Apple snags Witherspoon, Aniston for new show

The bidding war is over for America's sweethearts -- Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston -- and Apple won. Continue reading...

Tips to help you win the wishbone tug of war

Some people have all the luck. Continue reading...

Giving sisters the cold shoulder is not honorable or nice

DEAR CAROLYN: My wife is a wonderfully sensible person and appropriately sensitive. She is the oldest of three sisters and often feels left out. The age and geographical distance make it understandable that her two sisters have a much closer relationship. Continue reading...

Helpful Hints

DEAR READERS: Today is Thanksgiving Day. Traditionally held after the harvest season, it's a time to reflect on everything we have to be grateful for. Continue reading...

Horoscopes by Holiday

Happy birthday. Take things at the speed you can best control, and seek people who are moving similarly. You've outstanding good fortune in business at the start of 2018. Midyear will bring lifestyle enhancements. Continue reading...

On Christianity

DEAR REV. GRAHAM: I'm afraid my husband and I offended some of our family, because this year we've chosen to help feed people at our local homeless shelter instead of joining them for Thanksgiving. Did we make a mistake? Maybe we should have volunteered another time. Continue reading...

Super Quiz: State beverages

1. The state drink is orange juice. Continue reading...

Family honors patriarch with search, stone

Subscriber onlyIn the spring of 2017 the descendants of Robert Christopher and Laura Alice Burson held a family reunion in the Fayetteville area. They came from the states of Washington, California, Oklahoma, Kansas, Florida, Missouri and, of course, Arkansas. Continue reading...

Thanksgiving bicuit caper

Family secret lies in potato rolls

Subscriber onlyPoetry is the synthesis of hyacinths and biscuits. -- Carl Sandburg Continue reading...

Seeing what's right on Thanksgiving

Subscriber onlyWhen our middle kid, Jack, was in kindergarten, he and his dad had a Sunday morning tradition. They'd flip to the back page of the comics in the Sunday paper and try to find the six differences between two similar pictures in the "Slylock Fox" cartoon strip. It was a race to see who could find all six differences first. Continue reading...

People and Places

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Local star on the rise

Young theater buff makes own opportunities

Subscriber onlyColeman Ray Clark said he can't remember a time when theater wasn't a career goal. As a 5-year-old, the Northwest Arkansas native was creating original characters. Today, he's a junior at New York City's Marymount Manhattan College. Continue reading...

Nonprofit agencies need help

Subscriber onlyNorthwest Arkansas is blessed with a large number of nonprofit agencies that, together, work to meet just about every need. These organizations are supported by the generosity of the community. Continue reading...

Living what he loves

Clarke Buehling puts heart, soul into music

Subscriber onlyTake a look at the photo on musician Clarke Buehling's website -- cleverly called "Buehling Banjos" -- and you'll see a distinguished photo of the man himself. Buehling stands with one of his beloved banjos and wears a suit, tie and handlebar mustache from the 19th century -- his favorite era of musical history. The look was not simply donned for the artifice of the photo -- it's pretty much how Buehling looks on any given Wednesday. The jacket might be traded for a vest and the stylized cravat for a bow or bolo tie, but Buehling perpetually -- and charmingly -- looks as though he just left the Vaudeville stage. Continue reading...

Gaming janitor a would-be hero in Future Man

How about something fun to watch? Future Man is now streaming on Hulu for those who subscribe. All 13 half-hour episodes became available Tuesday. Continue reading...

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