December 11-17, 2017

Support local at the Speakeasy Pop-Up Holiday Market

For a small city, Little Rock is brimming with artists and makers, as well numerous events that have that cooler, “big city” vibe.

Natural State Snapshot

A pair of Canadian Geese tour the pond at MacArthur park on a frigid December morning.

Real Possibilities

There are more than 600 clinics around the country that offer stem cell treatments for a range of serious diseases and ailments, such as spinal cord injury, stroke, Parkinson’s disease, ALS and Alzheimer’s.

Dave Says ...

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The Critic’s Corner

You can’t live with some people but you wouldn’t want to live without them.

Are We There Yet?

When I need something around the house or at work, almost anything really, I begin my search at the little hardware store near the Heights known as Kraftco, because even if they don’t have what I’m looking for, which isn’t often, it’s always a treat to go.

Jack Nelson Jones Professional Association

Barnett v. Cleghorn, 2017 Ark. App. 641 (November 29, 2017)

Little Rock’s Kraftco closes in on seven decades

There are plenty of advantages to living in a small town, not the least of which is heading out on a Saturday morning to your favorite store on the town square and running into friends and familiar faces.

$1.1 million donation to UA Little Rock Bowen Law School will create a wider pathway for future lawyers

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law has received more than $1 million that will create a more affordable pathway to a law degree for Pulaski County residents and future law students who want to practice law in the county.