June 20-26, 2016

I Swear

As I was singing those words in the back of an ambulance in 2002, a sinister inner voice whispered, “You fool! You could be dying and you’re singing a silly song?!”


One afternoon earlier this week, I had to be at the airport two towns away to pick up the poet Open Mouth Reading Series featured this month (Emma Bolden–she’s amazing, check her out!).

The Critic's Corner

“That’s as close to hell as I ever want to be,” says Lorraine Warren after having a terrifying vision involving a nun with sunken eyes, a gaping red mouth, and far too many teeth.

The Practical Lawyer

It is an established fact that a good credit report is important for those of us who don’t have thousands of dollars lying around to plop down on houses, cars and other major purchases.

Natural State Snapshot

This past week, I visited a place that I had never been to before, and it was just beautiful! Cane Creek State Park offers two of Arkansas’s distinct natural settings in one visit.

Kay’s Cooking Corner

I visit Starbucks probably more than I should. However, I have loved coffee for as far back as I can remember.

Are we there yet?

I saw the following recently in, “The Week,” in their section, “I read it in the tabloids.”

Insurance Insights

AID’s Criminal Investigation Division continues to do good work in combating the use of fake insurance cards by those attempting to get their car tags.

Jack Nelson Jones Professional Association

Bates v. State, 2016 Ark. App. 326 (June 8, 2016)

YPN supports Habitat for Humanity

On June 7 at Cache Restaurant in Little Rock, the Central Arkansas Chapter of the Young Professional’s Network met for one of their regular Happy Hour’s and presented a check to Habitat For Humanity.

UALR’S Chancellor Anderson leaves legacy of education and leadership

Chancellor Joel Anderson has called UALR his home for over forty years.