Birding in Arkansas Home | Contact Us Listen to More Arkansas Delta Musicians ADB Home ADB Members Board of Directors Meetings Member News Board of Directors 2013-14 Board of Directors Marcel Hanzlik, President JoAnne Bush, VP, Southern Region Gretchen Sacotnik, VP, Northern Region Kim Williams, VP, Central Region Ruth Hawkins, Executive Director Marla Crider, Advisor Paula Miles, Ex. Secretary/Treasurer Arkansas County: Christy Murphy, Gillett Renee Robison, Stuttgart Vacant Chicot County: JoAnne Bush, Lake Village Ocie Hunter, Lake Village Jimmy Parkerson, Dermott Clay County: Ellen Dalton, Piggott Barbara Harmon, Piggott Adam Long, Piggott Craighead County: Marti Allen, Jonesboro Richard Hartness, Jonesboro Henry … Continue reading Birding in Arkansas

Beck – Heart Is A Drum

Originally posted on The Music Brewery:
After a six year hiatus American folk-rocker Beck is back with another collection of superb tracks. The latest single ‘Heart Is A Drum’ from his comeback album ‘Morning Phase’ was released only yesterday and showcases a totally new side to Beck’s musical style no one has ever heard before. Being a fan of Beck’s earlier albums  like  ‘Odelay’, ‘Sea Change’ and ‘Guero’ I am used to a more busy, eccentric and livelier type of song from the L.A. born rockstar. If ‘Heart Is A Drum’ is anything to go by his new album is… Continue reading Beck – Heart Is A Drum

Uber and Lyft’s public spat continues

Originally posted on Gigaom:
Uber and Lyft are at each other’s throats. After the CNN report yesterday that Uber employees had ordered and canceled more than 5,000 Lyft rides, Uber released a statement to The New York Times saying Lyft employees had done the same to Uber drivers 12,900 times. It didn’t explain how it reached that number. Uber did, however, claim that Lyft’s investors are upset that Uber won’t acquire it. One of those investors, Andreessen Horowitz’s Scott Weiss, refuted and told The New York Times, “There’s never been a conversation to say, ‘Let’s go pressure Uber to buy Lyft,’ to… Continue reading Uber and Lyft’s public spat continues