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Balancing the scales of justice is no easy feat, especially when one considers the tangled webs caused by the simplest of issues.
- Indian Removal was not a new idea when Congress passed the Indian Removal Act up to President Andrew Jackson in 1830.
- Almost a century ago, in fall of 1919, one of the greatest tragedies in the history of America took place in eastern Arkansas near the small community of Elaine.
- Wilson & Associates is excited to announce the opening of their Immigration Department, which will be led by Kathleen McDonald.
- Karla K. Runner– known as the Lash Queen to all of her clients – is a beauty industry veteran of 35 years and doesn’t plan to stop anytime soon.
- Although not a Little Rock native, Erin O’Leary has found her niche in the big-little city she now calls home.
- Little Rockers may have heard about Made by Few (MxF) over the past five or six years, but might not know what the event signifies. Is it a maker’s fair? A designer’s conference?
- With all the legends, tall tales, and ghost stories found in Arkansas, it might as well be called the Supernatural State.
- Nestled back off Markham across the street from the sprawling campus of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS), sits a quiet, almost unnoticeable building that looks not unlike a miniature hotel.
- Recently I was enjoying dinner with family at the newly relocated Ira’s on Main Street in downtown Little Rock.