Who reads the CITIZEN?

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Who reads the Citizen? Greg Brady reads the Citizen! Barry Williams, who played oldest son Greg Brady in the classic TV show "The Brady Bunch," visited Eureka last week and acted as Grand Marshal in the Christmas parade. Williams now appears in his own show in Branson. But where's Marsha?

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  • has been. who cares?

    -- Posted by rockpilefarmer on Thu, Dec 6, 2012, at 7:07 PM
  • Gee, hope that isn't on your headstone, rockpilefarmer. I think it is wonderful when one keeps going. There is an audience for Mr. Williams, I am sure, in Branson. Be a little charitable. Did you ever star on an iconic tv show? I thought not.

    -- Posted by penny sullivan on Fri, Dec 7, 2012, at 8:03 PM
  • I thinks it's so nice that Barry Williams came to Eureka Springs. Why someone has to be so negative and post rude comments about him amazes me. I grew up watching The Brady Bunch like many other people. So what if he's not as popular as he was in the early 70's...... At least he is still out there doing what he likes, earning a living, contributing to society, and he still has fans who enjoy seeing him. We all get older and move on and transition to different phases of our lives. That doesn't mean we area a "has been" as one person commented. Hats off to the chamber of commerce and Arvest!

    -- Posted by Hudson4629 on Sat, Dec 8, 2012, at 11:01 AM
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