By Sunshine Morgan Hanging on the wall of the Washington County HIV Clinic in Fayetteville, is a quote by an AIDS patient: “I deal with this disease by looking at it as one of the best teachers I’ve ever had.
Can it be, a recession, is upon us Well, Daddy W. thinks the R-word, yes, “recession,” is once again popping up on the American economic scene. Why? The ripple affects of the sub-prime loan foreclosures has caused the nation’s homebuilding slowdown (yes, Virginia, even here in NW Arkansas), rising gas prices and add to that…
Primaries: The end begins By Doug Thompson
By Judy Macklin Michelle Obama is a charmer. I know, because I was totally charmed by her.
Starting Out in the Evening and The Savages According to a recent movie, growing old and dying in the west is a lark. According to “The Bucket List,” you meet a multi-millionaire, and the two of you go cavorting. Even if you have cancer, it’s a real party. Lotsa fun. Dying in the east, not…
Hello Everyone, This week we’ll continue our exploration of the world of wine with a look at a grape that is old and new at the same time, a great alternative for those of us who enjoy spicy dishes. Try a new wine this week! Bruce Viognier
Esoteric Astrology as news for week January 24-30, 2008 Pluto Enters Capricorn as Mercury Retrogrades The week astrologers have been writing about has arrived.