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Don't Sweat It

Cool off with summer drinks from powerful to sublime

Subscriber onlyFrom the booming food truck business in Fayetteville to culinary expertise taking hold in Bentonville kitchens, our corner of the state is gaining regional and national recognition for its eats. Continue reading...

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Steely Resolve

Reunited rock band continues cross-country tour

Subscriber onlySometimes, Jon Herington works on Donald Fagen's solo albums. Fagen, the lead singer for jazz- and blues-influenced classic rock act Steely Dan, sounds in a solo context much like he does with the band for which he's better known, Herington says by phone from a recent tour stop in Phoenix. Perhaps he's a little softer and a little sunnier when solo, Herington adds. Continue reading...

Three Minutes, Three Questions

Matthew Herren, SoNA

Subscriber onlyIt's quiet now in the symphony halls of Northwest Arkansas. Continue reading...

Movements And Momentum

Fort Smith Symphony hopes to further capitalize on recent success

Subscriber onlyLast year was the Fort Smith Symphony's 90th, and the organization celebrated. That celebration came with a gala event but was also reflected in the size of the orchestra and its collective onstage ambitions. Continue reading...

Water, Water Everywhere

Branson park adds thrill ride, late-night fireworks

Subscriber onlyPerhaps White Water ought to market itself as kid-tested, dad-approved. Continue reading...

They Suck!

Subscriber onlyThe subject of this weekend's Friends of Hobbs Park Speakers Series really sucks. Continue reading...

Fun With Food

Plant to Plate sets seeds in young minds

Subscriber onlyAbout 15 to 20 children can participate July 29-31 in the Apple Seeds Plant to Plate Journey, described by Apple Seeds Inc. executive director Mary Thompson as "fun, interactive and inspirational." Continue reading...

For the Love of Buckyball

Documentary film goes live at Crystal Bridges

Subscriber onlyIt all started with an obsession with Bigfoot. Continue reading...

When Fireflies Dance

Garden comes alive with music and stories

Subscriber onlyFire spinners and glow-in-the-dark illuminated hula hoops are two attractions guests will find at this year's Firefly Fling Saturday at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks in Fayetteville. Continue reading...

With Hooks, By Crook(ston)

Writer’s passions play out in story songs about life’s journeys

Subscriber onlyGeorgia O'Keeffe always did what she wanted, reasons Joe Crookston. She painted without regard for the conventions of her time. She painted the American Southwest when no one else did, and she was a strong female presence in a sea of male contemporaries. Continue reading...

Revealing The Art Within

Bella Vista carvers find, share beauty in the wood

Subscriber onlyThe first thing a visitor notices isn't the wood -- although the carvings are detailed, widely varied and often exquisite. Continue reading...

Living The Dream

Marching band enjoys unique summer as ‘gypsys’

Subscriber onlyEvery summer, thousands of high school and college students climb on to buses with their air mattresses, suitcases, trumpets, trombones and tubas in tow. They'll spend June, July and part of August playing at hundreds of events, culminating in national championships in Indianapolis. Continue reading...

Somethin' ... Good

Miranda Lambert still sittin’ on top of country world

Subscriber onlyThere are country superstars, and then there's Miranda Lambert. She scored a rare double play two weeks ago, sitting jointly at the top of the country album and songs chart, with "Platinum" and "Somethin' Bad," respectively. Continue reading...

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