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Dressing well, without the tie

Q. I am really glad that going without a tie has become so popular, especially for business. Our office is still somewhat on the formal side; we wear suits, blazers,

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Touring The Trails

Adventure, scenery highlights of new trails JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com Northwest Arkansas is at a tipping point, says Amber Chambers. The region stands at the precipice of becoming a new mecca

In The News

Empower, Support, Heal

Indigenous women seek own solutions BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com “Choctaws are matriarchal and matrilineal, and that way of living is a great example of equity,” says Sarah Adams-Cornell. “This is especially

Cover Story

Pride Fills The Streets

Participants find joy, hope in LGBTQ+ festival The crowd at the 15th annual Northwest Arkansas Pride Festival June 15 in Fayetteville — the largest LGBTQ celebration in Arkansas, according to

Making Ripples

Wind In Your Sails

Individuals find tiny ways to make energy AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples Not just for off-grid houses, hand-held renewable energy generators are popular with students walking around campus, backpackers, residents in

Galleries

Everything Old Is New Again

Historic building becomes gallery, debuts exhibition LYNN KUTTER lkutter@nwadg.com This small community in western Washington County recently premiered its newest historic facility, the Museum Gallery at Historic Cane Hill, with

Theater

Do You Hear The People Sing?

Celebrated musical returns to Walton Arts Center JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com Like many musical theater lovers — and even your average pop culture consumers — Paige Smallwood remembers being a young

Advice Goddess

Baptism By Liar and Done Juan

Baptism By Liar I was talking with this guy whom I’ve known for over six years who lives a plane ride away. It was late at night on a weekend,

LIVE! In NWA

LIVE! in NWA

June 21 Sound of Rogers — 7 p.m., with Caleb Enyart, Palmer Lee, and Sierra Carson. 1907 Building, Rogers. Willi Carlisle — 8 p.m., with Statehouse Electric. Black Apple Crossing,