|Check out this vintage Cate Brothers performance
Here's a very tasty jam from Fayetteville's Cate Brothers , performing in 1976 on the BBC's "Old Grey Whistle Test." This tune, "In One Eye and Out the Other," is...
Riverfest. Memorial Day. My car's 10th birthday.
I'm going to take it easy, gearing up for about my 20th trip to Arkansas Boys State next week. They're going to roll...
|Medicaid payment reform may be reducing costs but legislature delays further implementation
Good news on the Medicaid cost front: in a joint Public Health committee meeting today, Department of Human Services officials testified that for the third straight quarter, cost growth of...
|Coming soon: Jazz in the Park
The Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau recently announced an upcoming free jazz series at History Pavilion in Riverfront Park. Jazz in the Park will run on Wednesday evenings in...
|The Cash Pie Edition
The arrest of State Treasurer Martha Shoffner, Bloomberg versus Pryor, Cotton's wackiest turn yet, stealing Cornish hens and big-time football at the fiscally distressed Mineral Springs School District — all...
|Walton Arts Center contemplating amphitheater move to Rogers
Interesting story brewing in Northwest Arkansas, where Fayetteville apparently faces the loss of another part of the Walton Arts Center operation.
The Fayetteville Flyer reports on talks of moving the...
|Multiple deaths in Scott accident
Channel 11 is reporting that three people were killed in an accident today in Scott when a vehicle ran off Old River Road and into a tree.
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|UPDATE: Gun control group to spend $350,000 against Pryor
Politico reports that the gun control group backed by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is following through with plans to buy TV time — $350,000 worth — criticizing U.S. Sen....
|Buddy Flett at White Water Tavern
Here's the latest in our music video series collaboration with Greg Spradlin and Camp Friday Films . It features Buddy Flett , the legendary Louisiana guitarist, live at White Water...
|If only Arkansas had a big beer industry
I heard this on NPR this morning and wondered if Jason Rapert would trade fracking for seven or eight of the world's biggest breweries.
From The Telegraph: