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Where is it?

Subscriber onlyMichael Storey came across this sight during one of his Happy Trails rambles on trails in the state. Do you know where it is? Continue reading...

Food allergies are nothing to play around with

Subscriber onlyA new study found that a mother's diet affects her baby's allergies, which can mean only one thing: My mom ate cats. Continue reading...

SLIM PICKINGS

Subscriber onlyWHAT: Mr. Cheese O’s cheese snacks Continue reading...

Where Is It?

Subscriber onlyThe alligator warning sign is near the bayou on the Wildlife Lane Nature Trail at Millwood State Park in Little River County. Continue reading...

Portion, serving: It all adds up

Subscriber onlyWhat is the difference between a serving size and a portion size? Plenty. Continue reading...

Ways to challenge the body when exercising solo

Subscriber onlyIf you've ever taken a group exercise class and thought, "Wow, that was amazing," you're not alone. The group dynamics in these classes invigorate the participants, encouraging them to achieve higher levels of performance than they do in their solo programs. Continue reading...

Researchers link living longer with church attendance

Subscriber onlyCould going to church more often help a person live longer? Continue reading...

Super Quiz: Movie Stars and Their Stars

Subscriber only1. Oh, God! Continue reading...

Helpful Hints

DEAR READERS: A reader wrote: "My Sound Off is about the all-too-frequent speakers who refuse to use microphones because 'I talk loud enough.' Wrong! Continue reading...

Horoscopes by Holiday

Subscriber onlyHappy birthday. In one area you've accepted someone else's vision. In the next three months you will paint over it until it looks more like the picture of your own imaginings. Continue reading...

On Christianity

DEAR REV. GRAHAM: Where can I find God? Everybody seems to have a different opinion about this, but how do I know which one is right? Maybe they're all wrong, and God doesn't want to be found -- or doesn't even exist. Continue reading...

Max Thomas Kane

His transitory life as a military kid taught him to think on his feet and gave him the perseverance he’d need to become a change agent in the insurance business and for nonprofits like CARTI

Subscriber onlySome people fear change and some people embrace it. And then there are some, like Tom Kane, who cause it. Continue reading...

Hearing, speech benefit gets perpetual chairman

Subscriber onlyLoris Fullerton of Little Rock considers herself somewhat of a super sleuth. Continue reading...

It's been fun, sort of

Subscriber onlyIt could be considered an impossible feat -- to summarize the 45-year career of University of Arkansas at Little Rock Chancellor Joel Anderson -- so faculty and friends took the opportunity to poke some good-natured fun at him instead. Continue reading...

After rocky breakup, he spelled it out for her

Subscriber onlyA kids' game of kiss chase in 1985 was the beginning of a romance for a couple who recently celebrated 17 years of marriage. Continue reading...