The Observer has always loved our gadgets, but we’ve never quite had the courage to dive headlong into the shiny, complicated innards of modern digital goodies — all those plugs and wires and circuit boards.
It was a GOOD week for … CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. A 16-year-old Wynne boy confessed to setting fire to a kitten. The kitten was euthanized, the boy was charged under Arkansas’s toothless animal-cruelty law. Special-interest groups like the Farm Bureau and the
Fans of AETN who have been bemoaning the channel’s low signal strength (or absence from the dial, depending on how far you are from their makeshift analog transmitter) since their tower fell back in January should have reason to smile by the time you read
History says Democrats ought to worry whenever they find themselves blessed with an able U.S. senator on the ticket and get word of a Republican vice presidential nominee they’ve never heard of and whose selection seems an affront to responsible governing
On residency requirements for LRPD officers and why many of his officers choose to live outside the city, community policing, mass incarceration, juvenile justice, assault rifles and gun control and more.
Also, Stonewall Democrats "Donkeys and Drinks," "The Diary of Anne Frank" at the Studio Theater, Liverfest at Cadron Creek Outfitters, Meredith Walker at the Clinton School for Public Service and more.