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  • Twenty problems with 20/20's coverage of the Justin Harris 'rehoming'

    More than you ever wanted to know about my thoughts on last night's 20/20 program about the Justin Harris adoption and rehoming scandal.
  • National Endowment for the Arts honors Pharoah Sanders

    North Little Rock native and free jazz legend Pharoah Sanders has been named as one of the recipients of a 2016 Jazz Masters Award from the National Endowment for the Arts, along with vibraphonist Gary Burton, saxophonist Archie Shepp and Wendy Oxenhorn, director of the Jazz Foundation of America. Sanders, who turned 75 last week, will receive "a $25,000 cash award and perform a free concert at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on April 4 that will be streamed live on arts.gov."
  • STOP the freeway expansion; Highway Department feeling some heat

    State Highway Director Scott Bennett is feeling the heat from growing Little Rock objections to his agency's plan to massively expand the damaging path Interstate 30 cuts through the heart of Little Rock. It's time to turn up the heat and Stop This Outrageous Project.
  • 'Rehome Justin Harris,' Democratic Party says

    The Arkansas Democratic Party has called for the resignation of Rep. Justin Harris over the rehoming scandal. He should be held accountable, says Party Chair Vince Insalaco.
 

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