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Jesse Perez shifts in his seat and inspects the work before him carefully. The artist, one-half of Love Spell Tattoo, studies the inside of the patron’s forearm he’s inking.
Baptist Health officially dedicated its new Baptist Health Medical Office Building on Monday, Jan. 13, in North Little Rock.
The idea of writing a book and publishing it seems simple enough, but believe it or not, the world of publishing can be brutal.
The 17 University of Arkansas at Little Rock students who traveled abroad to Morocco returned with lifelong friendships, cultural and leadership experience, and memories that will last a lifetime.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson and a host of local and state dignitaries unveiled one of the first significant Opportunity Zone projects in central Arkansas with the official launch of the Esplanade District, a $20 million, 41-acre mixed-use neighborhood development in North Little Rock scheduled for opening in early 2021.
As Arkansas prepares to enter a new year and decade, the Natural State’s resident count has grown enough in the past ten years to populate another city second only in size to Little Rock and surpass the historic three million level.
In April of this year a two-year old pending inquiry was opened in Great Britain.
While growing up as a deaf child in an adopted family with hearing parents, Brandy Mimms felt conflicted about whether she belonged in the hearing world or the deaf world.
It’s that time of year again … the time in which we make resolutions, set goals and drop old habits to embrace new ones.
For several years, researchers have focused on the prevalence of greenhouse gases in the Earth’s atmosphere.
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