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Personal Space

posted: 02/06/2016 2:50 a.m. Discuss

Where I live: Lakewood in North Little Rock

Cinemas across Arkansas showing classic movies way they were meant to be seen

posted: 02/02/2016 5:45 a.m. Discuss

Old movies fill some of today's screens as big as ever, returning yesterday's movie idols to the size that made them stars in the first place.

Some paths to 'classic' are just nutty

posted: 02/02/2016 2:30 a.m. Discuss

How does a movie get to be a classic, and not just an old movie?

Classic lines, classic films

posted: 02/02/2016 2:30 a.m. Discuss

One way to tell a classic movie is that it contains at least one classic line:

Theater review: 13 Clocks ticks off a good time

posted: 01/30/2016 2:09 a.m. Discuss

The Thirteen Clocks kept fun time Friday night at the Arkansas Arts Center Children's Theatre in Little Rock.

FEBRUARY CALENDAR: Carnival of hearts, history, football

posted: 01/26/2016 2:22 a.m. Discuss

February is the year's shortest month, but leap year makes this February a day longer than usual -- 29 days in which to celebrate all things numbered 29: Roman numeral XXIX, 29; the atomic number of copper, 29; Lady Gaga, 29; two dozen and five extra Valentine roses, 29.

State symbol sampler

posted: 01/17/2016 2:35 a.m. Comments 2

Many things can be said about Arkansas, but some things are more than said -- in fact, they are legislated.

Fried pickles, trout not listed

posted: 01/17/2016 2:29 a.m. Discuss

A state can have all the symbols it wants. But how many is too many? Should all this symbolizing have stopped short of, say, Arizona's state reptile, the ridge-nosed rattlesnake?

Identifiers often curious and officially sanctioned

posted: 01/17/2016 2:28 a.m. Discuss

Arkansas's 24 state symbols might seem a curious lot of choices, but not compared to other states' collections.

App highlights Little Rock’s civil rights history

posted: 01/12/2016 1 a.m. Discuss

LITTLE ROCK — From the Civil War era to Philander Smith College and the Arkansas Studies Institute, a new app tells more than a century of Little Rock’s civil rights history.

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