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Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Up and running

Posted By on Tue, Sep 19, 2006 at 8:38 AM

We haven't made it clear enough in the logo yet, but Death by Inches is up and running with his own blog Billiken Man. Check it out.

Elsewhere on our community blogs, Hog Lawyer considers the pope's controversial remarks.

From the Arkansas Frontier muses on old cemeteries.

Over at Little Rocking, the sports column by J.R. and Henry concludes that Arkansas is clearly on a par with Vanderbilt in the SEC. Is that good or bad?

ARMedia is sick of Karl Rove (and catching some flak.)

And a reminder for a bookmark: This link has a handy listing of all our blogs in one place (you can also get there by clicking "blogs" at the top of our home page.) We hope to improve navigation soon.

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