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Crowning Touch

Local women vie to win 78th Miss Arkansas Pageant

Subscriber onlyBeginning Wednesday, 46 women from around the Natural State will compete for the title of Miss Arkansas at the state pageant in Hot Springs. Ashton Campbell, last year's winner and second runner-up at the Miss America Pageant, will crown the new Miss Arkansas on July 11. Continue reading...

3x3 Three Minutes, Three Questions Ilene Powell Fleur Delicious Weekend Co-Founder

Subscriber onlyTake 1 ounce of Ciroc pineapple vodka, 1 ounce of Ciroc coconut vodka, 1 ounce of pineapple juice, a splash of cherry juice or grenadine, shake ingredients in a martini shaker and strain into a chilled martini glass. What you've got is a "Corsica" -- and the beginning of the fifth annual Fleur Delicious Weekend. Declared a "celebration of all the senses," the festival -- now a week long -- started Wednesday with the Ciroc vodka bartenders' competition and continues through July 12 with restaurants, bars, art galleries, boutiques and music venues celebrating the art of the French-inspired indulgence. Continue reading...

Sharp Shoes

Teen program draws on summer reading theme

Subscriber onlyTeenage superhero fans who also have an affinity for art and a soft spot for shoes can combine all three passions at Springdale Public Library. Continue reading...

Accio 'Harry Potter' Fans!

Bentonville Library summons wizard wannabes to Fandom Friday

Subscriber onlySuper fans of the "Harry Potter" book series can test their knowledge of the wizarding community against other super fans July 10 at the Bentonville Public Library. Continue reading...

FYI

Subscriber onlySATURDAY (7/4) Pancake Breakfast -- 7 a.m.-noon, American Legion Post 139 in Springdale. Donations appreciated. 236-1204. Continue reading...

LIVE! in NWA

Subscriber onlyToday Crescent City Combo -- The Big Chill, Rogers. Continue reading...

Seeing Past Sexual Orientation

‘Queer South’ artists hope talent transcends stereotypes

Subscriber onlyThere have been precious few platforms for LGBTQ artists to show their work together in the South, which still has a persistent reputation as an intolerant place for the gay community. Continue reading...

Theatrical 'Evolution'

Rogers Little Theater now Arkansas Public Theatre

Subscriber onlyIt started as a small-town community theater performing wherever space was available. But that was 29 years ago. Continue reading...

76 Trombones!

‘Music Man’ marches in July 10

Subscriber onlyIn the canon of classic American musicals, it's hard to imagine a better summer production than "The Music Man," says Harry Blundell, director of theater for the Arts Center of the Ozarks. Continue reading...

Fourth Of July Fun

Subscriber onlyIf you don't have time to head out and celebrate Independence Day tonight, there are plenty of events happening around Northwest Arkansas on the actual Fourth of July. Take the family out, or bring your friends, to enjoy food, fireworks and patriotic activities. Continue reading...

Life In The Balance

Artist Matt Miller pursues understanding

Subscriber onlyMatt Miller takes the pursuit of his art very seriously. Continue reading...

Unnaturally Natural

Exhibit explores Andy Warhol’s connections to the environment

Subscriber onlyAndy Warhol was called many things during his lifetime. Naturalist was likely not one of them. Maybe it was the Campbell's soup cans in gaudy proportions that made him seem unnatural. Maybe his use of what he called "fright wigs" convinced people. Or how about the neon colors that he employed throughout his career? Continue reading...

A Grand Finale

SoNA celebrates Fourth with American classics

Subscriber only"If I told you, it wouldn't be a surprise now, would it?," Paul Haas muses. "Suffice it to say the concert will end with a bang. Or maybe two." Continue reading...

A Full Plate

TheatreSquared adds to variety and scope in 10th season

Subscriber onlyThe best theater season is a lot like a well-done dinner party. Guests are served up something hearty and something nutritious. They don't skimp on dessert and can't bear to miss a single course. Continue reading...

A Quiet Encounter

Last exhibit in partnership with Louvre now on display

Subscriber onlyIt took guts to paint flowers in 19th-century America. Continue reading...

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