Fear the beards 

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  • FEAR THEIR BEARDS: Little Rock photographer Rett Peek took portraits of most of the contestants in the Arkansas Times/Root Cafe Beard Growing Contest, held last Saturday at Bernice Garden. Winners included (from left on top) Kristen Alexander, Ian Mensik, Sean Conrad (from left on bottom), Blake Bradford, Jager Felice and Mark Knoke, See more at Rett Peek Photography on Facebook.

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