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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 …

The Oxford American announced the continuation of the Local Live concert series at South on Main (1304 Main Street). Local Live series is curated by the Oxford American and features the best local and regional talent on a headlining bill each Wednesday night for free at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 1 marks …

If you have not gotten into fermented vegetables you are missing out. Fermentation is essentially pickling, but cured longer and without the use of vinegar. The result is wonderful flavors and some unexpected health benefits. Kirsten K. and Christopher Shockey, authors of Fermented Vegetable, are going to be at Eggshells …

The sound of hammering and sawing will soon fill the galleries of the Museum of Discovery during its latest project, “Build It Lab,” a hands-on exploration into the world of construction.  In partnership with AGC Arkansas, the state’s largest association of commercial contractors; University of Arkansas at Little Rock; and …

Every year at precisely this point while the rest of the country is honoring a man who sacrificed his life so that others (not just blacks) could live without tyranny, we in Arkansas engage in an ongoing debate about whether or not we should continue to jointly celebrate the day with …

The love for local small business runs very deep around the Rock City network. When I began Rock City Times in 2012 a big part of the goal was to make the city a better place by raising awareness of local businesses to a massive audience through humor. Later in …

Welcome to the haze of mid-season football. The point where rationality is thrown out the window.  It is hard time for Razorback fans, so many close calls have left the cardinal wearing Saturday fans disgruntled. I think it is important to take a step back and realize this is exactly …

I grew up in a completely non-political family. We never discussed politics, there was nothing to influence my decisions. I came to the Democratic party growing up in the 90’s. I saw a local party that inspired me to cast my first votes when the time came around. The same …

We have reached that point in the political campaign season where most of us would rather set our nether regions ablaze than have to endure another political ad. In fact this election season feels considerably worse than average with two open congressional seats, an open Governor spot, open Attorney General, …

Let me get this out of the way. I love football. No questioning that. But more than my love of football, I love this city. I want to see it do well. Imagine if you will that a highly popular decision could change the outlook of a city dramatically leading …

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