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REVIEW: Train at the Walmart AMP

Subscriber onlyPat Monahan told me early this month in our preview interview for What's Up! that his "Play That Song Tour" sounds like summer. After a beautiful, lightly breezy night at the Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion on Monday, I think I have to agree. Continue reading...

Poetry In Motion

Beauty takes flight inside Butterfly Palace

Subscriber onlySerenity and beauty go hand in hand at The Butterfly Palace, a Branson attraction that looks down from a ridge on the west end of the Highway 76 strip. This unique attraction offers visitors a chance to not only learn about butterflies but to inhabit the same space for a little while. Continue reading...

Water, Water Everywhere

Coconut Cove lets littlest adventurers run free

Subscriber onlyNick Guevel wants to hook them young. White Water, says its operations director, is a "journey" that starts with babies and toddlers splashing on a water-enhanced playground and continues through teenagers flying down the four-story KaPao Plummet. Continue reading...

Grace Personified

Crystal Bridges celebrates architect and his vision

Subscriber onlyDylan Turk has a special relationship with the Frank Lloyd Wright home that was moved in 2015 to the grounds of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville. Continue reading...

All In This Together

‘This Is My Brave’ seeks to destigmatize mental illness

Subscriber onlyWhen Northwest Arkansas psychotherapist Lauren Levine first read about the "This Is My Brave" project, she was instantly drawn to the idea. Continue reading...

June Art OverView

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Rockin' The FPL

Music series everything from rockabilly to jazz

Subscriber onlyWhether it's bluegrass, jazz, rockabilly, honky-tonk or the blues, the Mountain Street Stage summer music series will once again rock the Fayetteville Public Library every Sunday afternoon, starting June 4. Continue reading...

Wine A Little

You’ll feel better; the WAC promises

Subscriber onlyIf you still have yet to visit the newly renovated Walton Arts Center, an evening where you can explore the venue freely while sipping wine might be the perfect excuse to check it out. The 17th annual Art of Wine Festival begins June 8 and incorporates three nights of casually sophisticated partying. Continue reading...

Still Walking The Trail

Cherokee culture informs storyteller

Subscriber onlyGayle Ross grew up in Lewisville, Texas, a northwestern suburb of Dallas. Only a few of its 100,000 people had anything to do with her heritage. Continue reading...

A Heroic Pairing

Concert explores classical music, cartoons, comics

Subscriber onlyMusic lovers, assemble! Continue reading...

LIVE! in NWA

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Westward, Ho!

NWA Audio Theater brings Capra’s world to life in ‘Westward the Women’

Subscriber onlyNorthwest Arkansas Audio Theater will conclude its inaugural season with its production of "Westward the Women" June 3-5 at the Arts Center of the Ozarks in Springdale. The group's ambitious first season included "The Canterville Ghost," A Christmas Carol," "The Shadow" and "Nero Wolfe." Continue reading...

FYI

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5x5 Five Minutes, Five Questions Omni Peace Gardeners

Subscriber onlyThis year's Omni Peace Garden Tour -- now in its ninth year -- invites humans into Fayetteville spaces created more for plants and animals. Froggy Bottom, at 324 E. Sutton St., is home to butterflies, birds, fish, frogs and toads, say gardeners Jennifer Mortensen and Kyle Quinn. Continue reading...

Pull Up a Chair

Festival offers a seat at the chef’s table

Subscriber onlyBITE NWA, Northwest Arkansas's two-day food festival, is going through a few changes for its third year. Continue reading...

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