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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Main July Calendar illustration

PHOTO BY Ron Wolfe
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Main July Calendar illustration

premiumJULY CALENDAR: Star-spangled barbecue

July is set to explode with Independence Day celebrations, fireworks, fireflies, bang-up days and flashy nights. These are the dog days of summer, often the year's hottest, but nothing that a water balloon can't fix. 1 National Horseradish Month, Cellphone Courtesy Month, Women's Motorcycle ...

JULY CALENDAR: Star-spangled barbecue

July is set to explode with Independence Day celebrations, fireworks, fireflies, bang-up days and flashy nights. These are the dog days of summer, often the year's hottest, but nothing that a water balloon can't fix.

IN THE GARDEN

Q I got a beautiful bougain-villea for my birthday in April, and I think I have been steadily killing it. It was in a small pot, and we hung it in the sun on a planter rod. It stayed that way until I moved it to where it does get some shade, then I fertilized ...

Keeping up with the Kendricks

The Kendrick family traded their 3,000-square-foot Melissa home for a 30-foot camper for a year, and visited every state in the lower 48, parts of Canada and Mexico. They outran hurricanes, survived low temperatures -- and potty-trained the youngest of their nine children.

Makin' bacon: We tried two methods to make our own

After days of anticipation, the moment arrived: The do-it-yourself bacon brining in the refrigerator for a week had been cured and was ready to slice, fry, eat.

High Profile: William Russell Meeks III

It's early in an Arkansas Travelers afternoon baseball game, and Russ Meeks takes one of his customary walks around Dickey-Stephens Park in North Little Rock. He greets fans, concession stand workers, media members, the ballpark organist and anybody else whose path he crosses. With a grin on his broad face, he watches schoolchildren attending the ...

Chinese government continues to remove crosses from churches

Along the valleys and mountains hugging the East China Sea, a Chinese government campaign to remove crosses from church spires has left the countryside looking as if a typhoon had raged down the coast, decapitating buildings at random.

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