• Issue Archive for
  • Feb 13-18, 2014
  • Vol. 21, No. 51
  • Love, Arkansas style
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  • Jess and the city

    As the perpetually single friend, Jessica Wurst has been on a lot of dates. Sometimes she gets swept off of her feet. Sometimes things get strange. Sometimes both. We asked the Alma native, who now lives in New York, to tell us about her most memorable Arkansas dates.
  • Love notes

    For our Valentine's Day issue this week, we heard many tales of love, loss and lust. Here are a few tidbits: marriage, divorce, sex and some memorable pickup lines.
  • Focus on public schools

    I have no idea who Leeann Bennett is, whose to the editor was published last week, but her extensive review of the problems with education in Arkansas hit the nail on the head!


  • It's camera time, state Senate

    As much as Arkansans should take the opportunity to come to the cramped galleries on the top floor of the state Capitol to watch their senators at work, it's simply not feasible for hundreds of thousands of them significantly affected by some of the votes cast there. But because the presence of cameras in the Senate chamber and committee rooms has been fervently resisted, as this publication has noted across the years, Arkansans are unable to see their elected officials at work.


  • Miranda July comes to UCA

    Also, Jeff Dunham at Verizon, Lanterns! at Wildwood, For the Love of the Wu at White Water, the Cedric Burnside Project at White Water, Sebadoh at Stickyz, the Good Vibes Hip-Hop Showcase at Juanita's, 'The Call Me Trinity' at Vino's and Hoop for Kids' Sake at UALR.
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