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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

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Sending Love Is Simple

Great ideas abound without breaking the bank AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples Crummy covid-19 getting you down over the holidays? Warm some hearts you love with creative gifts that do good


The Science Of Strength

T2 takes unique look at Marie Curie LARA JO HIGHTOWER Playwright Lauren Gunderson’s play, “The Half Life of Marie Curie” — now on (virtual) stage at TheatreSquared — follows

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Good dry cleaners keep ties tip top

Q. I was talking with the only other doctor in my practice who cares as much about clothing as I do. He said he found his best tie had a


Layered Perspectives

Artists respond to ‘Until’ with new works JOCELYN MURPHY From its inception, “Nick Cave: Until” was always intended to be a space of response, begins Pia Agrawal. Agrawal is

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Inspiring Activism

Pack Rat hosts Wild and Scenic Film Fest LARA JO HIGHTOWER Pack Rat Outdoor Center will host the Wild and Scenic Virtual Film Fest on Dec. 4, the third

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Funding Local Farmers

Ozark Natural Foods customers round up to help AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples Some things in life are optional, like fruitcake. You can take it or leave it, according to your