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Love or something like it

House hunting reveals series of Mr. Wrongs

Subscriber onlyWe've been house hunting. I've grown to hate it. It's a little bit like online dating but with no chance to run before you actually meet the house of your dreams -- or nightmares. Continue reading...

People & Places

Subscriber onlyJoseph Richardson, 18, of Fayetteville received his Eagle Scout award April 4 from Scout leader Billy Ammons at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Fayetteville. Continue reading...

When Muggles fly

Razorback quidditch team takes sport seriously

Subscriber onlyJim Curry is definitely a Hufflepuff. Continue reading...

Museum launches Art Affair

Subscriber onlyThe Fort Smith Regional Art Museum will introduce its Art Affair fundraiser May 1. The inaugural "artsy chic"-attire event will include hors d'oeuvres from 21 West End, open bar donated by In Good Spirits, live music, door prizes, raffle, a private viewing of the "COIN" installation and the farewell viewing of "The Art of Romance" exhibition. Continue reading...

Orphan Black back Saturday on BBC America

Every now and then a new TV series sneaks in under my radar and I have to play catchup. Too many channels; not enough hours in the day. Continue reading...

Which appeals more: Boyfriend with debt, or comfort?

DEAR CAROLYN: I finished my undergraduate degree a year ago, have a good job, and consider myself financially stable. My boyfriend is finishing his master’s and will graduate with $200,000 in student debt. Continue reading...

HELPFUL HINTS

DEAR READER: The column on the importance of every household having carbon-monoxide detectors prompted the following questions : “Why do I need a carbon-monoxide detector? I have no gas appliances, no fireplace, no charcoal grill and no attached garage. … I don’t understand why I would need one.” — Patricia J. in Virginia Continue reading...

HOROSCOPES BY HOLIDAY

Happy birthday. Friendly to everyone, you’re never sure from whence your next luck will spring, but you’re sure it will be good, and you’re right. You’ll shake hands and make deals with VIPs. Continue reading...

ON CHRISTIANITY

DEAR REV. GRAHAM: Why did Judas betray Jesus? It’s never made sense to me, because for years he’d been close to Jesus, hearing His teachings and seeing His miracles. Continue reading...

Super Quiz: Name the state in the song

1. Do You Know the Way to San Jose 2. I’ve Got a Gal in Kalamazoo 3. Okie From Muskogee 4. Wichita Lineman Continue reading...

Nurturing healing love

TEDx mom makes son's message her mission

Subscriber onlyScarlett Lewis doesn't talk about her son in the past tense. Jesse "is," not "was." Continue reading...

People & Places

Subscriber onlyMildred Herron of Rogers will celebrate her 95th birthday with a party Saturday at the Freewill Baptist Church in Rogers. Continue reading...

On top of the world

Crescent's chef brings new life to an old hotel

Subscriber onlyThe new executive chef at the 1886 Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs is not only in charge of the haunted hotel's kitchens, but he may have a few spirited roommates. Arkansan Lee Brooks was brought on to the hotel team just last month, so quickly, in fact, he has yet to find a place to call his own. Continue reading...

Girls set course for future success

Subscriber onlySarah Hendrickson, the first female ski jumper in Olympic history, will be the keynote speaker at the third annual Out of the Box Luncheon on Friday. Continue reading...

Off, then on-again Unforgettable returns to CBS

We’re playing catch-up today, highlighting a couple of series that should have been covered last week. The first is a returning show on CBS and the other a new one on AETN. Continue reading...

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