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Preserve Arkansas announces 2019 list of Arkansas’s Most Endangered Places

Preserve Arkansas’s 2019 Most Endangered Places list includes a Rosenwald School, rural churches that are the linchpins of their respective communities, commercial buildings with ties to Arkansas’s Jewish and Chinese merchants, one of the state’s last motion picture palaces, and the home of a well-known African American attorney and civic leader.

July 15-21, 2019

Excercise your brain – meet Peak Performance Neurofeedback of Arkansas

The digital age puts the human brain in a constant world of noise – from never-ending news cycles, to ever-changing technology and developments – it’s hard for the brain to keep up.

Local U.S. Army Corps of Engineers hosts Change of Command ceremony

On July 9, 2019, the Army Corps Engineers’ Little Rock District held a Change of Command Ceremony at 10 a.m. in the Witt Stephens Jr. Central Arkansas Nature Center.

North Pulaski Board of Realtors names 2019 ‘Realtor of the Year’

Michael Dietz, Doug Wilkinson Realty, Jacksonville, has been named 2019 Realtor of the Year by the North Pulaski Board of Realtors (NPBOR).

Individuals with disabilities sell their produce

Clients with intellectual and developmental disabilities from the Department of Human Services (DHS) five Human Development Centers (HDC) took part in the first-ever Blue Umbrella Farmer’s Market on June 28, 2019

Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg to speak at UA Little Rock

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, will speak at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 3. 

Something To Chew On

I’m not a gym rat by any means. But I do find myself in the gym more often than not, these days, as my Mom and I have signed up to do some kind of bootcamp thingy. 

Adulting, No Thanks

 My current obsession at the moment is HBO’s “Sex and the City” – a TV show about how a columnist, Carrie Bradshaw and her three girlfriends explore Mahattan’s night life whilst being working class women. 

The Critic's Corner

In “Midsommar,” writer and director Ari Aster trades the smothering darkness of “Hereditary” for the sun-dappled fields of a remote Swedish commune without sacrificing any of the disquieting horror that marked his previous film.

Dave Says ...

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