• Issue of
  • Jun 7-13, 2018
  • Vol. 44, No. 40
  • Art issue
Digital Edition

News

  • Delta prize winners
  • Cover Stories
  • Delta prize winners

    Jurors Les Christiansen, Shea Hembrey and Brian Young selected three works to receive cash awards at the "Delta Exhibition" and three honorable mentions, and the Contemporaries art group of young members selected one work for a cash award.
  • The Observer
  • Searching for Archie

    The Observer doesn't watch a lot of TV unless it's the killer robots on "Westworld" or the killer sexyfolk on "Game of Thrones." We did, however, want to weigh in on the "Roseanne" horse puckey. You're already turning the page, aren't you? Stay thy hand and stay awhile, traveler. This might be, dare we say it, important.
  • Letters
  • Bill and Monica

    I don't think Clinton's actions rose to the level of an impeachable offense. I do think he is a prime beneficiary of white male privilege and his sense of entitlement is disturbing.

Columns

  • Jay Barth
  • Kennedy's half-baked ruling

    In his majority opinion in Masterpiece Cakeshop Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy sided with Jack Phillips, the Colorado cake shop owner who refused to bake a cake for a reception for the wedding of two men.
  • Ernest Dumas
  • Scary Granny Pelosi

    Nancy Pelosi has replaced Barack Obama as the all-purpose bete noir of Republican politicians, including Arkansas's, but will she be as potent as the black president?
  • Guest Writer
  • 20 years of progress

    An unlikely experiment in grassroots democracy begun 20 years ago in Arkansas today boasts a rich track record of profound improvements to the state's agriculture, civil rights, education, economic, education, election, environmental and health laws.
  • Gene Lyons
  • Above the law

    So this is what Republican "conservatives" prating about limited government have brought us: an authoritarian cult of personality, the braggart crybaby in the White House insisting he's above the law.

Entertainment

  • Pearls About Swine
  • Super regional time

    Even with a rather jarring home/road split, Arkansas's accomplished baseballers posted their best national seeding for the tournament ever, and had itself situated to crest the 40-win mark for the 10th time in Dave Van Horn's 16-season tenure.

Dining


 

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