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Wednesday, August 2, 2006

Keeping up with the Times

Posted By on Wed, Aug 2, 2006 at 9:34 PM

The new edition of the Arkansas Times is published at every Wednesday at 5 p.m., before the print copies hit newsstands.

You can sign up to receive an e-mail when the new content is uploaded to our website. This was the summary that was sent to over 1,000 subscribers earlier today:

This week's Arkansas Times cover story examines the impact of the new Clean Indoor Air Act and finds that some businesses plan to take advantage of a loophole to avoid the smoking ban.

Also in this week's issue:

ARKANSAS REPORTER: A Benton author writes the ultimate scary novel, the latest in a new "Christian thriller" genre. And a local group spreads the word about climate change in Arkansas.

COLUMNISTS: Republican gubernatorial candidate Asa Hutchinson subs for a vacationing Max Brantley; Sabin says Mark Pryor needs to take a closer look at Joe Lieberman's ordeal; Dumas on the politics of gambling; McCord laments the recent congressional parental consent law.

ENTERTAINMENT: Jim Harris remembers Paul Eells and shares the latest turmoil at the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival; DJ Irene and Whild Peach come to the Rev Room; reviews galore.

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