• Issue Archive for
  • Sep 19-25, 2012
  • Vol. 39, No. 3
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News

  • Tasty

    People enjoy food during a Mexican Independence Day celebration Saturday at the River Market pavilions in Little Rock.
  • Glenwood teen-ager closer to home

    Kaiti Tidwell, the child floated across the Rio Grande as an infant and raised in Glenwood, has made some progress toward being able to legally return to her adoptive family in the U.S.
  • Poems on glass

    The Observer went ahead with our years-deep threat and canceled our dish TV service a few months back.
  • Unfair portrayal

    As is well understood by the leadership of the Arkansas Times — Lindsey Millar, Alan Leveritt and Max Brantley, all of whom I have spoken to, or written to, about this matter — I strenuously refute the charges that I committed sexual harassment at the Oxford American.

Columns

  • Like Pakistan

    The Old America that the Tea Party and its corporate backers are crying to bring back was free of tiresome regulations burdening businessmen just trying to create jobs, and maybe make a few pennies of profit. That America was very much like the Pakistan of today.
  • Creepy

    The merger of a state institution with a church institution is a bold and creepy idea, the creepiness weighing more heavily in our estimation. Anything that might infringe on the separation of church and state is cause for alarm.
  • Say yes to the s

    Under the headline, "Lunch with the Bumpers," a columnist wrote of spending time with former U.S. Sen. Dale Bumpers and his wife, Betty. "Thinking back, I realize I would never have had the opportunity to know the Bumpers well had I not essentially been forced to move to the East Coast ..."
  • Lyons: About those 47 percent

    When Mitt Romney came to Little Rock a while back for one of those $50,000 per couple fund-raisers where he pretends to tell plutocrats what he really thinks, he acted more like somebody in the Federal Witness Protection Program than a presidential candidate.

Entertainment

  • The Reel Civil Rights Film Festival Returns

    Also, Ron White at Robinson Center Music Hall, 'Chrystal' at the Argenta Community Theater, Harvestfest in Hillcrest, the Arkansas Times Festival of Ideas downtown, Tim Gunn at Reynolds Performance Hall, John L. Smith at the Little Rock Touchdown Club and Greil Marcus at the Main Library.
  • Solidly second tier

    Nobody was delusional enough to think that a reeling Arkansas team would be able to summon any kind of miracle when the reigning titans of college football came calling last Saturday. When Tyler Wilson donned a headset instead of a helmet just before kickoff against Alabama, the die was cast.

Dining

Cartoons


 

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