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“My true interest in historic preservation always has been the positive impact it has on communities. Preservation makes cities better places to live.” -- Cheri Nichols

PHOTO BY John Sykes Jr.
“My true interest in historic preservation always has been the positive impact it has on communities. Preservation makes cities better places to live.” -- Cheri Nichols

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Cheri Nichols writes to the rescue of century-old houses that tell the history of Little Rock, as well as other emblems of wood and stone and beveled glass that define the state’s past. Author, historic researcher and preservationist, she saves the world that was. It’s not about doting over antiqu...

Names and faces

Country music legend Crystal Gayle was inducted Saturday night into the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tenn., nearly a half-century after she first walked onto its stage to perform as a teenager.

Baby boosters

What's the best way to mentally stimulate your baby? It doesn't take a genius, just a loving, involved parent. Here are 20 ideas for fun and simple things you can do to boost your baby's IQ.

Coffee shop to open at tech park in downtown Little Rock

Conway-based Blue Sail Coffee, which once had plans to open alongside Blue Canoe Brewing Co. in Arkansas’ capital city, will now open in the Little Rock Technology Park.

Cheryl Griffith Nichols

Cheri Nichols writes to the rescue of century-old houses that tell the history of Little Rock, as well as other emblems of wood and stone and beveled glass that define the state’s past.

Recalled to life

When a magnitude-7.8 earthquake rocked Nepal in 2015, villagers in Changu Narayan ran up the steep rocky path that cuts through their town to their renowned temple. Seeing the piles of rubble, they figured their lives were over.

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