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A new time for the Times 

Starting adjusting your internal calendars, Times readers. Beginning the second week of January, the Times will become a Wednesday paper. It's a move we've long wanted to make — and the standard among alternative weeklies across the country — but until recently our printer arrangement didn't allow it. The switch takes effect Jan. 12. We'll also maintain our tradition of posting our free digital edition on arktimes.com the afternoon before we hit newsstands; look for it on Tuesday afternoons.

For bars, galleries, theaters, venues and everyone else who submits events to our calendar, please pay special mind to our long-held Friday deadline to receive information related to an event scheduled for the seven days following the coming Wednesday. For those who've never submitted before, find an easy events form at arktimes.com/listings.

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