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‘I Do’ Eco-Friendly

Couple seeks to erase wedding’s carbon footprint ANDREA JOHNSON ajohnson@nwadg.com If provided the local resources, Fayetteville resident Stephanie Hackmann would have worn a dress fashioned out of recycled paper to

8 Days A Week

June 15 (Friday) Barnyard Buddies — See & feed barnyard animals, 10 a.m.-noon, old City Hospital parking lot south of

LIVE! In NWA

June 15 Odd Key Party — Black Apple Crossing, Springdale. Lazy Daisy — Brick Street Brews, Rogers. Sister Lucille Band

Music

Rock band aims to connect with new release JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com “The same, but different” is how pop rock group

Galleries

‘Rusty barn stuff’ in demand at Junk Ranch LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com When Amy Daniels and Julie Speed first started

Theater

ACO musical has great pedigree, bouncy score LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com When the Arts Center of the Ozarks opens its

Advice Goddess

    Prance Charming My friend is obsessed with dating models. Of course, because he’s dating mostly based on looks,

Risa's Astrology

The week begins with a Wednesday, new moon at 23 degrees Gemini, sign of the two brothers, one the personality

In The News

Residents call for more affordable, connected, diverse housing DAN HOLTMEYER dholtmeyer@nwadg.com Hundreds of Northwest Arkansas residents say they want the

Making Ripples

Gardener works to oust invasive species AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples Karen Takemoto is a champion of honeysuckle removal, working steadily

Fashion

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

Food

Culinary appetite expands event to three days LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com BITE NWA — a celebration of the culinary wonders

Family Friendly

Concert series returns Following the success of the Chihuly Concert Series in the North Forest last year, Crystal Bridges Museum

As Heard on KUAF

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