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Horoscopes by Holiday

posted: 04/23/2017 1:42 a.m. Discuss

Happy birthday. This is the magic hour of life; you're old enough to take advantage of privileges you didn't have when you were younger, and you can afford some of what you couldn't before. The best part is that you're young enough to enjoy those things. A career break happens in May. A lucky alliance in July leads to big money.

Breaking the ice

posted: 04/22/2017 2:16 a.m. Comment 1

International residents in the Little Rock area shared cuisines and cultures in an expression of unity and cultural diversity April 15 at the second annual Little Rock International Food Festival.

Ex-monk, 91, building cathedral by hand

posted: 04/22/2017 2:15 a.m. Discuss

In February, Justo Gallego dug his own grave, literally, in the crypt of the church he has been building here, brick by brick, since the early 1960s.

Yoga class too Hindu for college

posted: 04/22/2017 2:13 a.m. Discuss

Yoga is designed to help bring peace and wellness to body and mind.

On Religion: Most journalists on the beat 'don't get religion'

posted: 04/22/2017 2:13 a.m. Discuss

It was a month after Donald Trump won the presidency and, to be honest, many stunned journalists were still trying to figure out how they missed the tremors that led to the political earthquake.

Religion calendar

posted: 04/22/2017 2:12 a.m. Discuss

SPECIAL EVENTS

Bee yourself

posted: 04/22/2017 1:51 a.m. Discuss

RISON -- Elvin Bates has 90 years' experience with bees, and people are eager to hear him talk about keeping the insects vital to agriculture both big and, in this case, small.

Treasure hunt

posted: 04/22/2017 1:48 a.m. Discuss

DEAR HELAINE AND JOE: I inherited this pie safe from my father, and I believe the tins were hand-punched because I remember my father telling me how it was done. I would like to know its value for resale because it does not fit into my new home.

Tools & toys

posted: 04/22/2017 1:47 a.m. Discuss

LED Pocket Pico Video Projector

Personal Space

posted: 04/22/2017 1:46 a.m. Discuss

Barbara Burks Hanley

IN THE GARDEN

posted: 04/22/2017 1:45 a.m. Discuss

Q I have a patch of the old orange day lilies. I have heard them called ditch lilies. I also have a strip of ground down my driveway that stays wet to damp due to my neighbor's watering there almost every day. My drive is about 2 feet below their yard. Would these day lilies be good plant in this strip? The strip is about 25 feet long, and these day lilies spread at a very rapid rate. I have had good luck transplanting them. If they are not a good option, do you have a suggestion?

Otus the Head Cat: Plethora of pollen produces putrid puddles

posted: 04/22/2017 1:44 a.m. Discuss

Dear Otus, My husband and I retired to your beautiful state last November, so this is our first spring in the Natural State. We never had anything like this back in North Dakota.

Car Talk

posted: 04/22/2017 1:43 a.m. Discuss

DEAR CAR TALK: I have a 2015 BMW X3, which is equipped with run-flat tires. My tire tread was measured, and I was told that I have "7s" on the front and "9s" on the back. However, I recently got a flat tire on one of my rear 9 tires. So I bought a brand-new tire and put it on the front, along with the other 9 that used to be on the back. Then I put the two 7s on the back. Now I'm told that the new tire is bigger than the old 9 tire, and it will screw up my all-wheel-drive system. So I intentionally deflated the new tire a little bit (29 psi, compared with the recommended 30 psi) and inflated the other 9 (to 32 psi, compared with the recommended 30 psi), and I kept the rear 7s at 35 psi, as recommended. The purpose is to make the new tire a little smaller, so that it's the same diameter as the 9 tire. Is this a good approach? Is it recommended?

Let pegboard help declutter kitchens

posted: 04/22/2017 1:43 a.m. Discuss

Great storage solutions are born in one of two ways: in a frantic effort to make sense of an ever-expanding universe of things, or as a surrender to the knowledge that space is, in the end, limited. In the case of most of our houses -- and particularly our kitchens -- that limitation seems to be more stringent than ever. There are only so many pots, pans, paring knives and gadgets that can fit.

Super Quiz: Americana

posted: 04/22/2017 1:42 a.m. Discuss

1. What special day is celebrated on the third Sunday in June?

Helpful Hints

posted: 04/22/2017 1:41 a.m. Discuss

DEAR HELOISE: For everyone who thinks baby wipes are flushable, they are not. My daughter experienced a plumbing problem, and her serviceman said it was due to baby wipes.

Horoscopes by Holiday

posted: 04/22/2017 1:40 a.m. Discuss

Happy birthday. The obstacle in your path is completely surmountable, which you'll prove in the next four weeks. Friends help you move up, over and on. In May, romantic notions become romantic actions. Bank your winnings in July; you'll need the savings for what you want to build in October.

On Christianity

posted: 04/22/2017 1:40 a.m. Discuss

DEAR REV. GRAHAM: My parents were atheists, and I've never believed in God. But I'm older now, and I'm beginning to wonder if I'm right. How can I know if God exists?

DEAR ABBY: Liquor found in teen's car was purchased by her dad

posted: 04/22/2017 1 a.m. Discuss

DEAR ABBY: I have a 16-year-old stepdaughter, "Candy." My wife recently discovered three bottles of liquor in the car Candy drives. When confronted, she told my wife the booze was for an upcoming party. We grounded her.

Faith Matters: Islamic perspective of life

posted: 04/22/2017 1 a.m. Discuss

According to the Holy Quran, all creation -- animate and inanimate -- glorifies God. We humans may or may not be able to comprehend or even recognize their adoration and worship.

Local Notes

posted: 04/22/2017 1 a.m. Discuss

WASHINGTON COUNTY

Considering the Bible

posted: 04/22/2017 1 a.m. Discuss

Frans Van Liere opened with an Anglo-Saxon riddle from the 10th century:

Personal Space

posted: 04/22/2017 1 a.m. Discuss

Payton Rosenzweig Bridewell

Review: Jungle fever

posted: 04/21/2017 1:51 a.m. Discuss

In The Lost City of Z, a lush, melancholic story of discovery and mystery, a mesmerizing Charlie Hunnam plays a British adventurer in the Amazon who is consumed by "all the glories of exploration," as Joseph Conrad once wrote of a different journey. Enveloped by the forest, the explorer and his crew face snakes, piranhas, insects and that most terrifying of threats: other people, who at times bombard the strangers with arrows.

Review: The Promise

posted: 04/21/2017 1:50 a.m. Discuss

Like its stylistic first-cousin, the bio-pic, sweeping epics very often suffer from their inflated scope, attempting to condense an enormous amount of information and story down to a small, finite series of stilted and obligatory scenes in which every point is telegraphed, and every detail is in direct service to the sprawling plot.

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