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Subscriber onlyToday Lucious Spiller -- The Big Chill, Rogers. Continue reading...

Art OverView

April: A month of extraordinary art events

Subscriber onlyApril 1 Preschool Art: Patterns -- Discover patterns used by artists represented in "Van Gogh to Rothko" and use them to try out new methods of art making, 2:15 p.m., Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville. Session includes three Wednesday classes. $24-$30. 657-2335; crystalbridges.org. Continue reading...

Crimes Of Poetry

Goddess Festival welcomes Oklahoma poet

Subscriber onlySome people see a "little machine shed" and see nothing. Continue reading...

Historic Gift

Blair collection expands museum’s timeline

Subscriber only"There are two lessons here about art and human nature," says Jim Blair when asked what he's learned from Meso-American art. Continue reading...

Sweet, Sweet Friendship

‘Superior Donuts’ brings message to TheatreSquared stage

Subscriber onlyBroadway did not give "Superior Donuts" much of a chance. Sean Patrick Reilly knows that all too well. He served as understudy to several of the original cast, but he was out of a job after the just-more-than three-month run. Continue reading...

Trouble, My Friends!

‘Music Man’ comes back to ACO this summer

Subscriber only"The Music Man" was the first musical Kathi and Harry Blundell produced together at the Arts Center of the Ozarks. Continue reading...

Invitation To Dance

Pineapple Tree explores the creative process

Subscriber onlyPineapple Tree Dance Company may be young, but its performers aren't new at this. Continue reading...

Weekly Wonders

Street fairs offer family-friendly opportunities

Subscriber onlyFirst Thursday, First Friday, Second Saturday -- what does it all mean? Continue reading...

A Sonic Shuffle

Nora Jane Struthers shifts toward a heavier sound

Subscriber onlyThe February release "Wake" by Nora Jane Struthers is her most personal recording yet, she readily admits. It's her most rollicking album to date, too. So does that mean she's secretly a rock 'n' roll artist? Continue reading...

History, Reimagined

New novel follows quarry family past the war

Subscriber onlyWhat started as "43 pages of mess" has become two novels for Steve Yates, a Springfield, Mo., native, a University of Arkansas alumnus and the winner of the 2012 Juniper Prize. Yates will return to Fayetteville to read from the second novel, "The Teeth of the Souls," when the Ozark Poets and Writers Collective meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Nightbird Books. Continue reading...

That's The Ticket!

Movies set in motion at Crystal Bridges

Subscriber onlyMovie buffs in Arkansas have a growing number of options to see the big screen. Continue reading...

FYI

Subscriber onlyTODAY Spring Break at the Jones Center -- Swim, skate or use the gym for $3, 10 a.m.-10 p.m. at the Jones Center in Springdale. 756-8090. Continue reading...

Beach Vibe

Find fun in the sun on spring break

Subscriber onlyWhat says "spring break" like nothing else? Continue reading...

Spring Break Sessions Sure to Entertain

Subscriber onlyFORT SMITH Fort Smith Public Library FAYETTEVILLE Arts Live Theatre — Let’s Create a Play Together, for ages 5-8. $110.; The Songs of “Annie” Musical Theater, for ages 9-12. $135; “Peter Pan” Musical Theater, for ages 9-12. $135. 521-4932. Continue reading...

Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

Academy of Arts students fly toward big dreams

Subscriber onlyMary and Bert are going to fly. Continue reading...

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