There’s been another mass shooting. What can I even say anymore that I haven’t already said multiple times?
Outside of football, there are certain hogs we don’t want to call.
The sales that go on during Black Friday, those really good ones that you have to be there at 6 a.m. to take advantage of, and that people get beaten and trampled over? Typically those are the things that they were totally incapable of selling at any other point in the year.
Often, it’s gratitude that motivates us to make ripples (or make a difference) in the world. Sometimes this is expressed as a “pay it forward” concept: being grateful for someone’s help and offering assistance to another as repayment.
Marvel’s Jessica Jones premiered on Netflix on Friday, and as is my usual habit with things on Netflix, I was up most of the night watching it. Then watching it again the next day. And again as I’m writing this.
If your dogs or cats live outside, tend to wander, or are feral cats, the best way to continue loving and feeding them without contributing to ecosystem imbalance, euthanasia of offspring, and increased rabies and other diseases transmissible to and from wildlife and humans is to have pets spayed or neutered and vaccinated.
Here we are again. One hundred and thirty-two people are dead in Paris. More are injured. The city of light and love shut off its lights in mourning.
This past Monday, Nov. 16, Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson announced that he will oppose entry to Syrian refugees to Arkansas.
Lucky for all 2.9 million of us Arkansans, Tom Cotton is one of our senators and therefore represents us on a national level.
Aziz Ansari, best known for his role as Tom Haverford on Parks & Recreation, had his 10-episode series Master Of None premiere on Netflix last Friday, and he hit it out of the park.