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Sharing Memories

Watercolors take artist back to the moment   Tom Hoehn calls his artwork — and even showing it for the first time — “selfish.” “I paint from photos I’ve taken

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‘Ozark Mountain Soul’

Singer/songwriter rocks own style of ‘roots ‘n’ roll’ Opal Agafia says she “came out of the musical closet” two years ago. The metaphor makes sense when she explains that she

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Go With The Flow

Courtesy Photo   Bold colors, Bolder Coffee go together “In school years ago, I was the gal who got the ‘C’ in art — I couldn’t draw literally a stick

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Summer Beats

Gulley Park rocks the heat For Ben Ringel, frontman of Nashville rock outfit The Delta Saints, the records that stick with him the most are ones with a narrative start-to-finish

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Wonder Woman Delivers On DC’s Promise

It’s been nigh a decade since DC comics had a movie that exceeded expectations. Since Marvel started their shared universe, DC has been rushing to catch up with the competition,

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High School Art Show Aimed at Environmental Threats

A art exhibit and music presentation will be held Sunday, June 4, to promote awareness of marine debris and plastic waste in the U.S.’s waterways. Blue Brasher-Rues, 14-year-old Fayetteville High

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Q&A: John Burnette

An old Arkansas local musician is working his way back to Fayetteville after going wayward to Charlotte, N.C.

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Q&A: Jesse Phillips of St. Paul & The Broken Bones

St. Paul & The Broken Bones are a tour de force of soul power and talent.

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How '13 Reasons Why' Fails Its Audience

Netflix’s hit show 13 Reasons Why, about the suicide of high-schooler Hannah Baker, has monumentally failed its target audience.