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Moving East

Curator finds Crystal Bridges a natural fit

When Mindy Besaw first visited Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, she was "pleasantly overwhelmed." Continue reading...

Entering A New 'Phase'

Combined music festivals set for fall debut

Farewell, Mulberry Mountain Harvest Festival. Continue reading...

The Heart of Music

UA remembers greats, both near and far

The University of Arkansas music department is hosting a symposium this weekend celebrating the sacred and secular music of African and black American traditions. Continue reading...

LIVE! in NWA

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In Like A Ram

Chinese celebrate change of seasons

Sheep are proud, albeit bossy animals. They are not particularly tolerant to discipline and like to be pampered. They worry quite a bit, and they also tend to overspend. Continue reading...

The Art OverView

February: A month of exemplary art events

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3x3 Three Minutes, Three Questions

Stefan Sing

Cristiana Casadio, a classically trained ballerina and rhythmic gymnast, and Stefan Sing, a world-class circus artist, have performed as the duo Tangram since 2009, two years after meeting and falling in love. Continue reading...

FYI

TODAY (1/30) Tribute to Woodstock -- With the Arkansas Arts Academy High School Guitar Company, The Rockhoppers, 7 p.m., Arkansas Arts Academy High School Performing Arts Center, 506 W. Poplar St. in Rogers. $3-$5. Email dsingleton@arkansasartsacademy.org. Continue reading...

An 'Entangled Legacy'

‘Look Away’ explores ‘race, power and sex’

A playwright's ears are always alert to potential inspiration, and Bob Ford found it when he shared a stage with University of Arkansas history professor Jeannie Whayne a decade or so ago. Continue reading...

5x5 Five Minutes, Five Questions

Winona Fifield, SoNA concertmaster

The concert is titled "Fairytales," and Paul Haas, music director of the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas, promises the first performance of 2015 will live up to its name. Continue reading...

Striding In To Jazz

Hot Sardines find momentum in music

The story of the Hot Sardines is a lot like the classic line about a box of chocolates: "You never know what you're going to get." And that applies as much to the musicians as to the audience. Continue reading...

Living The Legacy

Drama explores Martin Luther King as man

Most people know the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., but few see him as anything more than the iconic figure of the American civil rights movement. Continue reading...

Plugged In

Waka lineup takes fans in new directions

To co-opt a line from Matthew McConaughey’s townie sleazeball David Wooderson in the movie “Dazed and Confused,” I keep going to music festivals, and the other concertgoers there stay the same age. Continue reading...

Life As A Cabaret

RLT offers big titles, changes in its 30th season

It's pretty hard to top "Les Miserables," but Rogers Little Theater leaders hope they can. Continue reading...

A Lucky Choice

UAFS reveals book for annual literacy series

"A good book is worth the time," says Erik Carlson, University of Arkansas Fort Smith assistant professor of English. "More importantly, it takes time for a good story to sink in and work on us." Continue reading...

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