Author Archives: Nick Brothers

Auditorium 51 Concert Series Comes to Mt. Sequoyah

By Nick Brothers |
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(From left to right) Jessica Sumner, Amy Lusu and Deme Reynolds sit together on the stage at Auditorium 51.

Presented by the producers of Homegrown On The River Music Festival comes Auditorium 51, a concert series on Mt. Sequoyah.

Review: Outer Sounds by The Too’s

By Caleb P. Rose and Nick Brothers |
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Outer Sounds by The Too’s releases Jan. 13. This is the band’s debut full-length record.

The melodies, harmonies, and stellar songwriting all are present on Outer Sounds, but two new dynamics are at play here that really frames this record.

Pinegrove’s Evan Stephens Hall to Perform House Show

By Nick Brothers |
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Out of the blue it seems, a house show featuring the singer-songwriter of one of 2016’s critically-acclaimed debut bands will be taking place this Friday in Fayetteville.

“I Have Seen the Promised Land”

By Risa D'Angeles |

On Thursday, Mercury slowly moving forward, re-enters Capricorn. All communication becomes practical, matter of fact and may sound harsh.

ArkansasStaged to Present Special Inauguration Day Reading of “The Taming”

By Nick Brothers |
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A certain presidential inauguration coming up got you down? The folks behind ArkansasStaged may have just the antidote.

Epiphany & the Three Astrologer Kings

By Risa D'Angeles |

In our beginning weeks of January 2017 there is already much activity in the skies influencing each of us.

Music From The Great Northwest: More than 170 releases from NWA in 2016

By Nick Brothers and Eric Jensen |
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The music scene in northwest Arkansas was alive and well — and certainly busy — in 2016.

Coming To Our Senses Regarding Nukes

By Robert F. Dodge, M.D |

As part of President-elect Trump’s daily tweets this past week he stated: “The United States must greatly strengthen its nuclear capability until such time as the world comes to its senses regarding nukes.”

Let It Glow: Natural Light In The Darkness

By Amanda Bancroft |
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There are countless ways that nature plays with light, even in darkness.

So This Is The New Year

By Dane La Born |
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There’s a song by Death Cab For Cutie I listen to every January 1st. The first line is “So this is the new year/and I don’t feel any different.”