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If you blinked too long you may have missed the flurry of activity surrounding the team formerly known as the UALR Trojans. Even if a certain statewide paper refuses to accept the name change, but regardless the Little Rock Trojans are in every way not UALR of old. Along with new …

The Little Rock Trojans have already set (and extended) a school record for most wins to start a season. Now they are looking to do something no other Trojan team has done, receive a national ranking. Here is the thing, they deserve it. Only 14 undefeated teams remain in NCAA …

Former University of Central Arkansas (UCA) wide receiver Mike Norvell is set to take over one of the most promising college football coaching vacancies in the country with the University of Memphis. Norvell was a wide receiver at UCA from 2001-2005, setting the school’s record for most career receptions. Norvell’s …

The Little Rock Trojans continued to roll last night at home in the Stephens Center, holding off a late surge from University of Central Arkansas (UCA) to win 79-73. The win brings the Trojans to 6-0, making it the best start in school history since joining NCAA Division I basketball. “First …

Life is hard for a sports team in Arkansas not represented by a Razorback. When the team in Fayetteville is good, they instantly receive our collective undivided attention, when they are bad the state pretends that particular men’s sport doesn’t exist. If you fall into that trap this year with …

The Arkansas Arts Center is going to give art lovers a jump on holiday shopping with their annual Museum School Sale and Collectors Show. Both go on this weekend and provides a good mix of local and national artisans for people on all budgets. The Museum School sale focuses on …

This year Rock City is working closely with Youth Home on their Next Course event on October 29th. We typically work closely with a few events like this each year, but the work that Youth Home does really won us over and made us want to step up and do …

“What would Frank do?” It’s a question that a group of folks at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art found themselves pondering again and again this past year. Behind the question was a deep-seated desire to stay true to a master architect while completing a near-impossible task: reassembling a 61-year-old …

Welcome to our newest series that we are calling Rockers. These are people around the Little Rock area doing amazing things in the community. Have someone you would like to nominate for a future Rockers? Shoot us a message. This week we want you to meet Traci Berry. Tree climber …

Back in April Guy Bell and I were standing waist deep in the Arkansas river for a photo shoot for his profile story we ran.  Somewhere between deciding if he had a snake under his foot or a turtle he says “I am not ready to tell anyone this publically, but …

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