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Henrietta's Aims to Offer New Concept

Henrietta's Aims to Offer New Concept
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Four years after opening their popular At The Corner diner in downtown Little Rock, the King women — two sisters, their sister-in-law and their mother — are busy devising their next project: Henrietta's, planned for the former Andina's location at 433 E. Third St.


Little Rock Club Looks at 50

Little Rock Club Looks at 50 This article is available only in print.

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In celebrating its history, the Little Rock Club is looking to ensure its future, and that future must embrace diversity, young people and families. read more >

Argenta Rolls On: 'It All Builds on Itself'

Argenta Rolls On: 'It All Builds on Itself' This article is available only in print.

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Argenta's one square mile has anchored some $500 million in downtown commercial projects in the past 20 years with the dedication of Argenta Plaza highlighting the latest development efforts. read more >

Steve Landers Jr. Finds Paradise for $6.5M

Steve Landers Jr. Finds Paradise for $6.5M

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A 1,360-acre slice of paradise in Lonoke County, an industrial project near the Little Rock Port, a west Little Rock eatery and apartments in Little Rock's Hillcrest area provide this week's quartet of million-dollar real estate transactions. read more >

WeWork Plows Ahead in Northwest Arkansas

WeWork Plows Ahead in Northwest Arkansas

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Bentonville developer Josh Kyles said his planned 200,000-SF office building in downtown Bentonville is progressing despite the doom and gloom surrounding partner WeWork of New York. read more >

Life Lessons (Editorial)

Life Lessons (Editorial)

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We had a couple of ideas for furious editorials, but then we realized that this is Thanksgiving week and decided to give righteous anger a rest. read more >

Next-Gen Learning: Businesses Embrace Career Academies

Next-Gen Learning: Businesses Embrace Career Academies

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Metro Little Rock schools have accelerated a plan to put all 13,000 public high school students in Pulaski County on career-themed paths. The effort also aims to recast public schools as magnets for central Arkansas economic development, not impediments. read more >

Where's Solar When the Grid Goes Out?

Where's Solar When the Grid Goes Out?

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As the planet warms and storms, hurricanes, floods and wildfires intensify, backup power systems are an urgent new market in renewable energy. But take a lesson from windy, fiery California: Even if you have solar panels and sunshine, your home or business could stay dark. read more >

Phillips County Looks to Sun for Future

Phillips County Looks to Sun for Future

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More than $8.5 million of new and pending utility improvement projects are underway in and around Helena-West Helena. Pieces of the infrastructure puzzle are moving into place to enhance local economic prospects as well as industrial recruitment. read more >