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Updated 12:00 a.m., Sun September 22, 2019
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Michael Berryman, who starred in the 1977 horror movie The Hills Have Eyes, signs a poster of the movie during last year’s Hot Springs International Horror Film Festival. This year’s festival is scheduled to begin Thursday.

Hot Springs film festival brings frights, delights

HOT SPRINGS — Bill Volland always knew he wanted to create a film festival of some kind. “And at the time, when I was looking at what kind to do, there was already a documentary film festival that was out, so I knew mine had to be something different,” Volland said. “I also wanted to widen it to things that I like, and I like thrillers and science-fiction movies. “And after meeting my now ex-girlfriend, Tamara Glynn, who starred in Hal... READ MORE

Altrusa club to sponsor Fall Into Fun fundraiser CAROL ROLF

HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE — Altrusa International of Hot Springs Village, Arkansas Inc. invites the public to Fall Into Fun with Altrusa from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sept. 26.

Young Players to present Les Miserables School Edition CAROL ROLF

BENTON — The Young Players will present Les Miserables School Edition, a musical by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg, based on the novel by Victor Hugo.