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Monday, October 8, 2007

Blog report

Posted By on Mon, Oct 8, 2007 at 8:36 AM

If you haven't, you should peruse through the Times' community blogs.

The Hog Expats are writing about Houston Nutt's uneasy position.

Street Jazz takes note of a Fayetteville Wal-Mart's help with special parking spaces for visiting bikers (at the expense of parkers with disabilities).

Central Arkansas Confidential has a welcome update on the Broadway career of Little Rock's Ashlie Atkinson. The former Times intern is in a revival of "The Ritz."

Ninja Poodles is cooking with all of the bacon flavor but none of the guilt.

And, while we're blog reviewing, The Iconoclast isn't one of ours, though he/she would certainly be welcome. Among the news near the top there is that the city of Fayetteville has developed an interactive city council agenda. The public can comment on items added for council consideration. Would LR dare?


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