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  • New episode of Rock the Culture podcast: 'Never Too Busy for The Culture'

    Antwan and Charles provide perspective and conversation on the cancellation of Country Music Night at Wild River Country, LRSD’s lack of school board election, and lawsuit allowing for restitution of fees associated with traffic tickets. They also discuss the current opioid crisis and AR IMPACT with Dr. Johnathan Goree, M.D.
  • New Rock the Culture podcast: 'Pushback'

    Antwan and Charles provide perspective and conversation on the petition to eliminate the at-large director positions on the Little Rock City Board, UA-Little Rock’s effort to start a football team, and lawsuits filed against the LRPD related to termination of police staff due to the use of racially charged words on social media. They also discuss the current efforts to provide resources to the homeless population with the executive director of Jericho’s Way, Mandy Davis.
  • New episode of Rock the Culture podcast: “Social Media Savants”

    In this Season 1 finale, Antwan Phillips and Rep. Charles Blake provide perspective and conversation on the controversial ending of the Hot Summer Jam Concert, Jacksonville’s policy decision to lower the priority of marijuana arrests, and Facebook’s social media training in Little Rock. They also discuss the importance of social media with national entertainment personality, Ally the Pub.
  • New Rock the Culture podcast: "Urgency Still Requires Preparation"

    In this week’s episode, Antwan Phillips and State Rep Charles Blake provide perspective and conversation on the withdrawal of the proposal for new charter school in Little Rock, the failed ordinance to eliminate at-large directors on the Little Rock City Board of Directors and Swag Ky Bow Ties, a clothing line started by 8 year-old Kylan Robinson.  They also discuss Little Rock’s live music scene with Rodney Block, of Rodney Block Collective.
  • New episode of Rock the Culture podcast: “New Schools, Old Books”

    In this week’s episode, we provide perspective and conversation on the Pulaski County Special School District’s vote against purchasing updated science textbooks, proposal for new charter school in Little Rock, and the Dunbar Community Center Semi-Pro Basketball League. We also discuss the importance and impact of one-on-one mentoring with Chrissy Chatham, CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arkansas.
 

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