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Sowing seeds of sculpture

Subscriber onlySince January, the public parking deck at Second and Main streets in downtown Little Rock has been jazzed up by some pretty artsy company. Continue reading...

Winery tours hit spot for me, pop

Subscriber onlyALTUS -- My father is a real wine connoisseur. Continue reading...

McGraw benefit draws fire

Subscriber onlyNashville A-lister Tim McGraw recently announced plans to headline a show this summer in Hartford, Conn., called the Concert for Sandy Hook Promise. According a release from the country singer, all proceeds will benefit a nonprofit organization that carries out "a mission of protecting children from gun violence," created after the horrific shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in December 2012. Continue reading...

Reba's new material a match for her talents

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Nova show marks Hubble telescope anniversary

Subscriber onlyMost everyone has heard the expression, "It ain't rocket science." In this case, however, it's precisely rocket science. Continue reading...

Her surname is her business

Subscriber onlyDEAR CAROLYN: When a woman marries a man, it is usually love. If she decides to take his last name as her unhyphenated surname, has no children from the marriage and then decides to divorce her once-enamored because she no longer loves him, or for other reasons -- why does she keep his name? Continue reading...

Entertainment Notes

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Tickets now for McGraw

Subscriber onlyTickets are now being sold for Tim McGraw's Shotgun Rider Tour stop -- 7 p.m. June 5 at North Little Rock's Verizon Arena. He will be joined by opening acts Billy Currington and Chase Bryant. Continue reading...

On Christianity

DEAR REV. GRAHAM: I hear people talk about having a personal relationship with God, but I don't understand what they mean. I believe in God, but I can't say I feel like I'm particularly friendly with Him. Continue reading...

Horoscopes by Holiday

Subscriber onlyHappy birthday. The weeks to come will be filled with spontaneous notions and joyful emotions as you freely follow your heart. Even so, you will strive for a disciplined and uncluttered lifestyle. Living simply makes you feel better. You'll be passionately pursued in June. Continue reading...

Super Quiz: "The" Something

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Helpful Hints

DEAR READERS: A recent reader's hint was to tear off address labels from magazines/catalogs and the inside order form to prevent identity theft. My comment was that a thief really can't do much with that information. Some readers commented on my remark. I had to edit down for space. Here are two: Continue reading...

Study ties gym pills, powders to cancer

Subscriber onlyThe growth in popularity of dietary supplements has come largely despite a lack of scientific evidence to back up claims that they work. Continue reading...

Mines and graveyard tell history in the Lower Buffalo Wilderness

Subscriber onlyHikers who like to explore Arkansas' Ozark Mountains by map and compass rather than trails have given the Buffalo National River's headwaters the nod as a spectacular place to bushwhack. With the Upper Buffalo Wilderness lining the banks of the river at its origin, the forest abounds in natural marvels, panoramas, waterfalls. Continue reading...

Scientists see cure for colorblindness

Subscriber onlyFor the more than 10 million Americans with colorblindness, there has never been a treatment, let alone a cure, for the condition that leaves them unable to distinguish certain hues. Continue reading...

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