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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 …

Historic Arkansas Museum will host a free opening reception for the opening of Kat Wilson’s Layers during 2nd Friday Art Night from 5 to 8 pm on Friday, October 9. Visitors are invited to enjoy a night of art, history, live music and shopping in the Museum Store. The Year of Arkansas Beer continues this month with Diamond Bear Brewing …

The Little Rock Film Festival announced today that after nine years they will shut down operations making this most recent season the final year. The festival has become a highlight event in recent years, growing to become a large event spread across multiple venues in the downtown area and having …

The Arkansas Arts Center, the state’s premiere center for visual and performing arts, announces awards for the 57th Annual Delta Exhibition, on view July 10 through September 20, 2015 in the Jeannette Edris Rockefeller and Townsend Wolfe Galleries. “Each year, this exhbition provides unique insight into the incredible work from …

A team of Fayetteville High School students won the grand prize in the first annual Arkansas Historic Film Prize competition of short documentaries focusing on historic properties throughout the state, Arkansas Historic Preservation Program Director Frances McSwain announced today. Darcy Olmstead, Caroline Wetsell, Maggie Bell and Joshua Carpenter of Fayetteville …

The Argenta Arts Foundation has announced the 2015 Argenta Arts Festival winners. Three prizes are awarded in the annual art festival of $1,500, $1,000, and $500. First place and $1,500 was won by mixed media artist Kandy Jones of North Little Rock. Second place and $1,000 was awarded to Sage …

Ever wonder what powers a local jewelry line? Stacey Bowers, the gem behind Little Rock’s own Bang-Up Betty, can tell you running a local brand is not for the faint of heart. Especially one that embodies a certain moxie and outspoken humor mixed in with aesthetically pleasing designs. Looking back, …

Head men’s basketball coach Chris Beard has finalized his staff for the upcoming 2015-16 season. Former UALR assistant Wes Flanigan, former NCCU assistant Brian Burg and former Texas Pan-American head coach Mark Adams will all join Beard’s coaching staff, with former Trojan Ted Crass staying on board as the program’s …

The Oxford American announced their upcoming concert series on the South on Main stage. The 2015-2016 series will be divided into three genres: Archetypes & Troubadours, Americana, and Jazz. The concert series begins on August 27th and runs through May 12 2016. Tickets for the entire series are available from …

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