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Hawaiian Brian’s a taste of the islands...

Subscriber onlyWhen Michael Holmbeck was growing up in Hawaii, there was a pool hall in Honolulu called Hawaiian Brian's. Continue reading...

There they are

Pageant winners headed for state competition...

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Club News

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Goddess Festival Celebrates Feminine Divine

Diversity, creativity, spirituality share center stage next week...

Subscriber onlyMaiden, mother, crone -- the three stages of a woman's life, the three aspects of the goddess in belief systems such as Wicca. Continue reading...

‘Bah! humbug! What’s to celebrate?

Joy of season reminds us our lives are what we make them

Subscriber onlyBah ! Humbug! Are there no prisons? Are there no poor houses? Continue reading...

‘Spiritual kinship’

Scholar, friend remembers Harington in biopic

Subscriber onlyAsk Brian Walter about parallels between his life and that of novelist Donald Harington, and he is surprised. It’s a question he’s never considered, he says. Continue reading...

Drama at home

Arkansas Arts Council honors Ford, Herzberg

Subscriber onlyEverybody in the Northwest Arkansas arts community says the same things about Bob Ford and Amy Herzberg and their work at TheatreSquared. Continue reading...

From Rags To Riches

AUTHOR PUTS PASSION TO TEST, FINDS SUCCESS

Subscriber onlyHer grandparents were Germanspeaking immigrants from Russia. Continue reading...

Italian Roots Run Deep, Wide

Author looks at how immigrants influenced American life

Subscriber onlyBev Cortiana-McEuen always felt the connection to Tontitown, even though she was growing up in a suburb of Wichita, Kan. It was home to her parents — her mom was an Ardegmani; her dad’s mother a Ceola — and both sets of grandparents were among the settlers who founded the community in 1898. Continue reading...

PLANTING THE SEEDS

LECTURE LOOKS AT EVOLUTION OF HOMEMAKERS

Subscriber onlyJoyce Mendenhall might seem like the least likely person to talk about the domestic arts traditionally required of farm women. Continue reading...

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