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Tax Credits Help Little Rock Company Raise $1.25M for Movies

Tax Credits Help Little Rock Company Raise $1.25M for Movies

Gary Newton hopes "Antiquities," which filmed primarily in North Little Rock, will be the first in a string of movies to come out of the startup film production company he created with Graham Gordy and Daniel Campbell.
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Seeing Things That Don't Exist — Yet (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

People who can visualize things that have never existed are as mysterious and awe-inspiring to me as the people who can hear music that has never been written.
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Spartan Battles Bad Boy Mowers on Shared Turf in Batesville

Maybe a thousand feet as the crow flies separates the Intimidator plant from the Bad Boy facility in the Independence County Industrial Park. And though Intimidator is the startup, it lays claim to the 1 Bad Boy Blvd. address; Bad Boy is at 102 Industrial Drive.
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