Beloved by the Fayetteville community for his kindness and moral strength, Jacob David George, 32, was a humble man. He committed suicide Sept. 17, 2014 in his home in Fayetteville, about a week after President Obama announced military action would be taken on Syria and the Islamic State.
There was already a bustle forming outside the final Arkansas senate debate for Senator Mark Pryor and Representative Tom Cotton at the University of Arkansas Global Campus before it even started.
Well this last week just rushed by, didn’t it? Okay, I’ll try my best to keep the speed puns to a minimum, they are just so much fun!
Another week goes by and here I sit, loyally tuning into Gotham and hoping beyond hope that it finally finds its footing.
The Walking Dead exploded on screens last night for it’s fifth season premiere, and with it came more brutality than television sees this side of HBO.
Former President Bill Clinton called for early voting and voter engagement as the keynote speaker at the Arkansas Democrat candidate rally held on campus at University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Tuesday, Oct. 7.
I’m happy to say that the belt is only slightly bigger than it was at 26. So, what have I learned in the past year?
Last week, someone published the names of the people who signed the petition to repeal Ordinance 119, the Civil Rights Ordinance that Fayetteville’s City Council had voted on the month before, onto a website.
Rolling into Fayetteville this Saturday complete with electro rock sound and serious hip-hop beats is Phantogram.
Of all the books I’ve never read, I’m perhaps most glad to have avoided Gillian Flynn’s “Gone Girl.”