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On its 50th Anniversary, has the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra found its opus?

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It hasn’t been without its bumps and bruises, this institution of ours. But with a much-lauded return to Robinson Center Music Hall and two feet firmly in the black to boast about, the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra’s staring down its golden …

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Prelude: On the Verge

It’s hard to pinpoint, exactly, the origins of what we know today as the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. But one thing’s for sure: There’s never been a shortage of talent—or tenacity

Work of the Quiet Mountains

In Newton County, there is the rugged terrain and native culture. But there are also devotees of Buddhism and an aging population of back-to-the-landers, all of whom have come from far-flung places. And somehow, they fit together

The First Step

When Ben Davis started walking across the country, it was to change himself. Later, he found he’d changed someone else

2016 Arkansans of the year

Our fourth class of Arkansans of the Year, in their own words, on their mentors, motivations and more

The Family Meal

When our local chefs sit down to their own tables, what’s on the menu?

Making Air Waves

For King Biscuit Time's anniversary, we turn to archives to tell the story through voices of people who’ve known it best

Pathfinder

As the eight routes featured in these pages prove, an Arkansas hiking trail can be far, far more than just a means to an end

The River Guides

As the daughter of back-to-land settlers, Alice Driver had a connection with the land few ever know...

A house in the trees

On a perch above the pines with a view of the Arkansas River, architect Wesley Walls has constructed his dream home

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