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Loot Conquers All

If gift price is tied to meal price, it seems there should be a sliding scale.


Inverse Performance Art Fest Returns

Inverse Performance Art Fest is set to host to 21 different performances from 29 artists throughout Northwest Arkansas.


Iron Fist Packs A Fairly Weak Punch

The final corner of Netflix’s Defender universe was filled in last Friday with the lackluster release of Iron Fist.


Q&A: Shovels & Rope

Cary Ann Hearst and Michael Trent, the Charleston, S.C., married musical duo that is Shovels & Rope, have been through a lot in the past few years.


Independent Peace Voice Muffled At Cotton Town Hall

After seeing rambunctious town halls nationwide, U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton’s event promised a great opportunity to speak up.

Legacy Archive

Switching Sides: America And Russia In U.S. Public Opinion

Once upon a time in the U.S. you could fairly predict what Americans believe about Russia.

Legacy Archive

President Donald Trump Should Make a Deal with North Korea

President Donald Trump likes to be known for his deal-making, and now he has the opportunity to make deals that can impact world peace and security, not just real estate or other business deals for his profit. North Korea would be a great place to start.


Find The Adults And Get Them In The Room

Trump attacks others, from the Pope to Gold Star families, on a routine basis, often based on no evidence, exaggerated claims, and he claims trends based on cherry-picked cases that


Review: Notes of Blue by Son Volt

“Notes of Blue” is a Delta record through and through, and, not coincidentally, it is one of Farrar’s most optimistic works to date.


Walton Arts Center Announces 2017-18 Broadway Series

Walton Arts Center announced the 2017-18 Procter & Gamble Broadway Series which includes eight must-see shows.