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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

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The Words Of God

APT comedy lets ‘the Big Man’ have His say BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com “Irreverent” is perhaps the single word that best describes “An Act of God.” That’s no surprise when you

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Art OverView

Exhibitions go ‘Beyond’ the ordinary June 1 Craft Squared — Icing-thick painting and collage with “The Beyond” artist Caroline Larsen, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville.

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Best Bets

Summer Gets Serious Memorial Day, observed this year on May 28, the last Monday in May, honors the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. Originally

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Throwback Thursday

Flamingo Springs Trailer Resort is a blast from the kitschy past LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com When the 1950s-inspired trailer resort Flamingo Springs officially opens this June, denizens of Prairie Grove

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Home To Eureka

Almost no one is “from” Eureka Springs. But many people come home to Eureka for the May Festival of the Arts, part family reunion, part rite of spring, a time

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The Face Behind The Voice

Susan Ericksen is a classically trained actor with a master of fine arts in acting from the Meadows School for the Arts at Southern Methodist University. So when asked about

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‘Find Me’: BFF film rooted in genuine diversity

Tom Huang’s Bentonville Film Festival entry, titled “Find Me,” has nothing to do with his ethnicity — first-generation Chinese-American — or the fact that the cast is Asian, Latina and

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Family Matters: Unusual musical beautiful and heartbreaking

Looks can be deceiving. Jesse Tuck might look like a 17-year-old boy, but he’s far from it. He’s 102 — and he has found the secret to eternal youth. That’s

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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