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Cave art

Kristen Steinsiek shoots pool at White Water Tavern.

Friday night at the amphitheater

There was a fireworks display during Tracy Lawrence's concert at RiverFest.

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Horseshoe Bend

On the Buffalo National River, from Brian Cormack of the Arkansas Times' Flickr group.

Fallen

Leaves cover the sidewalk along President Clinton Avenue in the River Market district.

In response to rioting

Chris Kingsby, president of the Arkansas State Conference of the NAACP Youth & College Division, led a rally Sunday at the state Capitol as a show of unity and solidarity with victims of the Charlottesville violence.

Cued up

Midtown Billiards, which had to close after a fire in December, reopened July 7 with a crowd of regulars armed with Sharpie pens to restore the freshly-painted walls to the bar's former lived-in look.
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Blood on the lot

Blood splatter could be seen in a parking lot across from Power Ultra Lounge at 220 W. Sixth St. after a Saturday morning's shooting.

Mobile art

This cellphone photograph by Rah Howard is part of the ArkMoPhs (Arkansas Mobile Phoneographers) "Explore Arkansas" exhibit at the Innovation Hub in Argenta. The juried show, the group's fourth annual exhibit, features the top 30 smartphone photographers in Arkansas.

Falls in summer

The 51-foot Bingham Hollow Falls, in the Ozark National Forest, pours after days of heavy rain.

In tropical Little Rock

Photographer David Snoddy reminds us this week that there is cool stuff to see at the Little Rock Zoo, including this peacock pheasant.
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Message to French Hill

People opposed to the congressman's vote in support of a House bill to repeal Obamacare's benefits protested Monday at his Little Rock office.

Hoping to stop executions

Jeff Rosenzweig, lawyer for men sentenced to death next week, talks to the press after Monday's federal court hearing on the use of midazolam in as part of the killing drug cocktail.

Ignored by congressmen

Indivisible Central Arkansas's town hall Sunday at St. Michael's Episcopal Church drew hundreds of attendees who wanted to express their concerns to their representatives in Washington, D.C. Congressmen in attendance: Zero.

Here to stay

The Women's March for Arkansas drew thousands from around the state to the Capitol on Saturday, Jan. 21, as a counterpoint to Friday's presidential inauguration.
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In the mist of it all

A recent fog blankets the Interstate 430 Bridge as seen from the Two Rivers Park Bridge.

Ready to go

Governor Hutchinson addresses the joint session of the 91st General Assembly on Tuesday, the day after it convened.

Foggy new year

Visibility was low throughout downtown Little Rock on the first day of the new year.

Trumpeter swans in Arkansas

he small oxbow Magness Lake southeast of Heber Springs is the winter home of the beautiful waterfowl.

The open road

On Highway 65 north of Harrison.

Rolled on the river

One of two spans for the new Broadway Bridge was floated into place by barges Tuesday.
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