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A Ride On The Wild Side

Hearse show shares the boo-ty of ‘haunt season’

Subscriber onlyJonna Summers Bryant isn't quite sure what to expect Saturday. Continue reading...

Enjoy the Buckin': PBR event promises excitement for bull riding fans

PBR event promises excitement for bull riding fans

Subscriber onlyDoes 45 bulls equal 45 bull rides? Doubtful. The bulls' form of subtraction can be a pretty hard problem to solve. Continue reading...

Family Fun Times 31

Frisco Festival brings people together

Subscriber only"I've lived in Rogers my whole life and don't remember a summer without the Frisco Festival," says Jessica Rush, the interim director for Mainstreet Rogers. "It's just a nice community event to be able to get together before the stress of the school year sets in." Continue reading...

Colorful Expressions

Heartwood features glass-work artisans at open house

Subscriber only"I love to get out and interact with people instead of just being locked in my studio," says Hank Barnes, a local craftsman and one of the artists whose work will be featured at the stained glass and mosaics showcase Saturday at Heartwood Gallery. "I think people who will actually go to a gallery like to talk to the artist and see that the work is actually handcrafted. That's really cool to me that there are people who still care about that aspect of the work." Continue reading...

FYI

Subscriber onlyTODAY (8/21) Silly Songs & Stories -- 10 a.m., Bella Vista Public Library. 855-1753. Continue reading...

How A Pig Can Save A Penny

Local businesses stretch college dollars

Subscriber onlyWe know college students have a lot of expenses. Between the tuition, textbooks and nice quiet study parties with sensible food and beverage options, your bank account will see a lot of action during your college years. Luckily, Northwest Arkansas has more than a few businesses and entertainment venues which are sympathetic to the financial plight of the average college student. Here are some places in Northwest Arkansas you can save a buck or two just by flashing your student ID. Please note, not all of them have "Razorback" in their names! Continue reading...

Time After Time

Lose yourself in the sights and sounds of Fayetteville

Subscriber onlyDear incoming UA students: You're about to start a new life here in Fayetteville, and we couldn't be happier for you. It's a great town. You'll make friends, you'll learn lots, and you'll grow up, too. You'll figure out a lot about life along the way. Much of what you learn in college will stick with you forever. That's been our experience, at least. Continue reading...

7x7 Seven Minutes, Seven Questions Hank Williams Jr.

Subscriber onlyAs long as it doesn't get in the way of his busy hunting and fishing schedule, Hank Williams Jr. loves to tour. And he might answer a few questions about his exploits, too. Williams' publicist told the paper his client only does interviews via email, so we sent a few questions his way. Continue reading...

A Sunday Fun Day

Roots Festival continues to branch out

Subscriber onlyThe stage will be built. The fans will be there, too. It left Bryan Hembree and his team of organizers with the Fayetteville Roots Festival wondering why they shouldn't just keep the party going. An expanded Sunday night offering during the annual Roots Festival would be a natural extension of the growth the festival has experienced in the last five years, having started as a one-night showcase inside Greenhouse Grille. Continue reading...

Serious Potty Humor

Nashville rockers earn acclaim with four-guitar attack

Subscriber onlyA serious band that seriously calls itself Diarrhea Planet? Continue reading...

Batty About Ecology

Watershed Sanctuary shares life around the lake

Subscriber onlyBy day, a gray bat maternity colony is "so loud, it sounds like a great big bazaar in there," says Arkansas State University master's student Patrick Moore. "It's full of chittering and talking all day long." Continue reading...

LIVE! IN NWA

Subscriber onlyToday Mount Sonder — 7-9 p.m., Arsaga’s on Crossover, Fayetteville. Continue reading...

Step In To Our Parlor

Giant spider a friendly presence at Crystal Bridges

Subscriber onlyHave you seen the giant spider looming over the south entrance to Crystal Bridges? The only way you haven't seen it is if you haven't visited the museum in the last two weeks -- because a 30-foot-tall spider sculpture formed from stainless steel and bronze is kind of hard to miss. Continue reading...

Warhol In The Movies

Composers create, perform score for artist’s short films

Subscriber onlyWriting music for Andy Warhol films is a proposition Dean Wareham just couldn't turn down. Continue reading...

The Old Social Media

Columnist’s records reveal local news of the day

Subscriber onlyBack in the days when Marion Mason was writing for The Springdale News, there were two ways to find out who was visiting whom, who had gone out of town, who was celebrating a birthday, who had a new beau or a new grandbaby. Continue reading...

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