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Young son longs for a father, but mom doesn't want a man

DEAR ABBY: My son's dad cheated on me for years, which resulted in a child with another woman. When I finally got the nerve to date and trust again, the new guy gave me herpes. Continue reading...

Emanuel Sylvester Lawbaugh

Everything Vess Lawbaugh is and has done is based in service

Subscriber onlyVess Lawbaugh was born to be a Marine. Continue reading...

'Feast' sells Heifer's home work

Subscriber onlyIt's a common and understandable misconception that Heifer International works only in developing countries. It is Heifer International, after all, and most press attention is focused on its animal husbandry and rural development investments there. Continue reading...

Preventing skin cancer takes proper planning

Subscriber onlyMay is Skin Cancer Awareness Month … of which we can all stand to be gently reminded if it ever stops raining enough for us to enjoy some warm-weather outdoor activities on a consistent basis. Continue reading...

On a high note

Steenburgen, singers/songwriters raise $70,000 for Oxford American

Subscriber onlyActress Mary Steenburgen brought her Nashville, Tenn., singer/songwriter friends to Little Rock's South on Main on May 15 for the Oxford American fundraiser, Mary & Friends. Continue reading...

Collection plate card ushered in 50 years of love

Subscriber onlySome volunteer work and a move in the summer of 1962 ushered in a new era for a shy delicatessen manager and the new girl in Wichita, Kan. Continue reading...

3 p.m. Memorial Day a time to pause for heroes

DEAR ABBY: "Lest we forget" -- these three simple, but very meaningful words are a reminder to always remember the sacrifices made for our freedom. Continue reading...

Migrating with rain

Awards, bluegrass, crawfish and dancing wrap up film festival

Subscriber onlyRain didn't stop the festivities May 17 for the Little Rock Film Festival's awards ceremony and gala, it just moved them a few blocks. Continue reading...

More opt to delay honeymoon

Subscriber only"Where are you going on your honeymoon?" Continue reading...

Mudbug munchers shell out for historical, cultural legacies

Subscriber onlyAbout 700 pounds of crawfish along with shrimp, corn on the cob and boiled potatoes were served up May 7 at Argenta Plaza in North Little Rock for Preservation Crustaceans. The mudbug event is held during Arkansas Heritage Month each May by the Historic Preservation Alliance of Arkansas. Continue reading...

Modeling dogs en vogue to benefit rescue group

Subscriber onlyOnce again, the show, well, went to the dogs. Continue reading...

Classic, conservative is way to dress for initial interview

Subscriber onlyQ. I was lucky enough to have an in for my first job, and so I was dressing for work before I ever went on an interview. Now that I am "out on the trail" for a job I'm wondering if I can just wear my traditional work clothes or need a different approach for interview dressing. Continue reading...

Researcher sees dip in marriages as plus

Subscriber onlyBrace yourselves for the latest evidence that Americans are fleeing the institution of marriage like Mad Men's Roger Sterling leaves wives. Continue reading...

Getting it straight

Subscriber onlyThe Democrat-Gazette wants its news reports to be fair and accurate. We correct all errors of fact. If you know of an error, write: Frank Fellone Deputy Editor P.O. Box 2221 Little Rock, Ark. 72203 or call 378-3475 during business hours Monday through Friday. Continue reading...

Erica Siobhan Jones - Johnny Jones III

Nuptial vows were exchanged by Erica Siobhan Jones and Dr. Johnny Jones III at 6 p.m. Saturday, May 16, in the Little Rock Marriott. Officiating was the Rev. Cedric D. Payne of Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church No. 3. Continue reading...