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Artists converge on Crystal Bridges JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville presents its first temporary exhibition of the year starting Feb. 3, and with it,

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3×3 Three Minutes, Three Questions Benoit Charest, “Triplets of Belleville”

“The Triplets of Belleville,” a 2003 animated comedy, took the world of animation by storm — the feature-length, European-made film was unlike anything else at the time. The plot relied

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Rock Of Ages

When Bobby Matthews and Virginia Ralph set out to create a movement and music class for children — after they’d seen something similar in Memphis — it was only a

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Paparazzi Picks

Movers and shakers worth watching in 2018 It was a whim. We thought it would be fun to spotlight some of the people we expected to change the Northwest Arkansas

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The Revue Review

When I started thinking about end-of-the-year music coverage, I realized my listening habits in 2017 haven’t been quite as varied as usual. There was a lot of ’80s-inspired pop (very

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Counting It Down

Arts writers look back on top 10 stories of 2017 “Not even the most optimistic among our circle could have anticipated back in 2005 that by 2015 TheatreSquared would unveil

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Counting It Down

“Not even the most optimistic among our circle could have anticipated back in 2005 that by 2015 TheatreSquared would unveil plans for such a remarkable community space. But in many

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The Art Of Science

Book brings together two unique efforts in education BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com For nigh onto 30 years, Kent Bonar traversed the hills and valleys of Northwest Arkansas carrying a tome the

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Finding New Favorites

Fashion Week opens doors in Northwest Arkansas MELISSA ARENS Special to The Free Weekly I recently was a guest at Northwest Arkansas Fashion Week 2017 fall shows at Drake Field,

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A Woman’s Western

Local connections follow film to big screen BECCA MARTIN-BROWN NWA Democrat-Gazette In a classic Western, Julie Richards might have been a minor character — a “kept” woman with an abusive