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The Arkansas Art Center has played host to the Annual Delta Exhibition for six decades.
RPM Group/Corfac International, a leading full-service real estate brokerage specializing in commercial sales and leasing sold a multifamily property located in downtown Little Rock, Ark., for $850,000, in early June.
A large ping pong table is the first thing visible when entering Desk Agent Inc, a small company focused on web design, application building, and marketing.
The Business Innovations Legal Clinic at UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law has concluded its inaugural year.
From lawns and gardens to pets and even residents, “parched” can perfectly describe the effects of brutal Arkansas summers.
Friday, Eldredge & Clark Attorney Byron M. Eiseman Jr. is retiring as an adjunct professor of tax law with the UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law after 50 years of service.
In January of 1931, a man named Jack Worls sat in a DeWitt, Ark. courtroom, waiting for the verdict that was only moments away, a decision that would tell his fate.
Life has a way of coming full circle, and no one knows that better that UA Little Rock’s Michael Johnson.
South of the Thames River with a central yard open to the sky, the Globe Theatre gained fame after William Shakespeare exhibited his plays there.
In 1997, Cheryl Potter looked around at the running clubs in Arkansas and one thing became very clear to her; while the state had a strong running community, there wasn’t a lot out there for women who were just beginning their journey in the sport.
Natural State Snapshots
February 20-26, 2017
By Bobby Burton
From my visit to Mirror Lake Dam Falls at Blanchard Springs Caverns.