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Approach parents carefully

Subscriber onlyDEAR CAROLYN: I'm an only child in my late 30s, the daughter of doting, super-involved, loving parents, but I recently found out a secret. Continue reading...

Britain’s last stand

Until 1947, Kolkata, India, was home to its British rulers, and lots of colonial architecture still stands

Subscriber onlyKOLKATA, India — The British left footprints across their far-flung colonial empire from Toronto to Yangon. But nowhere is there as vast and varied a collection of heritage architecture than in Kolkata. Continue reading...

San Antonio marks 300 all this year

Subscriber onlySan Antonio is remembering the Alamo along with the rest of its history as part of a 300th birthday celebration. Continue reading...

Lake Geneva: Charms to soothe the savage breast

Subscriber onlyIn the southwest corner of Switzerland, Lake Geneva separates France and Switzerland with a serene beauty. A collage of castles, museums, resort towns and vineyards, this region merits a few days of exploration, although you can get a swift overview of its highlights even in a day. Continue reading...

A Life In The Circus

Born into the business, well-traveled acrobat enjoys the journey

Subscriber onlyIvan Dotsenko didn't have to run away to join the circus. He was born into it. And that acrobatic life -- of artistry, balance and defying the law of gravity, not lions and tigers and bears -- has taken him all around the world, to Broadway and now to Silver Dollar City, where he's performing during this year's Festival of Wonder. Continue reading...

The Mane Event

‘Lion King’ roars into Little Rock

Subscriber only Disney's "The Lion King" roars into Little Rock's Robinson Center Performance Hall this weekend for a three-week engagement. Continue reading...

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The Game Is Afoot

T2 invites Sherlock Holmes fans to play along

Subscriber onlyIt is arguably Sherlock Holmes' most popular case -- or maybe Dr. Watson's. In "The Hound of the Baskervilles," the famous British detective and his sidekick investigate the gruesome demise of Sir Charles Baskerville, found dead on the grounds of his Devonshire estate. Sir Charles is wearing a horrified expression on his face, and footprints of a gigantic hound are found nearby. Could it be the family curse? Continue reading...

Personified

Foundation plants seeds for scholarships, success

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History happens

Annual meeting offers wealth of opportunities

Subscriber onlyBy the time you read this column, I will have returned from Fort Smith, where the 77th annual conference of the Arkansas Historical Association was held over the last few days. The conference happens in a different city around Arkansas each year, and this year Fort Smith was chosen because the border city is commemorating its bicentennial in 2018. Continue reading...

Club news

Subscriber onlyThe Glade Community Historical Society will meet at 3 p.m. today at Coal Gap School and Glade Post Office/Store at 20659 Slate Gap Road in Garfield. Continue reading...

Valerie Hubbard Damon

The more you give, the more you have

Subscriber onlyWhen the Mugga Killa Whomps steal tiny light beings from Willobee Land in Valerie Hubbard Damon's book Willo Mancifoot and the Mugga Killa Whomps, they are established as the misunderstood antagonists of the whimsical children's book. Our dragonfly hero Willo Mancifoot uses his compassion and his relationship with nature to help the MKWs rather than condemning them, demonstrating the theme of the book: "The more you give, the more you have." Continue reading...

Backers boost Bost Inc.

Clinic lauds volunteers

Subscriber onlyWelcome Health: Northwest Arkansas' Free Health Center lauded two longtime volunteers, Mary Alice Serafini and pediatrician Dr. David Jackson, at the organization's A Toast to Health on April 7 at the Arkansas Air and Military Museum in Fayetteville. Continue reading...