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June 24-30, 2019

Old State House building exhibit on history of Arkansas Supreme Court

The oldest standing state capitol building west of the Mississippi River – Arkansas’s Old State House, is located in downtown Little Rock. The building has stood the test of time since the early 1830s, and now operates as a museum.

Bob’s Grill: Diner for the decades

Bob’s Grill has been a Conway treasure for several decades.

iRealty Arkansas: Meet the experts enhancing your homebuying experience

What started as a small nest of Realtors has now grown into what we know as iRealty Arkansas.

Heath shares love of astronomy with central Arkansas

Last month, many scientists were saddened by the ending of the television program, “The Big Bang Theory,” which popularized physics, astronomy, and other scientific topics that often seemed out of reach to people. 

Jack Nelson Jones Professional Association

Locke v. Patrick Sinclair, State Farm Life Insurance Company, and Amy Locke, Jointly and Severally, 2019 Ark. App. 329 (June 5, 2019)

Are We There Yet?

Fred called me a few days before the CWS began in Omaha and asked me if someone offered me a ticket to the upcoming weekend games and a place to stay, if I would go. “To watch baseball?” I asked him. “No thanks.”

The Critic's Corner

"Men in Black: International” caps three weeks of big budget duds from major movie studios.

Dave Says ...

Helping is often more than just giving