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Building Bridges

Unity, vision at heart of solstice celebration

Subscriber onlySunday is officially the first day of summer, and will be the longest day of the year in the Northern hemisphere. To take advantage of the extended daylight hours, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art is hosting its third annual Summer Solstice celebration in conjunction with Family Sunday, making a weekend of free family activities. Continue reading...

LIVE! in NWA

Subscriber onlyToday CongaKeyz -- 6-8 p.m., Bella Amore, Bella Vista. Continue reading...

From The Top

Musicians climb the mountain at Opera in the Ozarks

Subscriber onlyThe 65th anniversary season of Opera in the Ozarks has an ambitious musical lineup, a new captain and a flock of humble young talent hoping to impress audiences this summer. Continue reading...

Thundering Away

Musicians rally to replace canceled festival

Subscriber onlyOrganizers of the Thunder on the Mountain country music festival set to take place June 26-28 on Mulberry Mountain near Ozark announced June 13 the event was canceled, but an Arkansas performer is organizing an alternative three-day music festival for the same weekend. Continue reading...

Dream Team

Hoops history being written at Silver Dollar City

Subscriber onlyA trick-shooting basketball team isn't exactly part of the history of Silver Dollar City, but the Harlem Globetrotters are making history at the Branson, Mo., theme park. Continue reading...

4x4 Four Minutes, Four Questions Lee Blessing & Mark Brown

Subscriber onlyThe best-known names at this year's Arkansas New Play Festival came to play writing in very different ways. Continue reading...

Brilliantly Blues

Weekend offers some gems of genre

Subscriber onlyThe blues weekend in Eureka Springs was so much fun it turned into blues week. Continue reading...

Mixing It Up

Variety spice of life for harpist

Subscriber only"People go to the harp and angel connection, which is lovely but not necessarily always appropriate," says harpist Beth Stockdell. "I'll often ask people what they want to hear and they will say, 'I don't know any harp music.' But that wasn't the question! I can play from almost every genre. Almost every harpist can play 'Stairway to Heaven,' so maybe ask me to play Taylor Swift's 'Shake it Off,' a favorite Beatles' song or something else that speaks to you. Continue reading...

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