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Thursday, August 30, 2007

Blog watch

Posted By on Thu, Aug 30, 2007 at 9:55 AM

Checked our community blogs lately?

Street Jazz's most current post jumps Sen. Blanche Lincoln for doing Tyson's dirty work on amendments to clean water legislation. Interesting stuff on down about community access TV and various Fayetteville issues.

Razorback expats, our new Hog bloggers, are ginning Razorback news. I suspect their Wally Watch will be a popular feature with sportoholics. Top topic today: Is McFadden the greatest Hog football player ever? Who's the best Hog athlete, any sport, ever?

And there's the Moviegoer. And Billiken Man (aka DBI). And Central Arkansas Confidential. And Hoglawyer. And Ninja Poodles.

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