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Emmy boldly strides out of Oscar’s shadow

Subscriber onlyOnce upon a time, boys and girls, in the magical land of La La, there lived a poor little golden statuette named Emmy. Continue reading...

Chips off a new block: It's crunch time, Lay's

Subscriber onlyHow about some potato chips -- venti-size with a double shot and extra foam? Continue reading...

Art Amiss mix features 22 NW Arkansas bands

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First pitches are hit or miss

Subscriber onlyIt's tough being a celebrity. You put yourself out there, and all people do is laugh and point and mock. Continue reading...

TV more accepted on 'intellectual high ground'

Subscriber onlyNote: Consider this column a companion piece to the Emmy story on today's section front. Be sure to check it out. Continue reading...

Wife's pal tempts husband

Subscriber onlyDEAR CAROLYN: Whenever I am at a party with my wife's girlfriend, she flirts with me. No ... not flirt; groping and teasing is a better description. Sticking her hands in my back pockets, grabbing my butt. When I went to kiss her goodnight (on the cheek), she grabbed my face, said, "On the lips," and then kissed me. First time it happened was when I showed up at a party without my wife, and she said, "I am so glad you are here alone!" Continue reading...

The winding road to snagging an Emmy

Subscriber onlyThe 66th Primetime Emmy Awards will be broadcast at 7 p.m. Monday on NBC with Seth Meyers as host. Here's a quick rundown on how a prime-time Emmy is won. Continue reading...

Scrabble players score new words

Subscriber onlyCoqui swallowed your vowels? Chillax, frenemy! Breathe deeply, practice qigong to increase your life force and maybe your Scrabble score. Or just give up that word game all together and go straight to numbers and Sudoku. Continue reading...

How the two statuettes stack up

Subscriber onlyWe've all seen actors hold up Oscars and Emmys in triumph, amazement and gratitude. Here's a little background on the statuettes themselves. Both are manufactured by R.S. Owens & Co. in Chicago. Continue reading...

Arkansas postcard past

Subscriber onlyArkansas, 1966 Mailed to potential voters the card assured Arkansans: "Win Rockefeller, as governor, will provide stable and responsible leadership to Arkansas. He can do the most for our state in many ways, and I hope you join me in helping to elect him." In November, Rockefeller defeated former State Supreme Court Justice "Justice Jim" Johnson to become the state's first Republican governor since 1872. Continue reading...

Helpful Hints

DEAR READERS: Have you received a new credit card lately? Does it have a chip in it? These newer credit cards have a microchip as well as a magnetic strip. And they are more secure than the ones with just the magnetic strip. Continue reading...

On Christianity

DEAR REV. GRAHAM: Someone in our family is always having a crisis, and all of their problems end up in my lap. I get so tired trying to deal with them. They mostly ignore my advice anyway. Sometimes I just wish I could leave. Why is our family so messed up? Continue reading...

Super Quiz: ? of ?

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Horoscopes by Holiday

Subscriber onlyHappy birthday. You have lofty dreams and all of the talent and drive you need to make them real. You'll be the best leader for the job, so don't wait to be invited. October brings opportunity through your family. Continue reading...

Artist hikes River Trail with an eye and a sketchbook

Subscriber onlyEvery day, people go to the Arkansas River Trail to test themselves physically: They whiz down the paths on bikes or skates, or jog long distances to test their endurance. On the other end of the spectrum is David Paul Cook. Continue reading...