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From the Archives

  • C'mon strike

    A child prepares to bowl during a frame of mini bowling at Playtime Pizza in Little Rock.
    • Jun 20, 2013
  • Bloodsuckers

    Shelby Brewer spotted this mosquito crossing sign near a creek in Keo.
    • Jul 25, 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
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More by Brian Chilson

  • Summer color

    Newly planted wildflowers in front of the state Capitol.
    • Jul 30, 2014
  • Relaxing in Hot Springs

    John Puckett, the Arlington Hotel's piano player has a seat before his Sunday brunch performance.
    • Jul 10, 2014
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Most Shared

  • Michelle Duggar and the Family Council try to torpedo Fayetteville non-discrimination ordinance with lies

    The Arkansas Family Council has enlisted Michelle Duggar to oppose a Fayetteville non-discrimination ordinance with a fear-mongering robocall.
  • Train derailment in Hoxie kills 2; homes evacuated

    Two people were killed with two trains collided near Hwy. 67 early this morning, and State Police are evacuating residents of the southern end of the city while the trains burn. U.S. 67 south of Hoxie and U.S. 63 are closed. The trains were carrying hazardous chemicals.
  • Minimum wage group turns in nearly 70,000 additional signatures

    Give Arkansas a Raise Now, the group seeking to qualify a ballot measure to raise the state minimum wage from $6.25 to $8.50 an hour by 2017, turned in an additional 69,070 signatures to the Arkansas Secretary of State's office today.
  • American Bridge releases report on Koch brothers' environmental impacts and layoffs

    American Bridge, the liberal PAC formed by David Brock, the former Clinton foe now dedicated to round-the-clock Hillary Clinton defender, is out today with a new report on environmental impacts and layoffs from Koch Industries. The report focuses on the business activities of the Koch brothers — more famous for hundreds of millions in political spending aimed at slashing government services, regulation and taxes — in twelve states, including Arkansas. From the report: "The Kochs' extreme, self-serving agenda is bad for working families. And that reality is starkly embodied not only by their political persuasions, but by their business endeavors."
  • And then I ... read about a tour of sculpture installations by Barbara Satterfield

    Ceramicist Barbara Satterfield, one of the Arkansas Times' "Visionaries" in 2013, has announced the creation of a touring, interactive sculpture exhibit that will be installed in public places in Helena, Heber Springs, Dardanelle and Warren before the final exhibition at the Cox Creative Center.

Latest in Eye on Arkansas

  • Singing works just fine for me

    James Taylor at Verizon Arena last Friday.
    • Aug 14, 2014
  • Sunset

    On the Broadway Bridge, scheduled for replacement next year. Photo by Paul Barrows. From the Eye On Arkansas Flickr page.
    • Aug 7, 2014
  • Summer color

    Newly planted wildflowers in front of the state Capitol.
    • Jul 30, 2014
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