In what’s said to be a first for alternative weekly newspapers in the country, the Arkansas Times today announced plans to install a metered access model on its now-free website, including its popular Arkansas Blog. Above, a slick video announcing the plan, which limits access to blog content to 10 views per month unless you […]
With Steve Barnes out, they let me host another edition of AETN‘s “Arkansas Week,” which you check out at 8 p.m. tonight or later this afternoon at this link. Once again, a big thanks to Steve and the “Arkansas Week” crew for allowing me to fill in. And thanks today’s panelists — Michael Hibblen, Hoyt […]
It’s time to take another look at the week that was in Arkansas Business. First, above, our weekly “Arkansas Business Week in Review,” which airs Saturday mornings on THV 11 News. We look back on a week chock full of Arkansas public company earnings and other developments. Meanwhile, AETN’s “Arkansas Week,” we talk about the farm […]
With the help of Kickstarter, our friends Jamie & Lisa and Keith & Amanda have founded Treatsie, a delicious monthly subscription service to artisan candies from an ever-changing variety of vendors. Treatsie shipped its first box this week, and as Kickstarter backers, Laura and I rushed home to open it. You can learn more about the […]
An unusually violent slice of the lake life.
On this week’s edition of AETN‘s “Arkansas Week,” Steve Barnes talks to Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel about ExxonMobil and the Mayflower oil spill. Plus, me, KUAR’s Michael Hibblen and the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette’s Doug Thompson discuss the Medicaid non-expansion expansion and gubernatorial/congressional politics. You can watch the whole show right here.
A rainy weekend finally afforded some time to get this video, shot at the end of the last summer. It was my nephew Samuel’s first trip to the Little Rock Air Force Base air show, and I think he had a good time. Also: Laura and I check out some fancy aircraft and enjoy tacos […]
Today, the day began with cupcakes.
Above, a little taste of what’s been going at the Arkansas Business Publishing Group office in Little Rock. We’re taking over some existing, empty space in our building, which means lots changes, construction, painting and noise, lots and lots of noise.
This was fun.