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Downtown Is Uptown: New plays open new UA theater

The University of Arkansas Department of Theatre is on the move — both literally and figuratively. Next week, department chairman Michael Riha will unveil the ambitious renovation of the UA

8 Days A Week

April 20 (Friday) “Natural Shocks” — An ArkansasStaged staged reading of the play by Lauren Gunderson, 7 p.m., Fenix Fayetteville


April 20 Ed Gerhard — 7 p.m., Artist Retreat Center, Bella Vista. $20. Dance Monkey Dance — Black Apple Crossing,


Sara Parnell is always ready to open her Artist Retreat Center to a musician passing through Northwest Arkansas. There’s a


In its third year, Inverse Performance Art Festival continues its mission of fostering a community of support and understanding around


King is songwriter you didn’t know you knew Falling in love at 16 and getting married too young, going through

Advice Goddess

Girl-On-Girl Inaction I hate to be trite, but my wife and I are experiencing “lesbian bed death.” We’ve been happily

Risa's Astrology

A new world crisis began last week. When crisis occurs, the New Group of World Servers (NGWS) stand together in

In The News

Big-picture discussions about city planning and how to accommodate growth stemmed from the first reading April 17 of an ordinance

Making Ripples

Making good choices needn’t be complicated It’s understandable. Who wants to make a difference if they will suffer for it?


Fashion Week showcases designers, boutiques A Drake Field airline hangar was transformed into a runway — a fashion show runway — Nov.


If Martin Philip hadn’t lived it, he might not believe his own story, he admits, laughing. How does a small-town

Family Friendly

Julie Gabel, director of Arts Live’s upcoming musical “Aladdin” — based on the animated film of the same name —

As Heard on KUAF

‘Tis the season to celebrate in the four central cities of Northwest Arkansas. Although it may seem to come earlier