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December 6, 1998 | ROBERT W. WELKOS, Robert W. Welkos is a Calendar staff writer
Each fall, as the leaves begin to change hues and Razorback football mania grips the state, Orr's Furniture Center in Malvern, Ark., holds its big 10-day anniversary sale. It's a time when folks from nearby Hot Springs and the surrounding hamlets receive fliers in the mail inviting them to come on down to Orr's for the best buys on La-Z-Boy chairs, Bassett tables, Sealy mattresses and Stiffel lamps.
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December 6, 1998 | ROBERT W. WELKOS, Robert W. Welkos is a Calendar staff writer
Each fall, as the leaves begin to change hues and Razorback football mania grips the state, Orr's Furniture Center in Malvern, Ark., holds its big 10-day anniversary sale. It's a time when folks from nearby Hot Springs and the surrounding hamlets receive fliers in the mail inviting them to come on down to Orr's for the best buys on La-Z-Boy chairs, Bassett tables, Sealy mattresses and Stiffel lamps.
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September 2, 2002 | PATRICIA BRENNAN, WASHINGTON POST
The Starz cable service came to the rescue when a crime drama written and directed by Robby Henson, and starring Oscar-winner Billy Bob Thornton, was about to be orphaned. Thornton plays a small-town Louisiana sheriff in "The Badge," a movie that originally was to be a theatrical film. Instead, it shows up Saturday at 8 p.m. on Starz. The name-rich cast includes Patricia Arquette, William Devane, Jena Malone, Thomas Hayden Church, Tom Bower, Julie Hagerty, Sela Ward, Rick Dial and Hill Harper.
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March 18, 1998 | PATRICK GOLDSTEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Robert Duvall has enjoyed quite a few career-capping moments since he made "The Apostle," his self-financed $5-million film about the Rev. Sonny Dewey, a fiery Pentecostal preacher who's a huckster, adulterer and super-salesman for the Lord. He got all his money back, "plus some change," when October Films won a bidding war for the film at the Toronto Film Festival last September.
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