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Crystal Bridges to Debut 'Art in the Age of Black Power' Exhibit
"Trane," from 1969 by William T. Williams.

Crystal Bridges to Debut 'Art in the Age of Black Power' Exhibit

The Bentonville museum announces its exhibition schedule for 2018.
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Slimmed-Down Pulaski Tech Fits UA System

Pulaski Technical College had nearly 12,000 students in 2012 when Margaret A. Ellibee became its chief. Today it has about 6,000, and to Ellibee that's a good thing.
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Parks, Streams & Woods: 50 Years of Arkansas Tourism and the Ad Man Who Saw It All

Shelby Woods with his marketing agency, Cranford Johnson Robinson & Woods, became the state's top tourism marketer, publishing the Arkansas Tour Guide for 50 years and helping rebrand Arkansas as a “Natural State” for visitors.
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LittleRock.com Redesign Still Waiting to Refresh This article is available only in print.

Four months after the Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau predicted that a “complete redesign” of its website would be ready in June, LittleRock.com, still appears much the same. read more >

The Influencers: Architect Marlon Blackwell This article is available only in print.

At an age when many men and women look forward to retirement, Marlon Blackwell, 60, is doing some of his best work. And he's looking forward to doing more and better projects. read more >

The Influencers: Tom Schueck of Lexicon Inc. This article is available only in print.

After building Schueck Steel into a family of companies under the Lexicon corporate banner, Tom Schueck has developed a secondary career of sorts. read more >

The Influencers: 5 Leaders Behind the Framework of Arkansas

Meet five leaders who are influencing their industries, their communities and the future of Arkansas. read more >

Arkansas Unemployment Rate Stays Level at 3.4 Percent

Arkansas' unemployment rate in July stayed at 3.4 percent. The record low was set in May and has remained unchanged for three months. read more >

Developers Seek Creative Buyer for Old Paragould Power Plant

An historic industrial property in downtown Paragould is on the market after years of deterioration and neglect. read more >

Arkansas Business Seeks Info on Minority-, Woman-Owned Businesses

Arkansas Business is seeking minority-owned or woman-owned businesses in Arkansas for new lists to be published Sept. 4. read more >

US Retail Sales Jumped 0.6 Percent in July

Consumers went out shopping in a big way in July, pushing up retail sales by the largest amount in seven months. read more >

Miles James Turns Attention to Pizzeria After James at the Mill Sale

James at the Mill, the restaurant in Johnson that pioneered fine dining with locally grown ingredients in northwest Arkansas, closed July 29 after 23 years in business. read more >

Workforce Development: A Way to Help America (J. Bruce Cross Commentary)

In the nation, including in Arkansas, the need for a skilled workforce is already here and is growing exponentially as baby boomers begin to leave the workplace. read more >

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