On Monday, May 11, the Telecomm Board’s Internet Subcommittee will hold a meeting at the PEG Center (101 W. Rock) at noon, to discuss Internet policy, including recent suggestions put forward by alderman Matthew Petty. This will be an excellent chance for all - including Petty, who has been informed of the meeting - to fully explore the matter.
Kudos to the Telecomm Board for taking the bull by the horns and tackling this matter.
Quote of the Day
When the curtain rises, the only thing that speaks is courage. - Maria Callas
Greg Leding throws his hat in the ring
Word has come that Greg Leding intends to run to represent District 92 in the Arkansas
House of Representatives. He says that his top priorities are education, equal rights, the environment, and the economy.
Leding’s campaign will hold an official announcement event at the Fayetteville Farmer’s Market on June 6.
Springdale: World’s Creepiest Breakfast?
A friend of mine was in Springdale Saturday morning, at one of those restaurants that offer buffets - something for everyone! - when a customer came in and decided to order off the menu, possibly not wishing to take a chance on how long food may have been out in in the middle of the room.
Fair enough. What the customer didn’t see, but my friend did, was this:
Several of the items he requested, including bacon, were simply plucked from the buffet table and put on his plate.
That’s just gross, on so many different levels.