November 23-29, 2015

Natural State Snapshots

“Morning has Broken” This is a picture of the covered bridge in Burns Park, located in North Little Rock.

I Swear

Last week we noted that American poet Ezra Pound wrote a historical two-line poem in 1913.

Do It Yourself

Although we are just now celebrating Thanksgiving, decorating for the winter holidays was in full swing this weekend at my humble abode.


The art of translation is, I’ll admit, something I had almost never thought about before joining the MFA program at the University of Arkansas.

A Day in the Life

Sports are a big deal, I’m told.

The Critic's Corner

When I was a boy, reading the comics in the Toledo Blade was an important part of my day.

Kay’s Cooking Corner

I hardly ever dream, and when I do, I hardly ever remember them.

Are We There Yet?

Remembering 1963.

Proud colors for PCBA veterans

During the annual Veteran’s Day Celebration of the Pulaski County Bar Association, the Catholic High School Color Guard began the ceremony with the presentation of the nations flag.

The Practical Lawyer

For some reason, it seems there are people out there who don’t truly appreciate the fact that there’s nothing terribly different about a real estate contract.

Jack Nelson Jones Professional Association

Akers v. Butler, 2015 Ark. App. 650 (Nov. 12, 2015)

View from the Cheap Seats

By my count, I am approaching my 50th Thanksgiving.

UALR coach reunites with players, announces scholarship

There’s no “I” in team, and at a recent breakfast at the Bailey Center on Thursday Nov. 5, the bond between a team that once called UALR home was as strong as ever.

New LRRA president sworn in

Dana Parent (left) administers the oath of office to 2016 Little Rock Realtors Association President Kathe Sumbles during the LRRA General Membership Meeting at Chenal Country Club on Nov. 5.

Veteran recalls anxious times in Iraq

Perhaps the best way to get a true feel for what it’s like to serve your country in the military is to listen to a veteran tell stories of their own experiences.