• Kai Caddy
  • Issue Archive for
  • Jan 18-24, 2012
  • Vol. 38, No. 20
Digital Edition


  • Dems have candidate

    It's been a long struggle, but it looks like the Democratic Party has a candidate for Congress in the 2nd District against incumbent U.S. Rep. Tim Griffin, the Little Rock Republican.
  • A dream and a voice

    The holiday honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was Monday, with downtown Little Rock and the Birds**t Lot where we dock the Mobile Observatory every morning a ghost town.


  • All too obvious

    I'm so tired of these peckerwood know-it-alls who know it all and are ready to tell you all about it. It's all so obvious to them.
  • Law taking a licking

    "Tim Errity, now 23, said he was riding in a car with his cousin, Tom Foolaree, when Foolaree asked him if he was ready to 'hit a lick' — slang for committing a robbery."


  • The Toasters to Maxine's

    Plus Douglas Blackmon at Hendrix, Cody Canada at Revolution, Arkansas River City Blues Society Fundraiser at Cornerstone, Evanescence at Verizon and Billy Joe Shaver at Revolution.
  • The value of Jeff Long

    Days ago in this space I made a passing reference to a recent Forbes report that assessed the most valuable college football programs in America. It was in the context of that article that author Chris Smith presented us with a rather jarring bit of data: "The biggest change since 2009 belongs to eighth-ranked University of Arkansas, whose football program climbed 59% in value over the past two years."




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