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POLITICS. Uncommonly interesting races commanded huge attention for the Super Tuesday presidential primary voting. (Alas, we went to press before the polls closed. Mike Huckabee and Hillary Clinton seemed likely to win Arkans
Central Arkansas has what can only be called a vibrant spread of free publications, including the Arkansas Times, our Spanish-language sister paper El Latino, the black-community-oriented Stand! News, the Dem-Gaz’s free weakly Sync, and a whole box full o
If wanting to raise the severance tax to a fair level is “clownery,” as Sen. Bob Johnson calls it, what is the proper name for Senator Johnson’s position, resisting any attempt to make rich special interests pay their fair share of taxes? Stealery? Whorer
President Bush and congressional leaders put aside their acrimony long enough to agree to send a check to nearly everyone in America with a regular job and a tax cut for every company that is so prosperous that it plans to expand.
It was a tough decision, but if you’ve followed the popular culture over the last dozen years or so, you’re well aware that more cowbell is the consensus modern-day answer to all the great moral and philosophical questions.
Just in case you’ve breezed through the paper and landed on this section, the ARKANSAS TIMES MUSICIANS SHOWCASE, round two, is tonight, featuring the Reds, Bryan Frazier with Action Figures, Notion and Epiphany and One Night Stand.
The Heights’ newest culinary resident, Sushi Cafe, may teeter, a little dangerously, on the claustrophobic side, but after a couple of visits we’ll readily recommend to anyone that what it lacks in space, it makes up for in location and seriously fresh fo
Perhaps U.S. Rep. Tim Griffin might want to reconsider his earlier decision not to include Republican Rep. Loy Mauch on the list of Republican candidates he'd asked not to use his campaign contributions, having read some of what they'd written.