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Dress for success

 Q. My husband has an executive interview coming up for the position of president in a new company. In the past he moved his way up in an informal setting,

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Passenger Pigeon And Pickled Crabapples

Rogers Historical Museum serves up feast for the eyes BECCA MARTIN-BROWN It will be a warm and cozy Christmas at the 1895 Hawkins House, with plenty to eat, gifts

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Goals, Festivals, Revolution, Eclipse – Something Essential Falls Away

Monday is Sagittarius new moon, solar eclipse, 23 degrees. Eclipses, a six-month event (three months before, three months after), signify something essential falls away; it is complete, and something new


A New ‘Christmas Carol’

TheatreSquared adapts but keeps all the fun LARA JO HIGHTOWER “Every idiot who goes about with ‘Merry Christmas’ on his lips should be boiled with his own pudding and

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Adoptee Strainer

My boyfriend, who was adopted as an infant, just heard from his birth mom for the first time ever. She contacted him out of the blue, sending a perfectly nice

8 Days a Week

8 Days a Week

Dec. 11 (Friday) Rare & Vintage Online Book Sale — Hosted by Friends of the Fort Smith Public Library, through Dec. 13. Books listed at Architecture Tour — Frank


Four Minutes, Four Questions Gabriella Sanchez

JOCELYN MURPHY Picture a flagpole in your mind. What does that tall metal pillar mean to you? A flagpole can serve as a spot for meeting or gathering; it

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No Place Like Home

Covid-19 can’t stop Habitat for Humanity ASHTON ELEY Special to The Free Weekly A few Habitat for Humanity staff members, relatives and residents gather on the clement, slightly cloudy afternoon


A Little Help From A House

Teching tunes through trying times tips the balance JOCELYN MURPHY We’ve all had to become tech experts on the fly! It’s a phrase I’ve heard more times than I