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'Whatever Happened to Warren?' great mix of comedy, mystery

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A Lyrical Interlude

Mini-concerto lets Shuhan’s flute dance

Subscriber onlyThe middle of any sandwich is intended to be the best part, and so it is for the Fort Smith Symphony's "Divergent Moods" concert Saturday. The performance is bookended by Mozart's Symphony No. 25 in G minor and Dvorak's Symphony No. 6, op. 60 in D major -- one a staple for orchestras since the film Amadeus came out in 1984, the other a composition from 1880 that has been trending for the past 10 years. Continue reading...

Getting Personal

Exhibition presents artist’s past

Subscriber onlyWhen Ben Edwards walked into his children's bedroom a couple years ago to find stuffed animals nailed to the wall because "they were having court," he surely couldn't have known this funny-but-trying-not-to-laugh parenting moment would set him on the course to creating his most personal artwork yet. Continue reading...

Animals find new homes at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge

Animals find new homes at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge

Subscriber onlyTanya Smith dreams big. But then, taking care of big cats requires big dreams. Continue reading...

Let's Do The Time Warp Again!

Arkansas Public Theatre sets 2017-2018 season

Subscriber onlyThe early bird colloquially gets the worm, and about three years ago, Ed McClure decided that was his game plan for Arkansas Public Theatre. Continue reading...

Rivers and Roads

Classical string musicians create ‘progressive’ folk music

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Over The Moon

Traveling exhibit brings the universe to Bentonville

Subscriber onlyKatherine Auld is over the moon about the exhibit opening Saturday at the Bentonville Public Library -- and the pun suits her perfectly. Continue reading...

Whole Lotta Love

Rockers sharing the love of the classics

Subscriber only"Many people don't realize that during the '70s -- no other band or artist came close to selling as many albums as Led Zeppelin. At the time, the critics were panning them and making fun of them. But the people spoke. They bought the albums and went to the concerts ... No Grammys. No number one singles. No singles! Led Zeppelin were the people's band. And Led Zeppelin II was their call to arms." Continue reading...

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LIVE! IN NWA

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Dance, Monkey, Dance

Intimate venue inspires deeper material

Subscriber onlyDoug Dicharry is still figuring out this whole one-man-band thing. In transitioning from a internationally touring band to a solo outfit -- Dance, Monkey, Dance -- he's still exploring how to reach people through his writing and his music. Continue reading...

Double The Laughs

Twin comedians come to Cherokee

Subscriber onlyYou may have seen the Sklar Brothers in movies -- "Wild Hogs," "The Comebacks" -- in TV shows -- "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," conjoined twins on "Grey's Anatomy" -- on one of their televised stand-up comedy specials or as contributors on one of those reality TV show countdown lists produced by E! Entertainment Television. Continue reading...

Real Country

Musician, TV host sticks to her roots

Subscriber onlyFans of The Country Network in our four-state region (Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Kansas) may be seeing a familiar face rolling through one of their casinos sometime soon. Singer/songwriter Shawna Russell is the host of TCN's "Our Land: The Music Highway" and is touring casinos in the area with her band, The Wrinkled Wranch Hands. Continue reading...

And The Beat Goes On

Intimate festival brings bigger names in fourth year

Subscriber only"We're this 'squarshed' together half of one band and half of another." Continue reading...

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