Natives Guides

Garages

When you've got enough scratch to afford a new ride, having a car is easy. If your motorvator coughs, sputters, quits or even smells funny within six years or 60,000 miles (whichever comes first) just take that metal-flake dream machine back to the dealership and get it fixed — in and out, no muss, no fuss, no credit card required. For the rest of us who have cruised out from under the umbrella of the factory warranty, though, car trouble can be a real pain in the tailpipe. Where do you take it? How much will it cost? Which shop will give you a deal as supple as fine Corinthian leather, and who will give you the ungreased driveshaft?

Thrift and vintage guide

A couple of seasons back, we gave you our thoughts on thrifting the Rock. Since then, those of us who love nothing better than whiling away a Saturday elbow-deep in musty record bins next to a cart of someone's grandma's dresses, have gained a few and lost a few. Angles in the Attic is gone, and one of our favorites, the Salvation Army warehouse store, fell victim to mold and roof travails. But Little Rock is still full of deals for the savvy and the persistent.

Cupcakes Guide

A survey of the sweet treat.

Arkansas sweets guide

Impress your sweetheart with locally made sweets.
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Valentine's Day dinner guide for Little Rock

Looking to take your Valentine out to dinner on Feb. 14? Take a look at our survey of what some of Little Rock's finest restaurants plan to serve.

Bike shops guide

It's no secret that Little Rock is a rewarding city for cyclists. Here, almost every cycling preference can be met. There are great flats in the southeast, perfect for experienced road cyclists wanting to burn up the miles, and "rollers" and challenging hills northwest of town for mountain bikers and hearty roadies.

Schools guide

Many of Arkansas's best public and private schools are located in Pulaski County, as the accomplishments of its students show.

Utilities guide

Info on water, electricity, gas, sewer and garbage and recycling utilities.
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Emergency numbers

The numbers for when it all goes wrong.

Elected officials

A comprehensive list of the federal, state and local officials elected by Central Arkansans.

Real estate in 2011 in Central Arkansas

If you tend to see the world divided between the 1 and 99 percenters, the real estate market in Pulaski County will back you up.

Judicial officials

Courts state, county, municipal.
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