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Fueled By Fun

Incredible Edible Art Show feeds month of creativity

Subscriber only"Chef doesn't really fit -- I'm not even sure what it means," says Jane M. Tucker. "I'm a really good cook. That's what I say [about myself]." Continue reading...

3x3 Three Minutes, Three Questions

Edward Neeman SoNA Guest Artist

Subscriber only"The 'silent' in silent film is really a misnomer, because there was always musical accompaniment in the theater while the film was playing," says critically acclaimed Australian-American pianist Edward Neeman. "Chico Marx of the Marx Brothers began earning his living as a theater pianist, improvising to the action on the screen. Imagine if Chico were improvising at your local AMC! That would be stiff competition for today's blockbusters. Continue reading...

'Once' Upon A Time

Musical captures rare moments for actors, audience

Subscriber onlyRoles like the one actress Dani de Waal landed only come around once -- even if it took her six months of auditions to get it. Continue reading...

Arkansas In The Air

Community band celebrates state in Saturday concert

Subscriber only"In the early years, our members were primarily music educators and professional musicians with ties to the University of Arkansas," director Michael Ferguson says of the Arkansas Winds community concert band. "Now we have a cross-section of players from every profession that come from all across Northwest Arkansas and the River Valley. We also have several talented high school musicians that are playing in the ensemble. Continue reading...

The Cat's Meow

‘Aristocats’ purrfect fit for young actors

Subscriber onlyIt's true -- everyone really does want to be a cat. Continue reading...

Awaken The Beauty

Ballet company introduces classical art with classic tale

Subscriber onlyA condensed version of "The Sleeping Beauty" classical ballet will take the stage this weekend and next. Continue reading...

Starry, Starry Night

Astronomer shares her wide world at Hobbs

Subscriber onlyKatherine Auld's love affair with space began 33 years ago with the inaugural STS-1 orbital fight of NASA's Space Shuttle Program. The launch was broadcast on live television and streamed directly into Auld's elementary school classroom. Continue reading...

FYI

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LIVE! in NWA

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Art OverView

May: A Month of Visual Art Events

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More Independent Than Ever

Eureka festival showcases latest in film making

Subscriber onlyIndependent films are hard to come by in the Ozarks. Continue reading...

Gone To The Dogs

Puppies join the parade at Saturday’s Springfest

Subscriber onlySpringfest has not only gone to the dogs -- it's gone to dogs in tutus, capes, caps and dressed as Minions. Continue reading...

Image Is Everything

Photographers focus on Eureka Springs in May

Subscriber onlyStephen Johnson has three passions -- being outdoors, creating things and technology. He found a way to combine all three into what has become a career as a landscape photographer. Continue reading...

An Orchard's Beauty Lost

University Theatre plays Chekhov with light hand

Subscriber onlyWhen Anton Chekhov's "The Cherry Orchard" premiered in 1904, it was presented as a tragedy. Continue reading...

FYI

Subscriber onlyTODAY (4/17) Spring Crank-Up -- With Tired Iron of the Ozarks, a club dedicated to the preservation of antique engines & tractors, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. today & Saturday, until 3 p.m. Sunday, 13344 Taylor Orchard Road in Gentry. Free. 787-6982. Continue reading...

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