• Brian Chilson
  • Issue of
  • Mar 2-8, 2017
  • Vol. 43, No. 26
  • Spring Arts Preview
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  • Ignored by congressmen
  • Eye on Arkansas
  • Ignored by congressmen

    Indivisible Central Arkansas's town hall Sunday at St. Michael's Episcopal Church drew hundreds of attendees who wanted to express their concerns to their representatives in Washington, D.C. Congressmen in attendance: Zero.
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  • The Observer
  • There once was a prez who was orange ...

    The lefties The Observer knows are coping with the Dorito Mussolini regime in different ways: working out, creating art, staying well away from Twitter and randomly driving in the countryside to scream bloody murder and throw crockery at the moon.
  • Letters
  • An open letter to state Sen. Jason Rapert

    Sir! There once was a time when we publicly spoke together on behalf of the residents and fish of Lollie Bottoms, who had a nonnegotiable sewage plant imposed on them downstream from the Toad Suck Dam in Conway.


  • Ernest Dumas
  • Bullies

    Nettie Stevens, the American geneticist who developed the XY chromosome differentiation to explain the mystery of how people were born male or female, would be saddened, I think, to see that the 110 years of scientific discovery that her research triggered leaves a society still divided, embittered and ruled by ignorance and superstition on the matter of what we call sexual identity.
  • Gene Lyons
  • No love for pit bulls

    I once kept eight beagles in my backyard. When my wife complained, I'd tell her to choose which ones needed to go. It was a pure bluff: Some were prize-winning field trial hounds, others house pets. However, they all had eager, loving hearts, and she knew all their names.




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