May 23-29, 2016

I Swear

It is reported that yet another memorable and popular former NFLer, this one a quarterback, suffered from chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, or simply the concussion disease.


On Sept. 24 of this year, the Smithsonian Institution in Washington D. C. will open its 19th museum: the National Museum of African American History and Culture.

Insurance Insights

Last week, members of my staff travelled to Washington as part of a fly-in for the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.

The Critic's Corner

“Money Monster” is an attempt by director Jodie Foster to make an entertaining, issue-driven movie about corruption in the American financial system.

The Practical Lawyer

For some reason, I’ve got quite a few divorce cases running right now.

Kay’s Cooking Corner

I received a magazine offer from Nutrition Action. Being a food editor, I’m always receiving mail from various food magazines, and emails about new restaurants, cookware, food, etc.

Are we there yet?

Continued from last week’s column, as my brothers and I wandered the aisles of Ben Franklin’s in Park Hill, during the late 60’s.

Natural State Snapshots

Albert Pike is known for the flood that killed 18 people, but it is full of beauty waiting to be explored.

Jack Nelson Jones Professional Association

Jordan v. State, 2016 Ark. App. 255 (May 11, 2016)

View from the Cheap Seats

People are graduating all over the place. It is that time of year. Last week I went to Fayetteville and watched my first born graduate from the business school. He graduated in the required four years.

FCBOR hosts monthly meeting

Faulkner County Board of Realtors member Denis Wigley talks about the bowl-a-thon benefiting the Special Olympics of Arkansas.

UALR honors Chancellor Anderson at roast and toast

The UALR community of faculty, staff, friends and more gathered at the Jack Stephens Center on Thursday, May 6 to honor Joel Anderson.