February 12-18, 2018

Natural State Snapshot

When the sun is coming up over the Arkansas River Valley, Stout’s Point atop Petit Jean Mountain never fails to give you a gorgeous view of the event.

The Critic’s Corner

There’s a brief scene in “The Shape of Water,” a fantasy drama from filmmaker Guillermo del Toro, that has the potential to turn viewers off for good. I’m not going to describe it because you’d snort and turn the page, vowing to never see the film

UA Little Rock alumna endows scholarship for students completing unpaid internships

A University of Arkansas at Little Rock alumna and her husband have endowed a scholarship that will provide funding for undergraduate students who participate in unpaid internships.

Something To Chew On

“Eyeballs, up!”

Real Possibilities

The tradition of paying tribute to black history began in the United States in 1926 when historian Carter G. Woodson and the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History launched a weeklong event intended to encourage teaching black history in the public schools.

Jack Nelson Jones Professional Association

Toney v. Burgess, 2018 Ark. App. 54 (January 31, 2018)

Meet the Thea Foundation: Advocating for Arts Education across Arkansas

“The arts are not typically valued in education,” says Paul Leopoulos, executive director of the Thea Foundation, an Argenta-based nonprofit. “And so, their real power is not on display and in practice in most of our schools.”

Mitchell Williams member Ben Jackson joins International Association of Defense Counsel

Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, P.L.L.C. Member Benjamin D. Jackson has accepted membership to the International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC), an invitation-only organization of corporate and insurance defense attorneys and insurance executives.

Dave Says ...

Quit job for school?; Pre-planning explained