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'A Place To Remember Peace'

10th garden tour plants seeds of inspiration

Subscriber onlyPeace gardens are not necessarily elaborate or expensive gardens, says Dick Bennett, founder of the Omni Center for Peace, Justice & Ecology and the 10-year-old Omni Peace Garden Tour, which takes place Saturday. Continue reading...

The Spice Of Life

Variety show a dream come true

Subscriber onlySteve Kinworthy calls his new Eureka Springs variety show "Lovin' Every Minute," and he is. Kinworthy is, in fact, living the American dream. At 59 years old, he's become the star of his own show, surrounded by professional singers, dancers, musicians and a Cirque du Soleil-style act that includes a unicycle and rollerskates. Continue reading...

Going Up?

Mural turns steep stairs into star walk

Subscriber onlySome people see Eureka Springs' steep stairways as they are and say, "Why???" Continue reading...

On The Right Note

Chamber Music Festival founder ready to rest

Subscriber onlyStephen Gates has been playing cello since he was 7 years old. Continue reading...

3x3 Three Minutes, Three Questions Bojidara Kouzmanova

Subscriber onlyWhat finer tribute could a violinist receive than music created in her honor? Continue reading...

'Comedy Wasn't A Career Decision'

Laughter is an escape from normal life

Subscriber onlyIt's hard to imagine a star who is more down to earth than comic Kathleen Madigan. Continue reading...

Down Memory Lane

Garrison Avenue was ‘life blood’ of Fort Smith

Subscriber onlyWhen Chuck Girard drives down Garrison Avenue to his job at the First National Bank of Fort Smith, he sees more than his eyes might show him. He sees hopes and dreams, successes and failures, beginnings and endings. Continue reading...

Walk The Walk

White Street opens doors, hearts for art lovers

Subscriber onlyThere's something distinctly Southern about the hospitality at the annual White Street Studio Walk in Eureka Springs. Continue reading...

Abby Boewe Burnett

Author digs cemeteries' secrets

Subscriber onlyGrowing up in the exotic cultures of Iran, Pakistan and India, Abby Boewe Burnett dreamed of becoming an archaeologist. Sometimes the professors who came to visit her father, director of the Fulbright Program for international education exchange, told her stories and answered her questions. Other times, her father, Charles Boewe, took her to the Americans' excavation sites, and she got to see for herself the artifacts that brought history out of the ground. Continue reading...


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