OK. Eureka Springs’ place as a pot of gold for rainbow wearers isn’t exactly news in Arkansas. Nonetheless, given the context of the state’s current political condition, it’s nice to see Arkansas get some attention for something positive.

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The report concludes with the news that Rodd Gray, a Texas transplant hairstylist-programmer-veteran-drag queen turned receptionist and volunteer, is contemplating a run for Arkansas House. You go, Patti Le Plae Safe
 

 

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