

TreeMendous Cookoff

Annual competition is Arkansas in a nutshell

Subscriber onlyA group of squirrels is called a dray or scurry, but in Northwest Arkansas this weekend, it'll be called "dinner." Continue reading...

FYI

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Five Minutes, Five Questions

Delfeayo Marsalis

Subscriber onlyThe Marsalis family is to New Orleans jazz what the Waltons have been to Arkansas retail. Continue reading...

Nature Vs. Nurture

‘Bad Seed’ a challenging drama for ACO

Subscriber only"Christine is a mother who, when faced with the realization that her seemingly perfect little girl may have a more sinister side, questions if she herself may be to blame and contemplates whether she should protect her child from the consequences and to what lengths she will go to do so," Alissa Walter describes her character in the upcoming Arts Center of the Ozarks' production of "Bad Seed." Continue reading...

Rock On

Crawford County Chronicles looks at ancient artwork

Subscriber onlyIt might have been done with a finger dipped into mineral-infused animal fat. It might be a circle, a square or a sunburst. Continue reading...

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