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AMP hosts one of largest seasons yet

AMP hosts one of largest seasons yet

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So far, 25 musical acts, two films in concert and one comedian are packed tight into the Cox Concert Series in the next few months, and a few more announcements are on the way.

April 16, 2019 By Jocelyn Murphy

Springfest seeks return to simpler times on Dickson

Springfest seeks return to simpler times on Dickson

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In the 36 years since it was founded in 1983, Springfest has happened 34 times, in spite of weather crises like "thunder snow" and the challenges of the changing face of Dickson Street.

April 16, 2019 By Becca Martin-Brown

Unique skill brings juggler to Festival of Wonder

Unique skill brings juggler to Festival of Wonder

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Looking like an hourglass without the frame, the diabolo -- pronounced dee-uh-BO-lo -- is derived from the Chinese yo-yo.

April 15, 2019 By Becca Martin-Brown

Glass bottles found behind 'haunted' Arkansas hotel date to 1938 cancer elixir

Glass bottles found behind 'haunted' Arkansas hotel date to 1938 cancer elixir

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More than 400 glass bottles have been unearthed in the backyard of the Crescent Hotel. They appear to date from 1938-40, when the building served as Baker Hospital and Health Resort.

April 12, 2019 By Bill Bowden

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Settler’s Cabin makes journey to Bella Vista Historical Museum

Settler’s Cabin makes journey to Bella Vista Historical Museum

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After nearly a year of planning and fundraising, the Settler's Cabin has arrived at the Bella Vista Historical Museum.

April 11, 2019 By Keith Bryant

Festival of Wonder designed to defy expectations

Festival of Wonder designed to defy expectations

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Silver Dollar City calls it the Festival of Wonder, but Rex Burdette, one of the creative minds behind it, might have named it something different, he says -- maybe "The World's Got Talent" or "Nobody Can Really Do That -- Can They?"

April 10, 2019 By Becca Martin-Brown

Vintage Market Days returns to Benton County Fairgrounds

Vintage Market Days returns to Benton County Fairgrounds

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This marks the sixth year and the 11th Vintage Market Days in Northwest Arkansas, where the pop-up market is held every spring and fall. 125 vendors are expected to fill two large barns and set up outside.

April 10, 2019 By Becca Martin-Brown

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Artist to paint mural in downtown Rogers

Artist to paint mural in downtown Rogers

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The Rogers Public Arts Commission on Thursday unanimously approved the project that has been a partnership between the city, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and the Walton Family Foundation.

April 5, 2019 By Alex Golden

Haven 55 shares gifted chef and gorgeous view

Haven 55 shares gifted chef and gorgeous view

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In the southwest corner of Missouri, nestled among the trees on a bend in Little Sugar Creek, there sits Haven 55, the casual fine-dining experience with a spectacular view.

April 4, 2019 By James Carlton