Central Arkansas Library Director Bobby Roberts, hotel developer John McKibbon and architects huddled Tuesday to see if a compromise could be reached on the design of the 7-story aloft hotel McKibbon wants to build in the River Market adjacent to library
In the Bush Legacy Museum on Wheels, a visitor can push buttons on a touch panel and learn how much money his state has paid for the war in Iraq, and what that money could have been used for otherwise.
It was a GOOD week for … HYSTERIA. Arkansas motorists reacted worse than most in the U.S. at news of rising gasoline prices due to refinery closures forced by Hurricane Ike. They swarmed gas stations to save a few pennies, prompting some temporary shortag
The speech of the year, maybe of the decade, was beyond doubt the one written by Matthew Scully, the avenging wordsmith for George W. Bush, Dick Cheney and Dan Quayle, and recited marvelously at the Republican National Convention by Sarah Palin.
John Paul Keith and the One-Four-Fives, Mosiac Templars Cultural Center Grand Opening, 'Opening Night with Firebird,' Pop! in the Park, American Classics Festival, 'Pop Doo Wop,' Leon Russell, Secondhand Serenade and 'The Pajama Gang' are among this week'
It's an important day for efforts to end the ban on same-sex marriage in Arkansas. A lawsuit filed in Pulaski County Circuit Court by Searcy lawyer Cheryl Maples on behalf of a number of gay and lesbian couples seeking to strike down Arkansas's ban on same-sex marriage is before Judge Chris Piazza this afternoon.
Growing up for any kid is hard, but there is often a special kind of hell for those growing up gay or lesbian in Arkansas. This is the Bible Belt. We're slow to change, and for all our Southern politeness, the prejudices of older folks tend to percolate through the generational strata whether we want them or not.
University of Arkansas officials celebrated a Fayetteville prosecutor's determination that there wasn't sufficient evidence to bringing criminal charges related to the monumental fiasco in the UA's advancement division.
Juanita's, the venerable Tex-Mex restaurant and music venue, is leaving the South Main Street location it's called home since 1986 for the River Market and the former home of Bill St., 614 President Clinton Ave.
Over the past three years, his Rogers Photo Archive in North Little Rock has been on a buying spree, purchasing the vast photo morgues of 11 great (and greatly cash-strapped) American newspapers, including the Chicago Sun-Times, The Denver Post, the Boston Herald and The Detroit News.