Lindsey Millar
Lindsey Millar

Lindsey Millar

I'm the editor of the Arkansas Times. I host our weekly podcast and contribute to Rock Candy, Eat Arkansas and the Arkansas Blog. This year, I've written articles about internet dating, the rising cost of higher education and the use of race in crime reporting.

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  • Float your own boat

    Greg Johnson's Little Rock Boat Builder Supply can make it happen, no experience needed.
  • Last chance for early-bird ticket prices for Pig & Swig

    The Arkansas Times second annual Pig and Swig event is just around the corner, from 6-9 p.m. Friday, June 15 at the Heifer Village. So plan accordingly: Clear your calendar. Get a date. Find a friend. And buy your tickets TODAY, June 4, to take advantage of the $20 early-bird ticket price. The ticket price increases beginning tomorrow.
  • The Anti-Abortion Forces Prevail for Now Edition

    On this week's episode, Max Brantley and Lindsey Millar discuss the court decision that led Arkansas to be the first state in the country where women can’t get medication abortions, Max’s annual trip to Boys State and a federal court hearing that could determine whether Arkansas can legally resegregate public schools.
  • 'Roseanne' cancelled after racist tweet from Roseanne Barr

    Hours after actress/comedian Roseanne Barr posted a tweet describing Valerie Jarret, former adviser to President Obama, as if "muslim brotherhood & planet of the apes had a baby," ABC cancelled her popular TV show, "Roseanne."

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