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Bundle up for a month of Winter Olympics on TV

Competition in the XXIII Olympic Winter Games from PyeongChang, South Korea, begins today from 7 to 10:30 p.m. on NBC. The Opening Ceremony will air from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday, with Mike Tirico and Katie Couric as hosts. Continue reading...

She wants fairy-tale wedding; can he put a (big) ring on it?

DEAR CAROLYN: My girlfriend of three years always badgered me about getting married before our four-year anniversary. At first the arbitrary deadline annoyed me, but after living together for two years and working through the death of her mother, I really am taking the thought seriously. I've even started to save up for a ring. Continue reading...

Helpful Hints

DEAR HELOISE: Summer is a few months away, but trust me when I tell you and your readers to start shopping for swimsuits, sandals, shorts and sundresses now. Continue reading...

Horoscopes by Holiday

Happy birthday. This solar return you act on your gut feeling and your life reflects the vibrant uniqueness of who you are. The golden ticket will be yours in April as long as you are clear in your communication and you keep your commitments. You'll get close with special people in April. Continue reading...

On Christianity

DEAR REV. GRAHAM: When I hear people refer to God as our Heavenly Father, I get real uptight. My father was very abusive, and if that's what God is like, I don't want anything to do with Him. You'll probably say God isn't like this, but how do you know? Continue reading...

Super Quiz: Three-word book titles

1. Uncle Tom's _______ Continue reading...

Full-grown toddlers

Why are we so angry?

Subscriber onlyThose of us who have survived the toddler years know a thing or two about rage because we've seen it up close and personal. Even though my kids are tweens and teens now, I still vividly remember that tricky stage of development. It's not called the "terrible twos" because of its healthy spirit of cooperation. It's called "terrible" because you're basically dealing with toddler tyranny. Continue reading...

Dear Television Moguls

Don’t mess with Magnum

Subscriber onlyListen here, Hollywood and L.A. I know I'm not an authority on much in your world. I don't know the first thing about carrying on calmly while the earth shifts violently beneath you. I can't tell you how to "hang 10" unless it involves five pairs of socks and a clothesline. And I couldn't follow your gnarly dialect if you tied me to a post and like, totally made me watch the movie Valley Girl for a week straight. Continue reading...

Arts on the rise at center

Subscriber onlyArts Rising on Feb. 24 at the Arts Center of the Ozarks in Springdale will benefit the nonprofit arts organization and feature several elements. Continue reading...

Long lineage of literacy

Rogers graduates remember schools, educators

Subscriber onlyI recently was invited to do a program for Lingle Middle School about the history of Rogers' high schools. There is lots of history available, but to get some perspective and insight into the real workings of the school, I once again appealed to members of a Rogers website on Facebook for their memories. I was astounded to receive hundreds of experiences from the alumnae of the first high school on Walnut between Fifth and Sixth streets. Continue reading...

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