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Refugees from the Middle East walk on railway tracks in Hungary. Some churches in the United States have welcomed refugees from Syria.

PHOTO BY DARKO BANDIC / AP
Refugees from the Middle East walk on railway tracks in Hungary. Some churches in the United States have welcomed refugees from Syria.

premiumBucking the party line

ATLANTA -- Jim and Jeanne Slaughenhoup had a surprise for Hasan when they showed up at his Atlanta-area apartment recently. Since he arrived in Georgia amid a storm of controversy in early December, the 4-year-old Syrian refugee had been pestering his parents about going to school. His grin spread...

Brigadoon mostly pleasing but staging at times too static

North Little Rock's Argenta Community Theater has put together a bonnie production of Lerner & Loewe's musical Brigadoon, with some fine vocal and acting performances on display during Friday's opening.

Sowing your own

The winter winds may howl, but gardeners can find solace in seed catalogs as they dream of spring.

Later, not sooner

The characters of Maurice Sendak may live in the imaginations of children around the world, but many of those characters were born in a wooded residential neighborhood on the outskirts of this small town, in a rambling shingle house where Sendak lived and worked beginning in the early 1970s.

Teen's heart aches for young cousin in midst of melodrama

DEAR ABBY: I am 18 and in my sophomore year of college. A month ago, my family went through some major hardships. It came out that "Uncle Mark" has been cheating on my aunt for years and is moving his mistress to our area. They have two children, a son in elementary school and a ...

Bucking the party line

Jim and Jeanne Slaughenhoup had a surprise for Hasan when they showed up at his Atlanta-area apartment recently.

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