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Cycling Festival in Rogers open to riders of all ages, skill levels

Subscriber onlyThe Rogers Cycling Festival has a little something for everybody. Continue reading...

Rockin' Springdale

Shreve kicks off Main Street Music Nites

Subscriber only"The Sideshow has always maintained a flair for the dramatic." Continue reading...

Gone to The Dogs

Siloam Springs Canine Celebration Promotes Downtown

Subscriber onlyThe dog days of summer are here and so is the seventh annual Dog Day of Summer in Siloam Springs. Continue reading...

Rolling The Range

Gilcrease Museum takes to the road for RAM visit

Subscriber onlyAdvantages: Sod was inexpensive. Mud and roots or straw to make sod were found on the land of settlers. A small sod house could be built quickly with few tools. Continue reading...

FYI

Subscriber onlyTODAY Friday Morning Movie -- "SpongeBob SquarePants: Sponge Out of Water," 10 a.m., Fayetteville Public Library. Free. faylib.org. Continue reading...

LIVE! in NWA

Subscriber onlyTwenty musical performances in Northwest Arkansas tonight kick off a week of music and shows around the region. Continue reading...

Art OverView

August: A Month Of Visual Art Events

Subscriber onlyAUG. 2 Van Buren Photography -- Photographer J. P. Bell will share his photo collection of Van Buren and Martin Duckworth will present a collection of his work exploring the boundaries beyond Van Buren at the Center for Art & Education in Van Buren. Continue reading...

Picture This

Annual Family Day all about illusions

Subscriber onlyRemember, there was a time before moving pictures. Continue reading...

Celebrating 117 years

Five ways to enjoy this year’s Tontitown Grape Festival, beginning Tuesday

Subscriber only"The Grape Festival is all about tradition," says Chris Martini, co-chair of the 117th Annual Tontitown Grape Festival. "We're celebrating the harvest, the dinners, family time and just tradition." Continue reading...

Making Their 'Peace'

New music festival seeks to provide diverse lineup, funding for Fort Smith charities

Subscriber onlyJeff Gosey has an idea what Fort Smith area music fans want. They want a little bit of everything -- jam bands, gospel, rock and more. Continue reading...

Cat Chat

Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge Visits Bentonvile Square

Subscriber onlyTigers won't make an appearance on Bentonville Square, but that doesn't mean you can't get up close and personal with the big cats -- and other animals -- Sunday at Sidewalk Sundays at The Walmart Museum. Continue reading...

A Study in ‘Contrasts’

New season from Fort Smith Symphony promises diversity, complexity

Subscriber onlyIf the upcoming season from the Fort Smith Symphony were a meal, it would not be meat and potatoes. It would be something more gourmet, with a mix of influence from other countries, says the organization’s musical director and maestro, John Jeter. Continue reading...

Inside The Artist's Mind

Exhibit introduces art lovers to Wyeth legacy

Subscriber onlyJamie Wyeth continued the family business, so to speak, when he took up sketching as a young child. Continue reading...

Center features Frozen fun

The Jones Center chills out with ‘Frozen’ event

Subscriber onlyLet it go -- the summer heat, that is. The Jones Center in Springdale plans to welcome princes and princesses this weekend for a skating event with characters from the movie "Frozen." Continue reading...

FYI

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