The Flyer also had a dog in the fight. We went down on animadversion, defined as adverse criticism. Which is not what we're doing right now. Congrats to all and we hope the Literary Council made buckets of dough.
Tennessee must ensure that all residents can express their views equally, said Hedy Weinberg, Executive Director of the ACLU of Tennessee. The state cannot be in the business of limiting some speech while allowing other speech.
The legislature twice rejected an amendment that would have authorized a Pro-Choice specialty plate. The law in question makes a Choose Life license plate available to motorists for an annual fee of $35 over and above the basic cost of registering a car in the state. Fifty percent of all funds raised, after expenses, would go to a private anti-choice organization called New Life Resources.
In March, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against the ACLU and ruled that the anti-choice plate did not violate free speech rights. Earlier this month, the ACLU announced that it would appeal that decision to the U.S. Supreme Court and also asked the federal appeals court to postpone Tennessees production of the plate while the appeal is under consideration.
Also, info on South End is here:
Catch the film documenting the struggle of Crescent City musicians after Hurricane Katrina this weekend (April 21-22) at the Delta International Film and Video Festival at Delta State University in Cleveland, Mississippi. Mugges film screens on Saturday night, but arrive early on Friday night for a screening of local short films.
For more, go here.
The gallery curator says the broad range of images in both color and black-and-white expand the dialogue of landscape photography by creating objects, not windows onto reality, that exist as interpretations of the awe of nature.
For more information about the show and a sample gallery of images, go here.
You might recall that in his New Years Day address in 2004, Herenton said that God had called him to be Memphis mayor and that God gave him a vision for the city. No word on whether God wants him to have bling.
You should read the whole thing here, to really get the full impact. But here's an excerpt:"I have an idea! It's so f---in hot in here, let's all take our shirts off!" she squealed. Her friend was game. "If we take our shirts off, will you take yours off, Andrew?" she purred.
Read more about it here.
We're not sure what's going on in the photo (click headline to see our guess), but W's not amused by these antics, we're sure. Damn liberals.
The line, officially licensed by NASCAR, includes skirts, tanks, pants, and hoodies. Wear the number of your favorite driver or just proclaim your love of the sport.
The clothes probably wont get you on the pit crew, but hey, who knows?
But we say, hey, Elvis probably liked panties, so big deal. Rubber ducks, we're not so sure about.