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  • Peaceful observance

    Hundreds of people turned out at the Capitol on Monday for a vigil sponsored by the Arkansas Black Legislative Caucus as a response to the verdict in the Trayvon Martin case.
    • Jul 18, 2013
  • Semi-pro

    Arkansas Xtra's Eli Nelson sheds a tackle Saturday during the semi-professional Elite League championship game at J.A. Fair. Austin topped Arkansas 42-26.
    • Jun 13, 2013
  • Where in Arkansas? for June

    Know where this slice of life in Arkansas is? Send along the answer to Times photographer Brian Chilson and win a prize. Once a month in this space, we'll post a shot from a relatively obscure spot in Arkansas for Times readers to identify. We also invite photographers to contribute submissions of both mystery and other pictures to our eyeonarkansas Flickr group. Write to brianchilson@arktimes.com to guess this week's photo or for more information. Last month's winner was John Herzog who correctly guessed the photo was of bird houses behind the Clinton Museum Center in Riverfront Park.
    • Jun 6, 2013
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More by Brian Chilson

  • The 'Doors'

    Carolyne Adkins of southeast Arkansas walks away after viewing V.L. Cox's art installation "Doors" on the steps of the state Capitol Tuesday, March 24.
    • Mar 26, 2015
  • More football

    Little Rock's own semipro spring football team the Arkansas Xtra kicked off its 2015 season with a 29-0 victory over the Shreveport Shock at Central High's Quigley Stadium, Saturday, Feb. 7.
    • Feb 12, 2015
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Most Shared

  • Cotton speech draws protest

    Protesters greeted Tom Cotton today at an event held by the Foreign Policy Initiative, the neocon think tank founded by Cotton cheerleaders Bill Kristol and Robert Kagan, called (of course) "Will Congress provide for the Common Defense? National Security priorities in an increasingly dangerous world."
  • Mike Preston of Florida tapped as next director of Arkansas Economic Development Commission

    Mike Preston, vice president for Government Relations with Enterprise Florida, is Gov. Asa Hutchinson's choice as the next director of the Arkansas Economic Development Commission, reports Roby Brock at Talk Business. Preston will be tasked with doling out millions in corporate welfare to bring in and retain businesses in the state. Hutchinson decided not to keep Grant Tennille, who served in the role under Gov. Mike Beebe, on the job.
  • Anti-gay legislation prompts Human Rights Campaign to run ad in Silicon Valley newspaper

    At a press conference today, Chad Griffin, Arkansas native and president of the Human Rights Campaign, the country's largest LGBT advocacy group, announced that his organization will run a full-page ad (see below) in the San Jose Mercury News, Silicon Valley's largest paper, suggesting that Arkansas is closed for business due to HB 1228, the discriminatory, anti-gay measure making its way through the legislature. It could be up for consideration by the Senate today.
  • In wake of Harris rehoming revelations, broader review of child welfare system begins

    This morning, I spoke with Paul Vincent, the child welfare expert Gov. Asa Hutchinson has selected to conduct a review of the foster care and adoption system at the state Department of Human Services.
  • Lindsey's Resort on Little Red River to close after 50 years

    A note on the website of Lindsey's Resort, the popular trout-fishing destination on the Little Red River at Heber Springs, says the resort will be forced to close due to a bank foreclosure.

Latest in Eye on Arkansas

  • The 'Doors'

    Carolyne Adkins of southeast Arkansas walks away after viewing V.L. Cox's art installation "Doors" on the steps of the state Capitol Tuesday, March 24.
    • Mar 26, 2015
  • Mockingbird

    Photo by Paul Barrows from our Eye On Arkansas Flickr group.
    • Mar 17, 2015
  • Whirr

    More than 50 high school teams from the U.S. and Canada participated in the finals of the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) robotics regional competition held Saturday, March 7, at Barton Coliseum.
    • Mar 10, 2015
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  • Five reasons why an LGBT protection ordinance is a good thing for Little Rock

    The Little Rock Board of Directors will soon consider an ordinance to extend protections to our LGBT neighbors. Why it matters.
  • Capital area houses safe

    Neighbor to renovate Third Street manse; cottages get demolition reprieve.
  • Hard to watch the ledge

    Also, Justin Harris reemerges to tweet about the wicked and the Lord, a bad bill falls in the General Assembly and the court battle over the Little Rock School District is put on hold.
  • A Harvard man

    Like Tom Cotton, I have served in a war. I have four medals, none terribly important, to show for it. Perhaps he has more.
  • The 'Doors'

    Carolyne Adkins of southeast Arkansas walks away after viewing V.L. Cox's art installation "Doors" on the steps of the state Capitol Tuesday, March 24.

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