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There’s one thing you can always count on around the holiday season…you’re going to be seeing a whole lot of nuts. Here's how to get the most enjoyment out of them.
Local artisans display their crafts at South on Main — and the bar is open.
The Superior Bathhouse Brewery and Distillery is a great place for drinkers and non-drinkers alike to enjoy the best that the Spa City has to offer.
[embed-1] Silverpoint artist Marjorie Williams-Smith emailed me this video of the National Arts Club exhibition in the Greg and Marquis Galleries on Grammercy Park.
“Highlighting Hillcrest: History, Architecture and a Sense of Community,” with Rachel Silva, Tommy Jameson and James McKenzie, 6 p.m.
"An Abstraction of Toys"
America's poor have risen and fallen as objects of politics in cycles of 30 to 50 years, and in the era of Barack Obama and the tea party they have scaled yet another peak. /more/
"We have just enough religion to make us hate," wrote Jonathan Swift "but not enough to make us love one another." A lifelong religious controversialist, the 18th century Irish satirist definitely knew whereof he wrote. After all, it's fewer than 20 years since Protestants and Catholics in Northern Ireland quit dynamiting each other's gathering places. /more/
Wouldn't you know it? The day after the Times philanthropy issue goes to press comes word from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences of a $1 million gift for its Breast Center.
The coaching carousel continues at Arkansas State, with Bryan Harsin leaving after one season, the third year in a row the Red Wolves have lost their coach to another school after just one season. Harsin will take over as head coach at Boise State, where he was an offensive coordinator for five years from 2006-2011.
Arkansas figures in the following national count.
The New York Times reports on legislative action in the year since the gun slaughter in Newton, Ct.
Of 109 new state gun laws, 39 tighten regulation and 70 loosen regulation.
Arkansas has: 1) made concealed carry permits secret; 2) by some nutters' interpretation totally removed restriction on carrying of a weapon; 3) allowed guns in churches; 4) allowed guns at private church schools; 5) opened the door to guns on college campuses by vote of trustees;
Bullet Bob Ballinger has, so far, failed in his effort to pass a state nullification statute, the Orval E. Faubus Memorial Gun Act. But more legislative sessions await.
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