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LIVE! in NWA

Subscriber onlyToday The Lark and the Loon -- 7 p.m., Bentonville Brewing Co., Bentonville. Continue reading...

Surrounded By Nature

National Park Radio plays Buffalo National River

Subscriber only"It's an awesome backdrop with the bluffs right there, and we'll be set up maybe 50 feet from the river." Continue reading...

Looking To Tomorrow

Cast of Arts Live’s ‘Annie Jr.’ never gives up

Subscriber onlySeeing the bright side of things in a bleak situation is not an easy task, but it can be done -- just ask a certain red-haired orphan. Continue reading...

Celebrating Children, Culture

El Dia de los Ninos brings community together

Subscriber onlyCrystal Bridges Museum of American Art will celebrate the culture and creativity of the children in the community on Sunday. Continue reading...

FYI

Subscriber onlyTODAY (4/22) Dogwood Festival -- With book sale, food & music, 9 a.m.-7:30 p.m. today; bed races, VW show, Steel Guitar Convention & headliners the Silvershakers, 9 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Saturday; music, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, downtown Siloam Springs. Free admission. siloamchamber.com. Continue reading...

Juxtaposed: Past, Present And Future

‘Reel Women’ exhibit give BFF audiences context

Subscriber onlyOn the heels of the first photography exhibit to grace the halls of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art comes another, "Reel Women: Icons and Identity in Film." Continue reading...

America's Music

Celebrating the history, spirituality of jazz

Subscriber only"It's a music of self-expression, of improvisation, of discipline." Continue reading...

Northern Exposure

Fayetteville gallery joins Bentonville art scene

Subscriber onlyBottle Rocket Gallery in Fayetteville has for three years provided a space for artists creating controversial or challenging work to display and perform their art. On April 1, the nonprofit gallery opened a new space in Bentonville, to the delight of co-founder Kat Wilson. Continue reading...

Visual Narrative

Literary Photographs Tell American Story

Subscriber onlyDocumentary style photographer Alec Soth has captured images all throughout North America, South America and Asia, but he finds Southern people and culture especially fascinating. Continue reading...

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