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Greg Henderson

Greg Henderson

Mike Huckabee’s latest book God, Guns, Grits, and Gravy is pitched as a perfect expression of Huckabee’s style and background. Friend of Rock City Times, Forbidden Hillcrest alerted us to the fact that the slogan may not be entirely original to Huckabee however. The slogan came from Bo Gritz, a …

The City of Little Rock completed their triumphant return to a #1 ranking this year. Announced late last week, Little Rock is once again ranked #1 in the most dangerous cities (under 200k) list. This comes after several years out of the top spot including a pathetic #5 ranking last …

It feels like a lifetime ago since we first met V.L. (Lynette) Cox. It has only been a few weeks. VL is one of those special spirits that once you invite them into your world nothing else is ever the same. Thankfully it is reflected so well in her art …

36 “Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?” 37 Jesus replied: “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’[a] 38 This is the first and greatest commandment. 39 And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’[b] 40 All the …

Yesterday the Arkansas House of Representatives advanced a bill that would ban wine produced in California as a response to California’s ban on eggs from morbidly obese chickens, some that a certain producer based in Arkansas loves. Bill sponsor Rep. Dan Douglas says he never expected the bill to pass, but then …

Following Saturday night’s 78-87 loss to North Carolina in the second round* of the NCAA tournament, projected 1st round NBA draft pick Bobby Portis is reportedly leaning toward returning to the Razorbacks for his junior season according to Democrat-Gazette sports reporter Bob Holt Bobby Portis said after last night’ game …

Fans of late night shows such as the Daily Show or Tosh 2.0 may finally have their live stage equivalent in Little Rock. We stepped out to the first showing of TL:DR (which stands for too long, didn’t read) last Thursday at the Joint in Argenta. The show’s premise is …

This March marks three years of Rock City Times, and a lot has changed in those three years. What has not changed much however is the format of Rock City Times. When we started the only known similar publications in North America were the Onion and the Borowitz report, and …

Ah the 90’s. The good ole days when our phones flipped, internet was dialup, Razorbacks were good at basketball, and Bone Thugs-n-Harmony dominated the radio. This year, you can relive about half of that thanks to Mike Anderson reviving the hogs and Riverfest continuing their march toward music people listened …

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