How to hear better in a noisy room!

Having trouble following the conversation in a noisy, crowded room? Leaning in with your right ear could make a significant difference. The Association of British Neurologists says that’s because the words picked up by the right ear are mostly processed in the left hemisphere of the brain – the side linked to deciphering language. And overall, that makes our right ear 18% better at keeping up with rapid-fire conversations, and picking out the one voice in the crowd we WANT to listen to, compared to the left ear.


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Jingle Bell Rock Clue Correction

There was an error in the bonus clue given out on Saturday, December 11, at Big Red’zzz Furniture and Mattress in Springdale. If you have that bonus clue, replace “twenty” with “fourteen.” We apologize for the error and good luck on your hunt!