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Kevin Kresse sculpts finishing details Oct. 23 on his monumental likeness of Gen. William O. Darby in a work shed attached to the Martin Borchert Co. in North Little Rock.

PHOTO BY John Sykes Jr.
Kevin Kresse sculpts finishing details Oct. 23 on his monumental likeness of Gen. William O. Darby in a work shed attached to the Martin Borchert Co. in North Little Rock.

premiumMemorial clay: History, art, chemistry and elbow grease set bronze hero on his bike

FORT SMITH -- Garrison Avenue grumbled and coughed like a giant with a chest cold. It wasn't the thunderstorm rising out of Oklahoma and about to pummel Interstate 40 with hail of remarkable size. It was motorcycles. Stiff gusts parted bikers' wiry beards and teased the slashed edges of T-shirts a...

Memorial clay: History, art, chemistry and elbow grease set bronze hero on his bike

FORT SMITH -- Garrison Avenue grumbled and coughed like a giant with a chest cold. It wasn't the thunderstorm rising out of Oklahoma and about to pummel Interstate 40 with hail of remarkable size. It was motorcycles.

He quarried a garden

Allen Klak's garden makes people wonder. How did he and his wife, Iwona, find such a green nirvana in the middle of Little Rock? -- the backyard sloping down a dozen planted and lighted terraces with curving stone walls, graveled paths, fire pits and waterfalls.

Building a better burger: From grill, skillet or oven, burgers best with homemade seasonings, condiments

Summer is almost here. And for many that means burger season. Whether you like them meaty or veggie, topped with cheese and onions or plain-Jane, few foods are more quintessentially American and universally beloved than the hamburger.

DEAR ABBY: Woman sees herself as abuser after couple's stormy breakups

DEAR ABBY: After reading some of your columns concerning abusive, controlling relationships, I realize that I am in one, but not in the way you assume. I am the abuser.

A new direction

WASHINGTON -- One of Randy Hollerith's earliest memories is of watching stonemasons at work at the Washington National Cathedral when his great-aunts took him there as a child. Now, as the nationally prominent institution's next dean, Hollerith will be responsible for stabilizing the cathedral in a different way.

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