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As eagle-eyed readers may've noted, this week we have a new slogan on our cover, "Arkansas's source for news, politics and entertainment." The change reflects the not-so-new reality of the Times: We're far more than a weekly newspaper these days. We have a website, arktimes.com, that breaks as much or more daily news as any outlet in the state and offers a wealth of information to help you navigate your free time — a comprehensive events calendar, a detailed dining guide and daily blogs devoted to art, entertainment and food. We also have a handy iPhone app for navigating local happy hours and bars called Cocktail Compass (arktimes.com/cocktailcompass). And recently we started a Friday podcast, hosted by Lindsey Millar and featuring Max Brantley, where we review the biggest stories of the week (arktimes.com/podcast).

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