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Pieces Of The Past: Pettigrew community gathers for annual homecoming

“The Pettigrew Heritage Committee members had to step up to the plate after the passing of Wayne [Martin],” says Susan Collins, one of those members. “We had really depended upon

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All Jazzed Up

Musician Ashli Christoval — who will become Jazzy Ash when she performs with her band, The Leaping Lizards, on the Walton Arts Center stage on March 27 — discovered early

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Set Your Clocks Ahead

What goes 50 mph, drops 10 stories, has a 95-foot vertical loop, a dive loop and a zero G roll and promises almost 2 minutes of screaming, laughing, heart-pumping excitement?

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Spring In To Fun

Community programs offer activities for kids LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com Northwest Arkansas public schools will celebrate spring break the week of March 19-23. While the halcyon call of “No school!”

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A Rare Respite

Given that Fort Smith will spend this year celebrating its 200th birthday, the Fort Smith Museum of History has found the perfect image in celebration: Artist Samuel Seymour’s 1820 watercolor

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As Many Giggles As Scares

Playwright brings new ‘Sleepy Hollow’ to life LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” is coming to Arts Live — but director Jason Suel says the story of

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Start Your Engines

Hot Wheels rev up fun at Amazeum For the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, “the idea for the exhibit was pretty simple at the start.” “We had worked with Mattel on

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‘Fifty From Fifty’

Shiloh Museum showcases pieces of past BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com Carolyn Reno has had a uniquely fortunate position with the Shiloh Museum for 34 years of its 50-year history. She is

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When The Animals Take Over

Arts Live tackles challenge of Orwell’s ‘Animal Farm’ LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others,” reads the most famous line from

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Bridge To The Future

Just one short bridge stands between three hungry billy goats and the fragrant, verdant grass in the meadow — so what could possibly go wrong? Lots, as it turns out,