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Races rally support for hospital

Subscriber onlyArkansas Children's Hospital Northwest Arkansas Circle of Friends will mark the Kentucky Derby on May 2 with the sixth annual A Night at the Races benefit at the University of Arkansas Janell Y. Hembree Alumni House in Fayetteville. Continue reading...

Seeds of sisterhood

Renaissance woman nurtures community

Subscriber only"A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the dying, take orders, give orders, cooperate, act alone, solve equations, analyze a new problem, pitch manure, program a computer, cook a tasty meal, fight efficiently, die gallantly. Specialization is for insects!" Continue reading...

When Calls the Heart begins second season

You know you love those sappy Hallmark romance dramas. They're like slipping on a comfy robe and fuzzy slippers and simply relaxing. Continue reading...

Taste of Israel comes to LR with Jewish Food Festival

It's not easy to find a good potato knish (mashed potatoes baked in pastry dough) or chocolate babka (layers of dough and chocolate) in Arkansas. But on Sunday, those delicacies and others are in one mouthwatering location. Continue reading...

Tomlin crafts songs that 'find their way' to church

Chris Tomlin is a man with more than a mission. He has a calling, and his calling has become music to the ears of countless fans of contemporary Christian music and the additional genre of worship music, which Tomlin's compositions have come to dominate. Continue reading...

Boyfriend suddenly says he can't live outside his country

DEAR CAROLYN: My boyfriend and I, both 30, have been dating for five years. We are from different countries, and currently live in a country foreign to both of us. He recently told me he cannot imagine living anywhere else other than his home country. This surprised me, as he had sung a different tune in the past. Continue reading...

Helpful Hints

DEAR HELOISE: When getting out of a bubble bath, I use my grab bar, which is slippery. I solved the problem with "bath treads," usually used on the bottom of the tub. I put some of them on the bar. They may be in the form of fish, waves, shells, etc. Continue reading...

Horoscopes by Holiday

Happy birthday. Because you surround yourself with fresh, playful influences this year, you will grow up without growing old. You'll be up against a worthy competitor at work, and this helps you achieve your best. The special times with family will make May and June sing. Continue reading...

On Christianity

DEAR REV. GRAHAM: My friend told me about a passage in the Bible that says even the devil believes in God. Does this mean even the devil will be saved and go to heaven? I'm not sure I like that idea. Continue reading...

Super Quiz: Provide Three

1. U.S. states with names ending in "s" Continue reading...

Dear Greg

Sister shares heart with her brother

Subscriber onlyDear Greg, Continue reading...

Commentary: The dog days of ... Easter?

Uninvited guests make church lively

Subscriber onlyIt's hard to believe another year has gone by, and the annual farm implement sale back home has come around again. Uncle Ronnie and I are like peas and carrots about most things in life; we just see things the same way even if other folks think we've slipped a gear. As long as we're semi-upright and breathing, we wouldn't miss the farm sale for much in this world. Continue reading...

Diversity crucial to future

Will state lead or linger on equal rights?

Subscriber onlyBecoming a firm believer in the goals of the gay rights movement has been a journey for me, just as it has been for many others. Living in a tolerant and inclusive town like Fayetteville, where diversity is a hallmark and discrimination is rare and looked upon by most as unacceptable, made it difficult for me to recognize the need for new laws to eliminate discrimination against others based on their sexual orientation. Continue reading...

Native son O'Donnell's Messengers debuts Friday

Here's your heads up just in case you've already lost your TV Week insert from last Sunday when I wrote about it. Continue reading...

After delay, Fleetwood Mac to play Sunday at Verizon

"On With the Show," Fleetwood Mac calls its current tour, even though the legendary band's Arkansas show, originally scheduled for March 11, was postponed due to an unspecified illness that afflicted a band member, the identity of whom was never announced. Continue reading...

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