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Making Ripples

Art Can Change The World

Sustainability doesn’t end at gallery door AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples Sustainable living touches all of living, from the day-to-day to the workaday. But often we think of it as something



July 12 Brian Huntress — 8:30 p.m. with William Pierce, and neon glittery. Backspace, Fayetteville. $5. Anitra Jay — Brick Street Brews, Rogers. Ponder the Albatross — Chelsea’s Corner Cafe,

Advice Goddess

Meme Girls and Hint Julep

Meme Girls I keep reading about how detrimental social media usage is, with people avoiding face-to-face interaction and feeling inferior when they see everyone else looking gorgeous and having fabulous

Male Call

A Fashionable wardrobe, on a budget

Q. I need to improve my wardrobe, but on a limited budget. Are there some basic concepts I can use and shop with? And not at GQ prices? A. It

Maker Space

Community through music

Square dance just one of caller’s passions LARA JO HIGHTOWER There’s no experience quite like the Fayetteville Square Dance, held the last Friday of most months. (The event expands

Advice Goddess

The Filet Of The Land and Truth Be Trolled

The Filet Of The Land I’m a 36-year-old single man. I see buying a woman dinner as a nice part of courting. Lately, however, women keep pretending to be interested


Art OverView

Walk, shop, draw and design during July Now “Acansa to Arkansas: Maps of the Land” — A chronicle of changes in Arkansas place names, population demographics and geography, through July

Cover Story

There She Is…

Miss Arkansas glad she never gave up BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Darynne Dahlem is as down to earth as anyone wearing a crown could possibly be. And as soon as the