Trump special precedes Inauguration Day flurry

Fans of ABC's blockbuster Thursday night lineup will have to suck it up one more week. Last week the network opted to postpone the return of Grey's Anatomy, How to Get Away With Murder and Scandal from tonight until Jan. 26. Continue reading...

Conversation exit plan for PTSD: Just walk away

DEAR CAROLYN: I was recently diagnosed with PTSD. I have been severely restricting my exposure to the topic that triggered the initial breakdown, which nearly landed me in the ER. This isn't forever, but given the stakes, I'm only going to re-expose myself under the guidance of my psychiatrist. Continue reading...

Helpful Hints

DEAR HELOISE: I can't seem to throw away old Christmas cards. I think I read once in your column where to send them. If so, do I send the whole card, or just the cover? Continue reading...

Horoscopes by Holiday

Happy birthday. You alight upon social secrets, charismatic habits and ultimately ways of bringing out the cleverness in others; they celebrate you time and again for it. February and October bring a surprise gift and money, too. Professional advancement will come in April. The travel in August will be out of character in a very fun way. Continue reading...

On Christianity

DEAR REV. GRAHAM: All my friends are sexually active and having a good time, so why shouldn't I? You'll probably tell me that God wants me to say no, but doesn't He want us to enjoy life? I am 16. Continue reading...

Super Quiz: Wise words

1. Lend your money and lose your _________. Continue reading...

Mom enjoys trip down digital memory lane

Subscriber onlyIf you're on Facebook or save digital pictures online, you probably get the same emails I do -- the ones that show photo memories taken on the same calendar date several years ago. Continue reading...

The lyes we tell ourselves

Retaining lost skills grandparents knew

Subscriber onlyOn darkly stained oak shelves in my office, there rests a set of red Britannica Junior encyclopedias, copyrighted 1976. My mama was proud of these books she purchased for me. Her family moved so often during her childhood that she missed many subjects her new class had already covered, and she never graduated. When she had me, she was determined to stay put, so I could attend kindergarten through 12th grade in one place and learn things she never had. Continue reading...

Razorbacks preview football recruits

Subscriber onlyThe George Billingsley Northwest Arkansas Razorback Club hosts "Signing Day on the Hill" on Feb. 2 at the Northwest Arkansas Convention Center in Springdale. Continue reading...

Finding the wompoopus

Dad’s tales take life in daughter’s book

Subscriber onlyPlaying in the cotton fields in the evening, the boys heard an eerie sound echoing over the fields of Northeast Arkansas. Continue reading...

School news

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Honor roll

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No evil in acquisition

Collector isn’t monkeying around

Subscriber onlyPeter Roe says he has one of the top 10 -- maybe top five -- collections of his particular passion in the world. What he collects might surprise visitors to Collectors' Day on Saturday at the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History in Springdale, but the cultural significance he attributes to "Hear No, See No, Speak No Evil" monkeys might surprise the uninitiated even more. Continue reading...

Stage spotlights black American culture museum

Some things are so special, you just want to save them for a rainy day. Continue reading...

Giving indigent brother his dignity is the kindest gift

DEAR CAROLYN: Every Christmas, we host my parents and my brother's small family. My brother's family is kind but poor, and relies on help from family, friends and various agencies to make ends meet. When Christmas comes, they buy presents for the kids in lieu of a larger gift exchange. Continue reading...

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