Little Rock's Equity Broadcasting will soon launch the state's first all Spanish-language local newscast. The show will appear at 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. on Little Rock station KLRA and Fort Smith/Fayetteville's KXUN.
Mr. C. was asked during the current book hoohah what he'd do different if he had it to do over. His answer was typically prolix and circumlocutary, and I'll exercise some editorial license here to compress it: He said there's plenty he'd change.
In the last few days, the newspapers have been busy writing about Bill Clinton and his book, "My Life." Barnes & Noble and Borders, the nation's biggest book sellers, say that 400,000 were sold the first day, breaking all records for a nonfiction book.
While Little Rock's outdoor summer concert season lineup is paltry for a number of reasons - the Parks Department's revised renting setup at Riverfest Amphitheatre being a large hurdle for promoters unfamiliar with this region -summer tours and venues seem to be suffering all over the United States.
It's clear that football — at all levels, but particularly at the major college level —is nearing a breaking point as a sport. It is a test not unlike that which it faced just over a century ago but, this time, it's unclear that the sport can emerge from the crisis.
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.