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Big Ride, Big Stakes

Springdale’s first cycling tour puts spotlight on sport, city

Subscriber onlyThe registration deadline is looming for the inagural Lanterne Rouge Fondo & Midsummer Soiree -- a cycling tour and post-ride party Aug. 27 in downtown Springdale. Continue reading...

History In The Making

Technology unveiled at annual Ice Cream Social

Subscriber onlyThere's a lot to know about Headquarters House, the home of the Washington County Historical Society. Continue reading...

Tasting History

Shiloh Museum celebrates bounty of the garden

Subscriber onlyThe plan, says Judy Costello, was to bring "kids of all ages" -- young kids with parents, grandparents with grandkids and anyone who loves history -- to the Shiloh Museum for one hour, once a month. Continue reading...

Short Experiments

Film event finds home for artform

Subscriber onlyExperimental film can have a difficult time establishing a home in a small town arts community. Submissions tend to pop into film festivals here and there, but the abstract nature can be lost on a general audience. If enough people are participating in an art form, though, that's when its own niche can be carved into the artistic landscape. Continue reading...

Fayetteville GO!

City’s secrets revealed to those who seek

Subscriber onlyEvery August, Fayetteville welcomes a slew of new--and returning -- students to the University of Arkansas. Whether you're a Fayetteville rookie or an old pro, we figured some suggestions that will keep you off the beaten path might be helpful. Some of these are hidden gems and some are old favorites, but they're all worth exploring as you make your way in your new home (or settle back into a familiar environment). Bonus for the Pokemon GO fans: we're also designating which of these destinations are a PokeStop (PS) or a PokeGym (PG). Happy hunting! Continue reading...

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LIVE! in NWA

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Making Music Intimate

Music program expands to Farmers’ Market

Subscriber onlyThe creative minds at Artist Laboratory Theatre are interested in expanding the audience's role in theater. They stage site-specific performances in non-theater settings to engage and involve the Northwest Arkansas community. This includes a radio program -- titled Sunday Night Service -- that is spreading to the Farmers' Market for a new pop-up series. Continue reading...

Bright Lights, Big City

Musician comes home to guide Faulkner Center’s first season

Subscriber onlyThe bright lights of New York City were enough to draw Nicole Cotton there a decade ago, but the allure of Razorback red -- and a new performing arts center -- were enough to bring her back. Continue reading...

Dogs Just Want To Have Fun

Pool party raises money for furry friends in Prairie Grove

Subscriber onlySummer might be almost over, but dogs still want to have fun. So they're headed to the pool for a Soggy Doggy Pool Party. Continue reading...

A Berry among grapes

Grape festival brings country music to Tontitown

After a short hiatus from releasing new music, country singer/songwriter John Berry is back in the country music game with the release of his new album "What I Love the Most" on June 3. The singer, known for hits like "Your Love Amazes Me," "Standing On the Edge of Goodbye," and "She's Taken a Shine" is the headliner for the live music stage at the 118th Tontitown Grape Festival and will perform at 9 p.m. Saturday. Continue reading...

Making Memories

‘Nostalgia’ is theme of fourth Sensory Iconclasts show

Subscriber onlyAn Aug. 23 exhibition opening at Arts Center of the Ozarks will kick off the fourth annual Sensory Iconoclasts project. Continue reading...

Big Break

‘Cyrano’ offers actors big opportunities

Subscriber onlySchool may not be in session just yet, but don't tell that to the actors in Trike Theatre's "Cyrano." They just completed a two-week camp where they learned all kinds of new things. Continue reading...

A Family Affair

Bluegrass festival about more than the music

Subscriber onlyJoe McClung grew up in a family of performers. He and his 10 brothers and sisters all played musical instruments and sang together in Joplin, Mo. Continue reading...

A Very Busy Season

Maestro brings two world premieres to SoNA

Subscriber onlyThe Paul Haas masterfully wielding the baton in front of the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas is just one incarnation of a very busy man. Continue reading...