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Designers bring new life to reclaimed materials

In the post-hurricane Caribbean, the inhabitants of “Once on This Island” find their home strewn with trash and other discarded debris that has washed in from the ocean. Tony Award

8 Days A Week

Feb. 14 (Friday) Tai Chi Class — With Paul Davis, 9:30 a.m., Fayetteville Public Library. Free. Preschool Story Time


Feb. 14 Happy Valentine’s Day! Sycamore — 8 p.m., Black Apple Crossing, Springdale. Eric P Miller — 6 p.m., Brick


Sean Harrison was raised in the heart of a creative environment. His dad was novelist William Neal Harrison, who established


The first words on The 1619 Project website are profound: “1619 is not a year that most Americans know as


One of the most divisive election years in history was officially kicked off — with rampant chaos — in Iowa

Advice Goddess

Flee Infestation Disturbingly, I’ve had two close female friends “ghost” me in five months. I’ve known each for 15 years.

Risa's Astrology

Valentine’s Day this year is quite mysterious. The moon is in Scorpio. So, the gift of Valentine’s day may be

In The News

There should be a distinction in city code between the two types of short-term rentals, but other aspects of a

Making Ripples

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs has nothing on the hierarchy of deer. While they may appear to herd together like brainless


Fashion Week showcases designers, boutiques A Drake Field airline hangar was transformed into a runway — a fashion show runway — Nov.


BECCA MARTIN-BROWN In Fayetteville, the name “Mount Sequoyah” immediately conjures up images of a huge lighted cross silhouetted against

Family Friendly

In the rural Ozark communities of the 1800s, gathering for a community dance meant more than just fun. “The dances

Male Call

Q. What is the current appropriate undershirt neckline? When I wear a dress shirt without a tie, should the T-shirt