Fayetteville’s Top Blogs: Your Digital Neighborhood (2008)Archived — By Christopher Spencer on July 17, 2009 at 12:37 am
(Author’s Note: This article first appeared in the Fayetteville Free Weekly on July 24, 2008. It originally appeared without my byline because of concerns it might reflect on my role as Washington County reporter. I’m reprinting it here so it can be part of the Ozarks Unbound archive.)
Great nature photography and local political commentary together at last. Aubunique is quite unique and prolific.
Were did you go? We miss you. Line by line deconstruction of the Free Weekly’s Tony Macklin movie reviews were a bittersweet treat. You stopped updating for awhile, then promised to be back, then disappeared again. We have trust issues now.
It’s not the kind of crime that makes you want to move away. It’s the kind of crime that makes you wonder about your neighbors’ intelligence and sanity.
An intimate blog with some great photography. Sarah’s documentarian eye and insight shine throughout. You have to go to the first post to uncover the meaning behind the name.
Light on images, but heavy on good writing and local political insight. Richard Drake’s blog keeps Northwest Arkansas informed.
Valerie’s musings about her life, her cat Tigger and “Superman” Mayor Dan Coody’s announcement he is running again are worth a look.
Five Questions with the Fayetteville Flyer
The many voices (We think seven) inside the head of 140-year-old Jonah Tebbett’s agreed to an interview. Here are the unedited sounds we captured when they spoke in unison.
- The Iconoclast: Behind the Cowbird Curtain | CF at 12:41 pm on October 25, 2009
- Hey, Knight News Foundation can you spare $200,000 – NewsBloom.org: An Open Sources Newsroom at 1:21 pm on December 7, 2009
- The state of Arkansas’s hyperlocals, including Ozarks Unbound at 11:28 am on November 29, 2010
- WAC offers a Broadway season pass to one lucky blogger | CF at 12:59 pm on March 24, 2010
- New GOP Site Changing the Game at 8:21 am on October 15, 2009
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