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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

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Hot Summer Tunes

National Park Radio about to hit the road BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com Watching Stefan Szabo during a concert last Sunday at the Fayetteville Public Library was like watching any other talented

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Come To The Dark Side

Paranormal Cirque ‘sexy, scary and funny’ BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com “Sexy, scary and funny.” “A unique experience.” “It’s all amazing and eye opening.” “Definitely an adult show, but super-funny and entertaining.”

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Through The Garden Gate

Visitors invited to step in to magical places BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com Stew and Dixie Rynone call their garden, 22 years in the making, “a continuing transition of dreams and learnings.”

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Beauty Amidst Decay

Artist hopes ‘to haunt the viewer just a little’ BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com “With photography these days, in order to stand out you need to present your work in new and

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Guitars Gone Wild

Benefit raises money for art therapy programs LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com When Fenix Fayetteville hosts guitarist Joesf Glaude and his trio, Guitars Gone Wild, the musician will be in his element.

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Some Pain, All Gain

Athletes overcome medical challenges to win CHIP SOUZA csouza@nwadg.com Sawyer Price could hear the loud pregame music pumping through Tiger Arena in Bentonville as he hurried to his car. With

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Anything But A Drag

TheatreSquared comedy has serious things to say LARA JO HIGHTOWER NWA Democrat-Gazette Matthew Lopez’s “The Legend of Georgia McBride” can be deceptive. On its face, the play is a wacky

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Music That Feeds The Soul

Rackensak is ‘medicine for your heart’ RACHEL FIELDS Special to The Free Weekly Anyone who has ever driven down I-49 has seen the many flashy screens and signs that lets

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Five Minutes, Five Questions: Bryan Hembree, Roots Fest

BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com Hard as it may be to imagine, it’s been 10 years since musicians Bernice and Bryan Hembree and chef Jerrmy Gawthrop put their heads together to plan