• Issue of
  • May 17-23, 2018
  • Vol. 44, No. 37
  • Putting in a park
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News

  • The Observer
  • The dreamer

    It's 5 a.m. as The Observer writes this, and we're still shaking a bit from the adrenaline of the dream.
  • Letters
  • Allow comfort dogs

    I was dismayed to read of Judge Wendell Griffen's recent ruling against allowing comfort dogs for child sexual abuse victims in criminal court proceedings.

Columns

  • Bad law
  • Autumn Tolbert
  • Bad law

    Ideally, every addict would have free access to excellent inpatient treatment immediately and could obtain leave from work and financial obligations so they could take advantage of that opportunity. But that isn't the reality of the world we live in here in Arkansas.
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  • Ernest Dumas
  • Flooding the swamp

    It became clear the first week of his presidency what Donald Trump meant with his repeated campaign pledges to "drain the swamp," the moneyed culture of Wall Street and corporate lobbyists who dictate the laws and rules of governing in Washington.
  • Gene Lyons
  • Talking baseball

    "God bless America!" I exclaimed to nobody, as the dog and cat watching the Red Sox game with me were napping.

Entertainment

  • Pearls About Swine
  • Postseason plans

    As the Arkansas Razorbacks ease their way into the college basketball postseason, they've steadily built their case for being a Top 8 national seed — thereby securing a possible Super Regional hosting opportunity if they can win the presumed Fayetteville regional first — in a manner that belies how difficult it really has been to get this far.

Dining


 

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