• Issue of
  • Jun 3-8, 2010
  • Vol. 36, No. 39
Digital Edition


  • Cover Stories
  • More to see

    Like years past, when it previewed the likes of "Knocked Up" and "(500) Days of Summer," the LRFF has several bigger-budgeted films it'll screen outside of competition.
  • The Observer
  • The Observer, June 3

    Neither mad dog nor Englishman, The Observer will go out in the noonday sun, if it's absolutely necessary, but he won't go without his hat.


  • Max Brantley
  • Lincoln's grace note

    The runoff between Sen. Blanche Lincoln and Lt. Gov. Bill Halter for the Democratic Senate nomination has become a tiresome and bitter spectacle of competing caricatures.
  • Ernest Dumas
  • Trash in the mail

    Something about an 8½x12-inch mailer, which is the preferred political communication this season, makes the spirit sink.
  • Bob Lancaster
  • Not sure why

    An alleged fragment of the original "little rock" was relocated then "dedicated" the other day in the hope that the publicity would lure some tourists.
  • Words
  • Words, June 3

    Susurrus is onomatopoeic; the word sounds like the thing it refers to – "a soft murmuring or rustling sound, a whisper."


  • To-Do List:  June 3-9
  • To-Do List
  • To-Do List: June 3-9

    Eureka Springs Blues Weekend, John Prine, Todd Snider, Guitar Shorty, Split Lip Rayfield, Woven Bones, Movies in the Park: 'Back to the Future.'
  • In Brief
  • In Brief, June 2-4

    Celebrated singer-songwriter and jam fest favorite Bob Schneider plays Juanita's with co-ed pop act Smile Smile, 10 p.m., $15 adv., $20 d.o.s.
  • Riverfest 2010
  • Music Reviews
  • Riverfest 2010

    Did that just happen? Was this year's installation of Riverfest about as close to ideal as they come?
  • Zombies!
  • Books
  • Zombies!

    UCA writing professor Robin Becker delves into the undead.
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