• Brian Chilson
  • Issue of
  • May 3-9, 2018
  • Vol. 44, No. 35
  • Whither The Rep
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News

  • The Observer
  • Neighbors

    Just across the driveway from the increasingly paint-needy Observatory on Maple Street, there's a rent house that has been a rent house for almost all the long years Yours Truly and Spouse and Junior have lived in Little Rock.
  • Letters
  • Save The Rep

    Having worked all over the U.S. and, in fact, pretty much all over the world in theater, I can say with some authority that the productions at the Arkansas Repertory Theatre, both those I have been in and those I have seen, are of the highest quality in every artistic aspect: acting, directing, set, costume and light design, etc.

Columns

  • 40 days of action
  • Autumn Tolbert
  • 40 days of action

    The news of the goings-on in D.C. is almost too much to handle. A steady stream of unqualified and shortsighted men and women rotate in and out of high-level government positions.
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  • Ernest Dumas
  • Pray for the poor

    Praying for the poor was always a harmless offense in the halls of government, as long as you never insinuated that leaders should actually help the downtrodden and infirm. But last week, it got a Jesuit priest fired as the chaplain of the U.S. House of Representatives.
  • Guest Writer
  • Unfruitful labor

    When 6-year-olds in Arkansas blow out their birthday candles, they might wish for a new toy or a family pet. Thanks to proposed changes to SNAP benefits, their parents might soon wish for a miracle just to keep food on the table.
  • Home on the range
  • Gene Lyons
  • Home on the range

    Another spring, another catastrophic wildfire season in the high plains. This year it was Oklahoma, where wind-driven flames consumed over 350,000 acres of pasture, killing thousands of cows, destroying barns, homes and fences.
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