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Subscriber onlyWalmart should reject Soviet-era symbolism Continue reading...

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GARY SMITH: This kitchen isn't big enough ...

Cooking with the spouse can be a half-baked idea

Subscriber onlyI'm going to throw out there that a lot of things in life are a lot better in the abstract than they are in real life. Continue reading...

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Subscriber onlyNation’s violence rooted in problems with people Continue reading...

Happy, happy, happy

Lies, damned lies and … you know

Subscriber onlyTHEY'VE DONE IT again. Someone went and used some shaky statistics and trembling data to assign Arkansas a low rank in some sort of "study." (Scare quotes should always come with that word.) Continue reading...

Man with a plan

Marco Rubio’s latest intriguing idea

Subscriber onlyBY THEIR OPPONENTS’ arguments ye shall know them. Continue reading...

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NWA EDITORIAL: Thursday's thumbs

Arkansas’ last hunting season had no fatalities

Subscriber onlyIt's Thursday, so it must be another installment of digital feedback on some of the news of the day. Continue reading...

OTHERS SAY: Semi crashes can be reduced

Subscriber onlyThe number of fatalities involving semis and other large trucks is spiking, making our highways increasingly perilous for drivers. And both federal regulators and the trucking industry have refused to take relatively simple steps to mandate the installation of new technology that could prevent rear-end collisions -- a fact that should spark outrage and action. Continue reading...

TED TALLEY: Under the big top

Judicial hearing does little to brighten view of Senate

Subscriber onlyLast week I visited my eldest son in suburban Houston. While he was teaching orchestra at James Bowie Middle School (Yeah, I was indeed in Texas), I holed up in his apartment, promising myself I'd finish a Louisiana citrus story for a Baton Rouge magazine. Unfortunately, I became distracted by the gavel-to-gavel coverage of the Brett Kavanaugh Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. My son's cat and I watched together. Continue reading...

Founding father

Cliff Baker began a theater—and a tradition

Subscriber onlyCliff Fannin Baker died as had lived: hard at work trying to restore the repertory theater company he had founded to fiscal and artistic health. The roar of the crowd and the smell of greasepaint had been part of him for so long that he might have been born ready to tread the boards. Continue reading...

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Subscriber onlyTechnology can respond to world climate change Continue reading...

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Subscriber onlyTechnology can respond to world climate change Continue reading...