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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...

Birds, Boats And Blue

21c welcomes new exhibits to its galleries

With a new year comes changes, and perhaps none are so apparent as at 21c Museum Hotel in downtown Bentonville. Continue reading...

Going Places

Fort Smith Symphony selections recall distant lands

The Fort Smith Symphony often shows off the size and force of its ever-growing organization. Continue reading...

Hold That Pose

Kids learn love of fitness at fun-filled yoga class

Yoga isn't just for grownups. Continue reading...

LIVE! in NWA

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Goodbye Party

Crystal Bridges bids adieu to widely celebrated artistic journey

A new year is full of potential. It's fresh start -- an opening promise that guarantees that beginning of something truly great. Continue reading...

Forever Blue

Fayetteville band relishes international opportunity

When Amanda Rey travels to Memphis, Tenn., next week for the annual International Blues Challenge, she hopes to makes some contacts and network. She went last year as a spectator, rooting for Eureka Springs-based band Brick Fields and the Chosen Ones as they competed. It's an important event for blues musicians, she says, and she hopes she might get a few gigs out of the trip. Continue reading...

Cranked Up

AMP’s first 2015 announcement boasts big names

"I don't think it gets much bigger than Dave and Kenny," says Brian Crowne, general manager of the Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion. Continue reading...

Dance Revolution

Ballroom dancing gets on-stage makeover from stars

"Dancing was probably the greatest thing that could have ever been introduced to me," says professional ballroom dancer Tony Dolovani. "It's such an incredible escape. I've been through a war, having to move to another country, struggling those first few years not knowing about this new country. The only thing I really had as an escape was dancing." Continue reading...

One Night Only

ACO plans something completely different

It's been a formal ball, a beach-themed ball, a Roaring '20s party and a 1950s sock hop. This year, the Arts Center of the Ozarks ball and auction -- the oldest in Northwest Arkansas -- will be something completely different. Continue reading...

Flurry Of Activity

Magic of ‘Snowshow’ transcends age, language

Onofrio Colucci speaks six languages fluently. But for his performance as a clown in "Slava's Snowshow," he rarely says a word. When he does speak, it's incomprehensible. Continue reading...

FYI

TODAY (1/16) Faculty/Student Recital -- David Malis, baritone, & Yulia Orlova, piano, 8 p.m., Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Free. 575-4701. Continue reading...

For Auld Lang Syne

Burns Nights, pipe bands all about remembering

Tery Graves knows a lot about fighting fires. He's a battalion chief with the Fort Smith Fire Department. Continue reading...

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