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Arkansas Repertory Theatre

The Rep looks to re-emerge in 2019

For the many people involved in the production of a play, from playwrights to box office staff, from directors to ushers, the phrase, “going dark” can be an unwelcome one.

The building at 417-419 Main Street in Argenta is now at full capacity.

August 13-19, 2018

Natural State Snapshot

Cruising down Highway 23 near Witter, Arkansas, you come up on a sight that just makes. you. stop. and. wonder.

Cycling in the Rock: It’s OK to coast

While riding my bike on an unseasonably cool July evening, I happened upon a newly-constructed bicycle and pedestrian bridge spanning the railroad tracks that run perpendicular to Cantrell Road near downtown.

The Rep looks to re-emerge in 2019

For the many people involved in the production of a play, from playwrights to box office staff, from directors to ushers, the phrase, “going dark” can be an unwelcome one.

New businesses open in recently purchased building in Argenta

Newmark Moses Tucker Partners announced in late July the sale and lease of three spaces at 417-419 Main Street, an 8,550 square foot building in North Little Rock’s Argenta Arts and Innovation District.

Arkansas Rep Board announces officers, new members for 2018-2019

The Arkansas Repertory Theatre has announced its 2018-2019 slate of officers and named seven new members to the board of directors to the state’s largest, nonprofit professional theatre.

Reach 13,000 Campaign kicks off with dodgeball tournament

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is beginning its annual Reach 13,000 Food Drive with a dodgeball tournament on Friday, Aug. 24.

Real Possibilities

The immune system declines by about 2-3 percent a year from one’s 20s, which is why older people are more susceptible to infections, conditions like rheumatoid arthritis and, potentially, cancer.

Something To Chew On

Perched at the high top lined window at Nexus Coffee & Creative on a Tuesday afternoon, I sit, iced black tea in hand. I’m people watching.

The Critic’s Corner

In “Mission: Impossible – Fallout,” Tom Cruise does an excellent impression of an impervious superhero.

Dave Says ...

A burden to help?; Separate emergency fund?