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Haas Hall Academy seniors Hays Osborne, 19, top; Alex Walker, 18, right;  and Thomas Coger, 18, bottom; join other students in assembling a large bottle-shaped container constructed of wire Thursday, April 17, 2014, meant to collect recyclable plastic bottles at the school in Fayetteville. The school's green team is collecting bottles for a second year to raise awareness of the amount of bottles that are used but not recycled in advance of Earth Day, which is Tuesday.

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Haas Hall Academy seniors Hays Osborne, 19, top; Alex Walker, 18, right; and Thomas Coger, 18, bottom; join other students in assembling a large bottle-shaped container constructed of wire Thursday, April 17, 2014, meant to collect recyclable plastic bottles at the school in Fayetteville. The school's green team is collecting bottles for a second year to raise awareness of the amount of bottles that are used but not recycled in advance of Earth Day, which is Tuesday.

Arkansans plan 'green' activities for Earth Day

Earth Day is Tuesday, and Arkansans are finding many ways to celebrate conservation starting this weekend. Cities throughout the state have "green" activities planned through next week, such as recycling drives, greening projects and block parties. • Friends of Fourche Creek in Little Rock, with the...

Terry’s French accent is tres tasty

Terry’s Finer Foods used to be just a high-end Heights grocery store until owners Lex and Ellen Golden took it to a new level in 2010 by adding a “slightly French bistro” in the annex that once housed a pie shop.

Orphan Black back Saturday on BBC America

Every now and then a new TV series sneaks in under my radar and I have to play catchup. Too many channels; not enough hours in the day.

THE WEEKEND TEN

1 GLORY Everyone is invited to congregate at the river for the 26th annual Community Easter Sunrise Service. The service, organized by Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church and with participation from community leaders and area choirs, starts at 7 a.m. Sunday at Little Rock’s First Security Amphitheater in Riverfront Park.

Music, art flood Mountain View for Folk Festival

A visit to Mountain View can be like a trip to the past at any time, with its small town charm and a focus on old Ozark culture, but that’s especially true during the Arkansas Folk Festival.

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