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Photography exhibit shares life on Delta in early 20th century

Subscriber onlyFour years ago, Bentonville photographer Chris Engholm set out to capture oral histories about life on the White River. He found much of what he expected. But he also found something he could never have imagined. Continue reading...

LIVE! in NWA

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Audio theater company knows The Shadow

Subscriber only"Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? 'The Shadow' knows!" Continue reading...

Mardi Gras Roundup

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Child Prodigy

Filip Pogady grows up with violin in hand

Subscriber only"Nobody expected me to be a professional musician at all," says Filip Pogady. Continue reading...

One Billion Rising

Women dance, sing and drum to end domestic violence

Subscriber only"Bring a drum, sing the song, share your story," encourages Mary Jo Rose. "It's a depressing subject, but it's an upbeat event." Continue reading...

Laugh It Up

Comedy now a local choice

Subscriber only"Eureka Springs has its own vibe. Fayetteville has its own vibe. Bentonville? When I say it's trying to find its feet, I mean there's so many different entertainment options coming through that people are having to choose. So that's the most important thing to us is that when they do choose comedy, we want to put really good stuff out there." Continue reading...

Struggling To Be Heard

Joan of Arc’s story supports women in need

Subscriber onlyMagdalene Serenity House of Northwest Arkansas will present Stacy Ericson's original play, "The Fairest Flame," a historical drama about the last few days before Joan of Arc began her trial, Feb. 17-19 at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Fayetteville. The proceeds of the production will benefit Magdalene Serenity House, a nonprofit organization that offers refuge to women who are survivors of sexual exploitation. Continue reading...

Easy On The Heartbreak

Favorite characters connect through abiding belief in love

Subscriber only"There's something funny about unrequited love -- I suppose it's because we can all identify with it." -- Charles M. Schulz Continue reading...

LIVE! in NWA

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Inspiring Strength

Show, acrobat inspire empathy through equality

Subscriber onlyPicture a circus acrobat. The acrobat is supporting a partner in an adagio (pair balancing) act. The acrobat is at the base of a three-person tower, or catching fliers on the trapeze. Got an image? What does the performer look like? Any chance she's a 5-foot-2-inch, feminine woman? Continue reading...

Puttin' On The Ritz

APT promises hilarity in Mel Brooks musical

Subscriber only"If 'The Producers' and 'Rocky Horror' had a baby, 'Young Frankenstein' would be it," says Ed McClure, director of the Arkansas Public Theatre production opening tonight. "I had the luxury of seeing it in New York, on Broadway, and it checks all the boxes -- big musical numbers, singing and dancing, and it's as hilarious as the movie." Continue reading...

A Musical Heart Breaker

‘Dream team’ brings ‘Last Five Years’ to ACO

Subscriber onlyArts Center of the Ozarks has long been known for the splashy, large-cast musicals produced in the summer. Classic and family-friendly, they are the perfect complement to a day spent barbecuing and splashing around in a swimming hole. Continue reading...

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