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Dorothy Chandler Blank - Michael Morgan Bailey Jr.

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Parents of the bride are Pamela and Richard Harrod Blank Jr., 5618 Edgewood Road. Her grandparents are Dorothy Niblack Jackson and the late John David Jackson and the late Carol and Dr. Richard Harrod Blank, all of Tampa, Fla.

Old times not forgotten

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The Civil War ended 150 years ago. Its ghosts linger on aluminum.

Taylor Renee Barrow - Andrew Hunter Thompson

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Taylor Renee Barrow and Andrew Hunter Thompson exchanged marriage vows at 6 p.m. Saturday, March 21, at First Free Will Baptist Church, North Little Rock. The father of the groom officiated.

On Books: McDougall's poems hum with life

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Writing is all rhythm, cadence and weight.

Christine Denise Bourns - Derek Jordan Ward

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Christine Denise Bourns became the bride of Derek Jordan Ward at 5 p.m. Saturday, March 21, at the Villa Marre. The Rev. Greg Kirksey of the Church at Rock Creek officiated.

Spin Cycle: News is getting harder to stomach

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Let's chew on some of the curious recent developments in food news.

The TV Column: Book-based Killing Jesus examines historical side

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Easter is just around the corner and that brings a flurry of Jesus-themed TV programming.

TO WHOM HONOR IS DUE: Designing Women Ministries has rousing prayer breakfast

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In Exodus 3 of the Old Testament, Moses asked God whom he should name as the one who sent him to get the children of Israel out of Egypt. God's reply: "I am that I am."

TV on DVD: Devious, quirky Mr. Bean gets silver anniversary issue

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What is it? Mr. Bean: The Whole Bean, Remastered 25th Anniversary Collection, 14 episodes on four discs from Shout! Factory

ENTERTAINMENT NOTES: Mischo, blues band 1st act of Local Live weekly series

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Fayetteville-based R.J. Mischo and His Red Hot Blues Band kicks off the Oxford American's second-quarter Local Live concert series at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at South on Main, 1304 Main St., Little Rock.

LET’S TALK: Get happy: Staying away from Facebook part of the plan

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I've got to stop hanging out on social media so much. Facebook, especially.

Tell Me About It: Grief uninvited wedding guest

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DEAR CAROLYN: My fiance and I have planned our wedding for May 2. My mother died from cancer in June last year, and this wedding was seen as an event that we thought would bring great joy to a year that has been filled with so much sadness.

Horoscopes by Holiday

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Happy birthday. It's your year to fly via your talents, your ambition and your airline. Next month brings good luck in the form of young people you'll learn from. April shows you a new goal and a partner to pursue it with. Give yourself more freedom in June.

Orlando grows up

posted: 03/29/2015 1:59 a.m. Discuss

Long derided as a cultural wasteland, Orlando's restaurant and performing arts scene has grown up in recent years, and it is starting to attract attention from national arbiters of taste.

TRAVEL IN EUROPE: Eccentric Europe laced with novel sights

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Way back in my student travel days, I discovered a handful of completely offbeat sights that remain among my favorite places in Europe. From sculptures of salt to sculptures of marzipan, from a wall dedicated to love and freedom to chapels decorated with bones, a carefully balanced tour of Europe mixes famous must-see sights with quirky, less familiar places like these.

CONSUMER TRAVEL: Do-now items for vacation

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If you're planning a summer trip, you'll need to take care of some arrangements and purchases well in advance of your departure. Here are some suggestions.

Airline profits soar along with laments

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For air travel in the United States, 2014 brought soaring profits for airlines and turbulence for passengers.

Executive Summary

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Kelly Atchley, Executive Director Pagnozzi Charities

Arkansas Postings: Pope left legacy

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On this date, March 29, in 1829, newly inaugurated President Andrew Jackson appointed John Pope as the new governor of the Arkansas Territory. Pope was a man of considerable and perhaps formidable rectitude, a believer in fundamental democratic principles, and most important, a visionary for Arkansas.

Club News

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Retired Nurses

Local Notes

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Blood centerseeks donors

The big (pig) kiss

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Twelve local community and business leaders were in it to win it as they competed to for a special honor -- even if that meant kissing a pig.

Spotlight Alzheimer's Association : Flag football perfect fit for new NWA fundraiser

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How does a die-hard Razorback fan get a football fix between February and September?

Andrew David Coates Brewmaster finds passion, market

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Andy Coates' first stroll around the Fayetteville square left him thirsty.


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