The icon’s day has come and gone, and — oh, the irony — eight people were fatally shot in Chicago on his weekend. Another eight were shot during a Martin Luther King rally and celebration in Miami.
The afternoon of the inauguration of 45th President Donald Trump, a group of as many as 400 people gathered at the College Ave. and Dickson St. intersection in Fayetteville to air their grievances Friday, Jan. 20.
Donald J. Trump has been inaugurated as the 45th President of the US. If you are a xenophobic isolationist nationalist, this is such great news.
It will be a homecoming of sorts Tuesday evening when poet and activist Mohja Kahf takes the podium at Nightbird Books to read from her latest work, Hagar Poems.
Thomas Jefferson said “The only security of all is in a free press.” Since then we’ve added radio, television, and Internet. But can the media speak truth to power when six mega-corporations own 90 percent of American media?
Here we are, barely a week into the Trump administration, and there is already enough going on to merit an entire section of the paper, let alone a single column.
In Fayetteville, even the winters have great festivals.
Northwest Arkansas received quite a lot of wind recently, and spring will bring more in the coming months.
So, you just want the security of marriage with all the excitement of dating somebody new — which is kind of like wanting a latex hood and ball gag that are also a comfy old pair of slippers.
On May 4, 2013, I delivered the eulogy for my 33-year-old brother. I’m not sure that our political representatives understand what this feels like when they make decisions to take healthcare away from people.