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Thursday, October 1, 2009

In these Times

Posted By on Thu, Oct 1, 2009 at 3:35 PM


For those of you who can't go out to your local restaurant/coffee house/bar to pick up this week's issue of the Times, be sure you catch the following:

The Fall of Man: David Koon's chilling cover story about a First Baptist Church of Benton music minister who preyed on young boys for years.  A courageous few have stepped forward to help put him behind bars.

Changing the Grid: Read about one group's efforts to change one way streets in downtown Little Rock into two-way streets.

Insightful Columns: From Max Brantley, Ernest Dumas, John Brummett, Doug Smith and Bob Lancaster

To-Do: Want to know what to do with yourself this week?  Check out the always killer to-do list from Lindsey Millar and Paul Peterson.

For all you Hogs Fans: There's the ever-hopeful Boy Named Sooie.

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