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At this juncture in my life’s journey, I have come to regard summer as not just one of the four seasons, but a state of mind.

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I believe most everyone’s basic sense of philanthropy begins in childhood when our parents teach us to share with others and to care about neighbors and friends and certainly those

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Whenever I sit down to work in my at home office niche, I look up at an oil painting over the computer desk.

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I still remember my first parade. It was indoors at Miss Eugenia Cooper’s Kindercoop in her family abode on Prospect Avenue.

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Hot Springs affords us the opportunity to enjoy city living, but also to take in the amenities of nearby rural areas.

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Hot Springs has once again transitioned into a new year, welcoming whatever changes and challenges might be in store during 2016.

The Last Word

Throughout its history, the unique vistas of Hot Springs have been featured on postcards.

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A recent sojourn to south Arkansas evoked thoughts of connectivity to people and places that enhance our lives and give them meaning and purpose.

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Consider this month’s essay a confession of sorts from a still-aspiring wordsmith.

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While recently dining at a popular local eatery, my friends Mac and Ann Caruso, John and Helen Selig, and I enjoyed a light repast and then turned our conversation to various aspec