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Art OverView June: A Month of Visual Art Events

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Beyond The Big Top

Circus takes stewardship seriously

Subscriber onlyJanice Aria won't lie. Continue reading...

5x5 Five Minutes, Five Questions Lynda Waggoner

Subscriber onlyThe Bachman Wilson House may be Northwest Arkansas' Frank Lloyd Wright structure, thanks to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, but it is, of course, not the only one or even the most famous. Continue reading...

Flocking To Waka

‘Biggest lineup ever’ rocks Mulberry Mountain

Subscriber onlyFor seven straight years, Brett Mosiman, director of the Wakarusa festival, asked rap/rock band The Roots to make the trip to Mulberry Mountain. For six straight years, the band's availability or tour route kept it away. But lucky number seven hit, and the group that doubles as the house band for "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" will make the stop this year to perform Continue reading...

Discover What's Inside

Little Trike Series encourages playgoers to perform

Subscriber onlyThis ain't your mama's fairy tale. Continue reading...

Toddlers With Taste

Fabric artist creates chic children’s clothes

Subscriber onlyIt's not like Darcy Ames Harris had a choice. Growing up with her parents, jewelry artisan Anita and woodworker Edward Hejtmanek, she was destined to be creative. She just had to discover where her talent was strongest. Continue reading...

Monster Trucks Go Head to Head, Wheel to Wheel

Monster trucks go head to head, wheel to wheel

Subscriber only"It's just an oversized golf cart," Devin Jones affectionately describes his truck. Continue reading...

LIVE! in NWA

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Adding More Voices

Evening of ‘Song’ launches Inspire Theatre

Subscriber onlyEven with the growth of all kinds of performing and visual arts in the region, it's hard to imagine being an Equity card-carrying actress relocated from the Big Apple to the Ozarks. Fortunately for Sarah Webb, she had plenty to do with two older children and a new baby, born just a few months after moving with husband Geoff, part of the team that designs and delivers Walmart's Leadership Academy. Continue reading...

F.Y.I.

Subscriber only TODAY “HERE COMES THE BRIDE” — Final weekend, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. today & Saturday, 1-5 p.m. Sunday, Rogers Historical Museum. Continue reading...

Women At Work

Comedy, drama clock in at Fort Smith Little Theatre

Subscriber onlyThose mourning the end of the '60s era TV series "Mad Men" can rejoice in the arrival of "The Best of Everything" at the Fort Smith Little Theatre. Continue reading...

Kickin' Up Dirt

Chutes locked and loaded for Old Fort Days

Subscriber only"The Best Show on Dirt" brags the website of Old Fort Days Rodeo. And some cowboys are destined to end up in that dirt. Continue reading...

High On Life

Summer music series bring variety to two stages

Subscriber onlyGrowing up in a household of musicians, Rochelle Bradshaw expected she too would make music. Reggae was a natural choice in her home country of Jamaica. Finding success in the U.S. wasn't a surprise either. Continue reading...

Phase Three

Music festival gets new name, new vibe

Subscriber onlyThe music festival that debuted in 2006 on Mulberry Mountain near Ozark is entering a new phase in its history. But event director Brett Mosiman says the latest incarnation is not that much different after all. Continue reading...

On The Right Note

Chamber Music Festival founder ready to rest

Subscriber onlyStephen Gates has been playing cello since he was 7 years old. Continue reading...

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