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Publications in Pulaski County guide 

All that's fit to print in Pulaski County.

Who says print is dead? If you want to read about it, there's probably a publication in Central Arkansas for you.

Editor's note: in order to save space, we've purposely left out free publications tailored specifically to shoppers.

AY

Monthly in-depth articles about culture, lifestyle and entertainment.

244-9700

aymag.com

Arkansas Business

Weekly business newspaper.

372-1443

arkansasbusiness.com

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Statewide daily newspaper.

378-3400

arkansasonline.com

Arkansas Life

Monthly society/lifestyle magazine, published by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

378-3456

arkansaslife.com

Arkansas Times

Weekly newspaper focusing on politics and culture.

375-2985

arktimes.com

Arkansas Wild

Quarterly outdoors magazine.

375-2985

facebook.com/ArkansasWild

At Home in Arkansas

Monthly home decor magazine.

666-5510

athomearkansas.com

Daily Record

Real estate and legal news.

374-5103

dailyrecord.us

El Latino

Weekly Spanish-language newspaper.

375-2985

ellatinoarkansas.com

Hola! Arkansas

Bi-weekly bi-lingual Latino newspaper.

771-5007

hola-arkansas.com

Inviting Arkansas

Monthly society magazine.

219-1000

invitingarkansas.com

Jacksonville Patriot

Weekly newspaper in Jacksonville and North Pulaski County.

982-6506

jacksonvillepatriot.com

The Leader

Twice-weekly newspaper

published Wed. and Sat., focused on North Pulaski, Lonoke and White Counties.

982-9421

arkansasleader.com

Little Rock Family

Monthly family and parenting magazine.

372-1443

littlerockfamily.com

Mature Arkansas

Weekly tabloid focused on people over 50.

375-2985

Maumelle Monitor

Weekly newspaper.

851-6220

maumellemonitor.com

Nightflying

Monthly music-scene magazine.

354-8577

nightflying.com

North Little Rock Times

Weekly newspaper.

758-2571

nlrtimes.com

The Oxford American

National, quarterly magazine of Southern culture and writing.

320-5730

oxfordamerican.org

Savvy Kids

Monthly children's magazine.

375-2985

savvykidsofarkansas.com

The Sherwood Voice

Weekly newspaper.

370-8321

sherwoodvoice.com

Soiree

Monthly society magazine.

372-1443

littlerocksoiree.com

STAND! News

Quarterly newspaper; African-American focus

888-782-8974

stand-news.com

Sync

Weekly newspaper; culture and music.

378-3532

sync.arkansasonline.com

UALR Forum

Campus newspaper of the University

of Arkansas at Little Rock

569-3265

ualr.edu/forum

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