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Recent Articles

  • New episode of Rock The Culture: "Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is"

    In this week’s episode, Antwan Phillips and Rep. Charles Blake provide perspective and conversation on the City’s study to change the form of government, bond issues to improve quality of life, and Rep. Blake’s breakdown on the close of the legislative session. In addition, they provide rapid fire perspective on RockTopics. They also speak with Mayor Frank Scott, Jr. to discuss the first 100 days of his administration and his Little Rock 2020 Education Roadmap.
  • New Rock the Culture podcast: Back to the Future

    In this week’s episode, Antwan and Charles provide perspective and conversation on the LRSD’s hiring of a principal for the SouthWest High School, the City of Little Rock’s “A Bridge to Work” program to provide paid day labor to the homeless population, and Gov. Hutchinson’s support of the voucher program in Pulaski County. In addition, they provide rapid fire perspective on RockTopics. They also discuss the “Tales from the Motherland” with Crystal C. Mercer, executive director at Local First Arkansas.
  • Friday's headlines and your open line

    LRPD releases narrative video of Bradley Blackshire shooting; Government asks judge to deny Jeremy Hutchinson's motion to dismiss, reveal more details on investigation; Bill to finance UAMS cancer research includes favors for Big Tobacco.
  • Thursday's headlines and an open line

    Bid to ratify Equal Rights Amendment fails; Senate committee passes 18-week abortion ban; Bill to shroud execution drugs in secrecy passes out of Senate committee; Rep. Charles Blake files new bill to remove Confederacy from state flag symbolism; House committee unanimously approves bill to let DACA recipients become nurses.
  • Midweek headlines and open line

    No vote today on landlord-tenant bill after realtor association declares opposition; Ballinger's bill to roll back minimum wage increase amended, could be run next week; House passes bill to allow pharmacists to dispense birth control without prescription; Memorial service scheduled for March 10 for Matt DeCample.
  • Tuesday's headlines and your open line

    House approves Asa's $300 million highway funding proposal; Norman police chief shares vision for “21st century policing;” family of Bradley Blackshire, man killed by LRPD officer after traffic stop, calling for state police investigation.
  • New episode of Rock the Culture: 'The Only Stars We Acknowledge'

    In this week’s episode, Antwan Phillips and Rep. Charles Blake provide perspective and conversation on the bomb threat that occurred during a recent Little Rock City Board of Directors' meeting and the outcome of Rep. Blake's Flag Bill to re-designate the purpose of one of the stars on the Arkansas State Flag. In addition, they provide rapid fire perspective on Rock Topics (Michael Cohen's testimony at Capitol Hill, Ole Miss basketball players taking a knee, and much more). They also discuss the offerings and events at Central Arkansas Library System ("CALS") with Tameka Lee, communications director for CALS.
 

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