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Monday, January 7, 2013

Last day for Readers Choice

Posted By on Mon, Jan 7, 2013 at 9:59 AM

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Arkansas Times Readers Choice survey image

It's now or never for those of you who want to make your voice heard in our annual Readers Choice restaurant survey. The poll closes at midnight tonight.

Also, you checked out our page for the First Annual Beard Growing Competition the Times is co-sponsoring with The Root? On Dec. 1, partipants were certified clean shaven. The final judging will take place Feb. 9. The categories include longest beard, thickest beard, most original beard and Best Abraham Lincoln. If we would've had the foresight to put a gambling component into this, my money would've been on Arkansas Times salesman Jeff Borg (top row, fourth from left). Strong progress already.

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