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Walk On!

White Street tradition continues with virtual event BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com This is going to be a little bit more work than Books In (Virtual) Bloom. This Sunday, you’ve got to

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Books In (Virtual) Bloom

C.J. Box back with another ‘riveting’ mystery BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com Asked how Joe Pickett came to be a hero, Wyoming author C.J. Box says: “It certainly wasn’t because I was

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Sustaining Through Shifting

Momentary stays motivated during murky times JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com Northwest Arkansas’ ambitious and engaging contemporary art space, the Momentary, had been open to the public less than a month when

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One Man’s UFO Story

Author discusses lifetime of extraterrestrial encounters BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com It’s hard to dismiss Terry Lovelace as a crazy man. He was an EMT and medic in the Air Force, earned

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Visitors still welcome to walk, bike, drive into history

Nestled in the hills and hollows of the Ozarks, the Pea Ridge National Military Park preserves nearly 4,300 acres of the rural Ozarks on which the March 7-8, 1862, Battle

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Sustainable Sweets: Local chocolatiers get nod from Oprah

When Lauren Blanco attended a networking event in New York through the Tory Burch Foundation last year, she managed to get one of her company’s chocolate bars into the hands

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Neighbor To Neighbor

New online groups help make connections in crisis BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com “We can help with getting and dropping off groceries, picking up medicine, or if anyone has some other needs,

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Getting Ready

Coronavirus, disease spread potential on service providers’ radar STACY RYBURN sryburn@nwadg.com News of the coronavirus across the globe has prompted local service providers to closely examine how they help prevent

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Trailside development piques interest

Fayetteville city leaders want to hone in on the economic potential of trails. About 47 miles of paved trails weave through the city, and another 26 miles are planned over

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National search will seek new SoNA executive director

“My six years in Northwest Arkansas have been unforgettable,” Matt Herren said. “It has been a true honor to lead SoNA in this community of collaborative and generous arts leaders