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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…

Coming Together

By Lauren McLemore, Madeline Burke and Dustin Jayroe   Amid a pandemic, Arkansans persist.   The last time the world stopped was on Sept. 11, 2001. A fateful day of terror that no American will ever forget. But it would be easy to argue that the past two months have been worse in a lot…

Through the Lens of A Photographer: Seeing Social Distancing From A Different View

Photographers are implementing unique ways to chronicle the long days of social distancing through a term new to most of us, “porch photography.” Using telephoto lenses and creativity, photographers are serving the community and giving people and their families a break from the routine of doing nothing. Ashley Murphy, a photographer with an art gallery…

Coronavirus: Morris Crown Creations, AY About You Team Up to Provide Relief

Over the past few weeks, COVID-19 has been spreading rapidly across the country and here at home in Arkansas. To combat the virus through isolation, local and federal leadership have enacted significant social distancing measures in an effort to flatten the curve of the pandemic’s outbreak and save lives.    But these precautionary measures have…