• A mural to move Little Rock forward

    A mural to move Little Rock forward

    December 27, 2018
    Restored Joe Jones painting centerpiece of new UA Little Rock Downtown. /more/
  • Kathy Webb wants to talk about the ‘good things’ happening in Little Rock

    January 15, 2019
    As Kathy Webb enters her fifth year as Ward 3 city director her priorities include improving public safety; working to reduce poverty, hunger and homelessness; and making Little Rock a more sustainable city. One of Webb’s greatest concerns is the way in which the public image of the Little Rock School District impacts its students and teachers. /more/

    Of Freud and foolishness

    January 15, 2019
    I’ve been suspicious of psychologists bearing theories ever since my graduate school "Eureka!" about Freud and Dostoyevsky. /more/



    Gene Lyons

    Of Freud and foolishness

    I’ve been suspicious of psychologists bearing theories ever since my graduate school "Eureka!" about Freud and Dostoyevsky. /more/

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    Wednesday: Headlines and the open line

    Wednesday: The video roundup of news and comment and this is the open line.

    Judge rejects Arkansas Times suit on Israel boycott law

    Federal Judge Brian Miller has dismissed the ACLU-backed case by the Arkansas Times challenging the state law that penalizes those that want to do business with the state unless they sign a pledge not to participate in a boycott against Israel.

    Republican women announce legislative agenda UPDATE

    Republican women in the legislature announced a package of legislation today. My attention was caught by a potential expansion of broadband competition.

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    Great Whiskey Rendezvous, Amy McBryde, Sounds So Good and The Mad Deadly first up in 2019 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase

    The 2019 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase kicks off this Thursday, with the first of four semifinal rounds at Stickyz Rock n' Roll Chicken Shack.

    'True Detective' episode 3 recap: Follow the haircuts

    We’re now moving with a bit more confidence around the three time periods: 1980, 1990, 2015. You've got to follow the haircuts if you want to follow the plot, a mirror of the increasingly fragile mental state of 70-year-old Wayne Hays (Mahershala Ali) in 2015. The episode is short on bombshells, but gets deeper into what do we know, and why.

    'Photographing Frida,' the artist as art: coming to the Arts Center

    Frida Kahlo was every much an artist as her on-again, off-again husband, Diego Rivera, but her personal glamor has gotten as much, if not more, attention as her paintings. The Arkansas Arts Center is exhibiting images of the artist in "Photographing Frida," opening Feb. 1.

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