* An extensive obit today in the New York Times on Donald Harington.
* The New Yorker posts a glowing review on a book by former Arkansan Caleb Smith, an assistant professor of English at Yale who went to high school in Fayetteville, "The Prison and the American Imagination."
* The Arkansas Catholic reports in-depth on how the recession, demographics and other factors have contributed to a continuing decline statewide in enrollment in Catholic schools.
Also, root around the Arkansas Times site for things you might have missed:
* Late last night, David Koon posted details on testimony on whether Curtis Vance should receive the death penalty for killing Anne Pressly.
* Historian Michael Dougan pays tribute to heirloom Arkansas apples, particularly the Arkansas Black.
* Bill Clinton laid out his optimistic view of the health care debate in an interview with us yesterday. Speaking of which, Ernest Dumas explains why now is precisely the time to take a bold, even expensive step, and he gives U.S. Rep. Mike Ross another deserved caning for his contradictory words over the years.
* Funniest TV commercial by a school board candidate ever can be viewed on Rock Candy. Bring salt.
* Lindsey Millar has the scoop on the Renaud brothers latest documentary, screening at a benefit here tonight. It's the inspirational "Warrior Champions: From Baghdad to Beijing,” which follows four injured Iraq War veterans working to compete in the Paralympic Games in Beijing.