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Many find success with alternative medicine - Texarkana Gazette
Staff photos by Andi Martin • Dr. Dan Martin of Northfield Acupuncture & Alternative Medicine Clinic of Texarkana, Ark., studied in China to learn the process, techniques and beliefs of Oriental medicine practices. Staff photo by Andi Martin • A Touch ...
Singing the praises of the ottoman - Texarkana Gazette
My home has long been a part of the Ottoman Empire. I was conquered years ago when I starting dreaming of all the ways I could use these small but mighty pieces of furniture in my home to add style...
The Secret Wisdom of the Earth - Texarkana Gazette
So many debut novels hit just one note. Coming of age. Small-town life. Adventure. Generational bonding. Social consciousness. How marvelous to start the year of reading with Christopher Scotton&rs...
Seeing Havana through new eyes - Texarkana Gazette
Associated Press • People ride in an Ural Soviet motorcycle Oct. 8, 2014, in Havana, Cuba. HAVANA—Everyone warns you Old Havana is a facade, but it's impossible not to be taken by its charms. In my hotel room, the soft sound of guitars enters from the ...
Record-setting Day - Texarkana Gazette
Staff photo by Curt Youngblood • Texas High’s Conor Diggs swims the backstroke in the 200-yard IM during the district championship meet Saturday at the Pinkerton Center. Diggs took third in the event. Staff photo by Curt Youngblood • Texas High’s ...
Scrapper Sweep - Texarkana Gazette
NASHVILLE, Ark.—Nashville’s boys faced a big challenge in matching the Scrapperettes’ performance Saturday in the Nashville Bankers Basketball Tournament at the Scrapper Arena. Published: 01/25/2015
Group spends night in cold to help homeless - Texarkana Gazette
Staff photo by Jerry Habraken Cups of chili are given out to the homeless and participants in the second annual Texarkana Homeless Coalition Bridge City Project Friday night at Elm and West Fourth streets. New to this year’s event is a chili cook-off ...
Taboo topic - Texarkana Gazette
Tribune News Service The Rev. Michael Baughman, center, of University Park United Methodist Church, hosts a Safe on Sunday training session for clergy and others on how to deal with domestic violence at Union Coffee in Dallas. Pictured are Cody Reynolds ...
70 years after auschwitz - Texarkana Gazette
Associated Press A close-up of the photo held by Marta Wise, above, showing a group of children behind a row of barbed wire at Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland. The image, which shows Marta in the center, has become an iconic image of liberation ...
Rose, Butler charge Bulls past Mavericks - Texarkana Gazette
Dallas Mavericks’ Dirk Nowitzki, left, and forward Dwight Powell defend as Chicago Bulls forward Taj Gibson fights for a shot opportunity during the first half Friday in Dallas. Associated Press DALLAS—Derrick Rose scored 20 points, Jimmy Butler had 14 ...
GOP pushes abortion bill through House - Texarkana Gazette
Associated Press Anti-abortion demonstrators Thursday head towards the Supreme Court in Washington, during the annual March for Life. Thousands of anti-abortion demonstrators gathered in Washington for an annual march to protest the Supreme Court’s ...
Nashville boys, girls make finals - Texarkana Gazette
Nashville’s KeeKee Richardson rises above Dierks’ Kaydra Ayers for a layup during a semifinal matchup in the Nashville Bankers Tournament on Thursday night in Scrappers Arena. Staff photo by Jerry Habraken NASHVILLE, Ark.—The Nashville Bankers ...
‘Much Ado,’ ‘Hamlet’ at Historic Washington - Texarkana Gazette
Photo by Michael Bailey Patrick Earl as Hamlet in “Hamlet.” The American Shake-speare Center will present “Much Ado About Nothing” on Friday, Jan. 30, and “Hamlet” on Saturday, Jan. 31, in the 1940 WPA Gym at Historic Washington State Park.
‘Dr. Faustus’: Tales of good and evil - Texarkana Gazette
Photo by Michael Bailey Andrew Goldwasser as Faustus and Stephanie Holladay Earl as Mephistopheles in “Doctor Faustus,” a production of the American Shakespeare Center. The American Shakespeare Center presents a morality tale of good and evil ...
Depp indulges inner clown in ‘Mortdecai’ - Texarkana Gazette
Lionsgate Gwyneth Paltrow, left, and Johnny Depp appear in a scene from "Mortdecai." LOS ANGELES—Any film credited with its own “mustache wrangler” really should have been much more fun than Johnny Depp’s latest misfiring action-c...