A Fight to End The Fight

By Madeline Burke and Dustin Jayroe   On June 19, 1865, the holiday of Juneteenth was originated, which is now an annual commemoration of the emancipation of those who had previously been enslaved in the United States — namely, the freeing of African Americans after the Confederacy was defeated. Almost 155 years later to the…

Lighting the Path

By Dustin Jayroe | Photos By Jamison Mosley A cheerful face with a beaming smile provides a warm greeting at the World Services for the Blind headquarters in Little Rock. “Come on back,” the tender soul and president and CEO of the organization, Sharon Giovinazzo, invites. She serves as the guide down the hallway and…

Six Feet

Six Feet Apart

By Dustin Jayroe The afternoon of March 11, 2020, formalized Arkansas’ annex in the fight against the novel coronavirus, as the state’s patient zero was announced in Pine Bluff. Our public health forces assembled alongside those in the rest of the country and the world as the attention of all persons set sight on the…

Sky of the Month: Stargazing in June 2020

Businesses are starting to reopen across the state and the country. But if your favorite establishment is still holding out, one thing that is always open is the night sky — and stargazing in June is another one for the books.  This month features local astrophotography from Arkansan Tony Milligan. You can find more of…

Do I Need A Lawyer?

By Dustin Jayroe   Often, we hear the boisterous phrase, “You’ll be hearing from my lawyer,” in some way, shape or form in movies or on television. However the phrase is delivered, the trope serves as what purports to be the supreme comeback for alleged wrongdoing; although, the fact that it is usually an antagonist…

Back on the Menu

By Dustin Jayroe  Photos By Jamison Mosley   Katherine Eldridge sneaks away from the hustle and bustle of Doe’s Eat Place for a few moments of solitude. A restful sigh escapes her breath, shortly followed by a happier chuckle than she might have had for weeks. “We have about 15 different projects going on,” Eldridge…