Arts & Culture

Lifestyles Sunday deadlines

The deadline for engagements, weddings and anniversaries is noon Monday, to be published in the following Sunday's paper. Engagement announcements must be published at least two weeks before the wedding but not more than three months; and wedding write-ups must be published within two months following the ceremony. Forms will be emailed, faxed or mailed upon request.

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Umphrey's McGee melodies stand out

In this era of hyper-specialization, there must be a satellite radio station somewhere playing only pop songs released in 1988 whose titles include four vowels and two consonants, but not "a" or "r," and were composed in April under a waxing gibbous moon. Umphrey's McGee offers a much more varied and gratifying trip across the dial.

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Lions Club hosts Gun and Knife Show

More than 100 dealers are registered to be at the Hot Springs Convention Center this weekend for the semi-annual South Hot Springs Lions Club Gun and Knife Show. The show will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m to 4 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $8 per person with children 12 and under free with paid adult. Free parking is available. Only service animals allowed.

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Painting of the Month

Pati Trippel, a mixed-media artist, won Brushstrokes Painting of the Month for December 2017. Trippel's work, "The Great Blue Heron," is a prime example of how an artist can take something ordinary and with vision create something extraordinary, a news release said.

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Earth Angel

The Solid Waste Department provides brush collection in two different ways: brush that is collected through the Clean Attractive Property Service and the leaf/mulch service, which is taken to the city of Hot Springs Compost Facility at 318 Davidson Drive. C.A.P.S. will pick up brush that must be cut in 6 feet lengths or less and no larger than 24 inches in diameter. Please do not mix with trash, wood, paper, cans, bottles or wire. The leaf/mulch truck collects up to 50 bags of leaves, small hedges trimmings, no longer than 3 feet in length and no larger than 3 inches in diameter. Then, it's taken to the compost facility to be processed. The compost is made from a mixture of wood chips and dewatered biosolids from the city's wastewater facility. For more information on compost, call their office at 501-802-1756 or their information line at 501-262-3572.

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