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‘Where the Crawdads Sing’

First work of fiction a bestseller for Delia Owens BECCA MARTIN-BROWN The New York Times Book Review describes Delia Owens’ debut as a writer of fiction this way: “A painfully beautiful

8 Days A Week

July 19 (Friday) Friday Morning Movie — “The Lion King,” 10 a.m., Fayetteville Public Library. Free. Family Feature Film


July 19 Big Red Flag — 8 p.m., Black Apple Crossing, Springdale. The Velvet Crowns — Brick Street Brews, Rogers.


Artist keeps heart in over-the-top arena tour JOCELYN MURPHY “I think if you haven’t evolved as a performer in


Visual arts continue to catch the eye in new venues LARA JO HIGHTOWER Since Crystal Bridges Museum of American


‘Buying Ghosts’ podcast debuts July 19 BECCA MARTIN-BROWN The tale begins like any good ghost story: Once upon a

Advice Goddess

Bilk And Honey I’m a 27-year-old guy. I’m short, and honestly, I’m not that physically attractive. I am nice, funny,

Risa's Astrology

Living on Earth is living on a planet of duality. Duality (this and that, here and there, up and down)

In The News

Cities at work developing rules for electric scooters STACY RYBURN Northwest Arkansas cities are figuring out how to handle

Making Ripples

Aphids and ants all part of cycle of life AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples Ever heard of an ant farm? How


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


Roots Fest culinary side offers more than food LARA JO HIGHTOWER Even in its first year — when there

Family Friendly

Lepidoptera take wing during Crystal Bridges program BECCA MARTIN-BROWN “Vincent van Gogh painted a great painting of the giant

Male Call

Q. Unbelievable! Sunday’s article completely ignored the Southern gentlemen. There is nothing that says summer in the South more than