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Making Ripples

Birds Are Big Responsibility

Maintaining feeders, houses must be part of promise AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples This sentence might be your first encounter with the knowledge that uncleaned nest boxes, suet cages, bird feeders,

Theater

Popular Demand

APT announces season BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com Ed McClure loves a secret. Actually, when this story was written, he had eight secrets — the eight shows he was planning to announce March 1

Family Friendly

A Spellbinding Soiree

Wizardry comes home to Fayetteville JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com Witches and wizards, Potterheads and Tolkienists, even elves, dwarfs and Muggles — no matter what fandom you belong to or the fantasy

Galleries

When Bigger Is Better

Large-scale prints on display JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com “Printmaking is pretty straightforward and simple,” Maryanne Ellison Simmons explains. “You ink something up, you lay something on top of it, and you

LIVE! In NWA

LIVE! in NWA

March 15 Eric Miller — Brick Street Brews, Rogers. 2Shock — Chelsea’s Corner Cafe, Eureka Springs. Uncrowned Kings — 9 p.m., Cherokee Casino, West Siloam Springs, Okla. Shooter Jennings —

Music

Five Minutes, Five Questions: Jim Yester, The Association

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com You might not know the name of the band, but if you were around in the 1960s — or ’70s, or ’80s — you’ll remember the songs:

In The News

Housewarming Gifts

T2 announces seven-play season in new home LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com TheatreSquared has been making season programming announcements for 14 years now, and there’s always been an air of excitement

Male Call

Handy tips to ensure your undershirts stay white

Q. My friend often complains that my T-shirts are not white enough. He hires people, and insists that one thing that makes him crazy is when men wear yellowed T-shirts.

In The News

No Zone Like Home

Rezoning request stirs up residents STACY RYBURN sryburn@nwadg.com The Fayetteville City Council heard from residents concerned their neighborhood will become unrecognizable with rezoning requests such as the one discussed March