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Folding Space And Time

Food waste is money wasted. The National Resources Defense Council reported in 2012, “American families throw out approximately 25 percent of the food and beverages they buy. The cost estimate

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Burden Of “Poof!”

Out of the blue, my boyfriend of two years broke up with me. Not long afterward, I saw pix on Facebook of him with some other girl. It’s been two

Advice Risa's Astrology

Becoming Grownups

Uranus is part of the new moon, Wednesday night/Thursday morning. Uranus brings humanity vital and unrelenting change. The question at the new moon, and continuing onto the full blue moon

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Bridge To The Future

Just one short bridge stands between three hungry billy goats and the fragrant, verdant grass in the meadow — so what could possibly go wrong? Lots, as it turns out,


Curiouser And Curiouser

People who walk the historic halls of the Old State House Museum in Little Rock expect to see remnants of Arkansas’ political and cultural history. They generally don’t expect to

'Tis the Season Features

Mardi Gras

In Eureka

The 13th annual Eureka Gras Mardi Gras Extravaganza kicked off Jan. 6 with the Kings Day Kick-Off Gala to officially announce the Royal Court and Monarchs of the Krewe of

Cover Story

Rock Of Ages

When Bobby Matthews and Virginia Ralph set out to create a movement and music class for children — after they’d seen something similar in Memphis — it was only a

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More To Know

Missy Gipson, executive director of Fayetteville’s newest community theater, Pilot Arts, announced the theater would be offering a selection of classes starting Jan. 28 for adults and children. Tuition is

8 Days a Week Entertainment

8 Days A Week

Jan. 19 (Friday) “The Ernest Green Story” — Noon-2 p.m, Gardner Lecture Hall, 5316 Grand Ave., University of Arkansas at Fort Smith. Free. Part of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

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State Of The City

The Fayetteville city administration is ready to take bold risks to address residents’ needs and build upon previous accomplishments, laying a foundation for the future, Mayor Lioneld Jordan said Jan.