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The wait is over for a beloved Little Rock restaurant. Oyster Bar is reopening its doors after temporarily closing.
The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted the need for meaningful connections and conversations among individuals. Kai Coggin is a poet living in Hot Springs National Park with a passion to make those connections and conversations happen.
A frequently tossed around word for trying to maintain mental health in these hard times is “mindfulness.” However, the broadness of this term can overwhelm people who are trying to find calm in the challenges of everyday life.
The Arkansas Blood Institute is in dire need of blood donations at the current time. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected blood donations.
I proposed a solo trip to the Baseball Weekend at Hot Springs. A lecture about local baseball history that began with Major League Baseball spring training in the late 1800s and lectures from one of my all-time favorite Chicago Cubs, Lee Smith, and former St. Louis Cardinals (Boo!) Ted Simmons and Al Hrabosky.
In recent years, Startup Crawl has become an institution in the Arkansas entrepreneurial community, drawing startups and early-stage companies from around the region for a one-night event to showcase their innovations.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson announced that the state of Arkansas is submitting an application to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for $300 in unemployment benefits per unemployed Arkansan.