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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…