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Breaking: Rutledge avoids vaccine demagoguery opportunity. But not the hypocritical Freedumb Caucus of the House

Hypocrisy abounds when Republicans talk about vaccine mandates.

Democratic Party blasts Republican gaming of redistricting; promises legal challenge

Democrats suggest a court fight lies ahead for partisan- and racially-motivated apportionment.

The Josh Duggar trial begins and People magazine is all over it

Pre-trial hearing in Josh Duggar's child sex abuse case included damaging accounts from a family friend, should the judge allow them into evidence.

Missouri judge blocks vaccine rule for health care workers in 10 states including Arkansas

Biden vaccine rule for health workers blocked by a federal judge in Missouri.

Nonprofits urge legislature to improve services for children rather than give a tax cut to the rich

Think of the children first, not the wealthy, nonprofit groups urge the legislature. Fat chance.

Republican-controlled redistricting process goes about how you would expect, a total bust for Democrats

Republicans took aim and picked off at least one formidable Democratic foe in a nakedly partisan redistricting process that renders Arkansas even redder.

Senator Cottonelle on Fox News: No supply chain problems in the good ol' Trump days

When Sen. Tom Cotton spoke this week, the word asswipe came to mind.

COVID today: 207 new cases and two more deaths

207 new cases, only 2,600 more vaccinations.

Support the Arkansas Nonprofit News Network on #GivingNewsDay

Please help ANNN with a gift for #GivingNewsDay! Until the end of the year, every dollar we receive will be matched by national and local donors.

Neighborhood group urges Little Rock to devote spare cash to Terry Mansion

A neighborhood group says Little Rock has sufficient reserve funds to repair the historic Terry Mansion, which is the city's responsibility.

Holiday Hangout is on; Christmas is saved

The annual music festival hosted by Last Chance Records, Tree Of Knowledge and the White Water Tavern is back in the flesh, and the lineup is stellar as ever.

Today's news: COVID and gerrymandering

The news isn't good. The line is open.

Sterling Market food hall coming to Little Rock's East Village in spring 2022

The food hall-style restaurant, which will be located in the space formerly occupied by Cathead's Diner, will host a butcher shop, a greens/sandwich station, an artisan pizza station, a bakery and a full bar.

A 2021 holiday gift guide, Arkansas Times-style

Unicorn hot cocoa, socks with fun cuss words, tomes on Arkansas's material culture, RBG prints and more.
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Real Estate Reimagined: Meet The Property Group

Whether you’re an existing agent or looking for a new career path, you will be supported and encouraged at The Property Group. Learn more about our collaborative team and welcoming, agent-centric office culture.

This is 'pro-life'?

Women die when abortion is banned. Read about it.

Charley Crockett and Summer Dean at The Hall Friday night

Like many of his predecessors and contemporaries, Crockett’s wont to raise a lyrical middle finger to the trappings of Nashville showbiz even as he’s hailed as its darling.

Governor says session to cut taxes of wealthy will begin Dec. 7; acknowledges surging COVID numbers

Redistricting done, including changes not shared with public before meeting. Criticism from ignored parties pours in.

The expected rote approval of Republican-friendly legislative redistricting maps occurred today. News includes Megan Godfrey's announcement that she won't seek re-election.

Tax talk begins at Little Rock City Hall for community projects

Staff is beginning work on capital projects, perhaps requiring a property tax election.

Today's news: Asa prepares to comfort the comfortable while COVID continues to afflict an afflicted state

The rich are going to get richer thanks to the Arkansas legislature. The poor will get pennies.

Still time to catch 'The Legacy of Dunbar' at Mosaic Templars Cultural Center

Still a few more days to catch Mosaic Templar's tribute to the legacy of Dunbar High.

'Million Dollar Quartet Christmas' Saturday night at Robinson

A holiday spin on the Sun Records-centered jukebox musical.

Postmodern Jukebox at Reynolds Performance Hall in Conway this weekend

Jazz pianist Scott Bradlee’s revolving collective does its time warp in Conway Sunday night.
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