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A Stitch In Time

Artist ‘yarn bombs’ French Revolution

Subscriber onlyYou name it, and Eureka Springs artist Gina Rose Gallina can make it -- a bicycle, a chocolate cake, a chaise lounge, a bumblebee, a garden, a rainbow, a pair of ruby slippers, even a ballgown. Continue reading...

Staying Alive

American joins Australian Bee Gees for uncanny tour

Subscriber onlyThe music is loud, and the women are still warm for a reincarnation of the pop group that made disco forever cool. Continue reading...

Big Fishes, Grateful Pond

House concerts feature best of singer/songwriters

Subscriber onlyPretty much we go for the movers and the shakers in the folk music world -- and folk music is a small world, a small pond with a lot of big fishes in it," says Nancy Paddock, presenter of the Eureka House Concerts. Continue reading...

Small-Scale Fun

Model train enthusiasts promote passion

Subscriber onlyCars and planes may be the most popular ways to travel, but according to a group of local enthusiasts, trains are really where it's at. Continue reading...

The Art OverView

March: A month of exemplary art events

Subscriber onlyMarch 1 "One District One Book" -- Wrap-up celebration for the citywide reading program. Sponsored by Rockline Industries from 1 to 4 p.m. at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville. Free. crystalbridges.org. Continue reading...

Sing, Sing Along

‘Pitch Perfect’ a warmup for VoiceJam festival

Subscriber onlyYou've done this in the car, in the shower and maybe even while cleaning house or grocery shopping. Continue reading...

An Underground Success

Unconventional karaoke a hit even though songs never were

Subscriber onlyThe thick books of laminated paper are common at karaoke clubs. And the songs they contain can be described as common, too. Continue reading...

Native Suds

Debut event brews support for local beer

Subscriber onlyEven as winter weather sticks around, Jessica Sumner is asking local breweries to think spring. Continue reading...

LIVE! in NWA

Subscriber onlyToday Highway 124 -- The Big Chill, Rogers. Continue reading...

FYI

Subscriber onlyTODAY (2/27) "Be My Baby" -- A 1950s-style comedy by Ken Ludwig about an odd and older twosome traveling to bring a child to a young couple for adoption, 7:30 p.m. today & Saturday, Fort Smith Little Theatre. $5. fslt.org. Continue reading...

Let Your Light Shine

Modern twists illuminate classic tales

Subscriber onlyTwo classic tales will be seen in a new light Sunday at the Walton Arts Center. Continue reading...

A Dividing Line

Smokey and the Mirror reveal new studio album

Subscriber onlyThe "Thin Black Line" in the title of the forthcoming Smokey and the Mirror album pulls from many sources. It talks about the placement of pencil on paper, a reference to the Fayetteville-based roots act's emphasis on songwriting. It speaks to long, thin strips of asphalt in a wide world, an acknowledgment of the band's time on the road. It hints at separation, the kind of narrow dividing line between love and loss that emerged in many of the songs. Continue reading...

Rock And Roll

Derby stars back for 2015 and rising fast

Subscriber onlyThose who've never experienced roller derby have extra incentive to attend Northwest Arkansas Roller Derby games this year, with the addition of a beer garden by Core Brewery, halftime performances by the Elite Dance Company of Fayetteville, after-parties at Smitty's Garage and the promise that if you don't "get it," a roller derby member will come explain the game to you. Continue reading...

Beam Me Up

Winds pay homage to world of sci-fi

Subscriber onlyAllen Fields remembers a time when playing in the band meant marching at halftime. Continue reading...

Living History

Clayton House nurtures family trees

Subscriber onlyJulie Moncrief is one of those people -- the ones who see a gap, a need, and can't help trying to fill it. Continue reading...

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