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Chow Down: Cheers at the Bar-B-Q Hut in Pine Bluff

Established in the early 1950s, the BBQ Hut has been and continues to be a part of the Pine Bluff community. Although it has changed ownership a few times throughout the years, it remains a well-known establishment in the city. 495 more words

Lil Kyng Drops New Banger "Paranormal Activity"

Pine Bluff, AR artist Lil Kyng is back with a new banger titled, “Paranormal Activity.” The track is featured on Lil Kyng’s mixtape, Limited Edition Pt.1, which you can listen to on Datpiff and My Mixtapez. 42 more words

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Arkansas and Montana – From Little Rock to Yellowstone (part 1 of 2)

Following another successful User Conference in July of 2003, I embarked on my annual post-conference vacation. This year I decided to combine a visit to Arkansas, a state which I had only seen on the map, with a trip back to one of my favorite places in the country, southwestern Montana. 5,056 more words


125 years of Basketball in Little Rock

On April 7, 1893, the Arkansas Gazette ran stories about the final day of horse racing at Clinton Park racetrack (the park stretched roughly from what is today’s Clinton Presidential Park through the East Village to Clinton National Airport), the men who were soon to take office as aldermen met to plan for their upcoming City Council terms, and a preview of a new sport coming to Little Rock. 180 more words


Big Piph Interview

Rapper, speaker and philathropist Big Piph is a well-traveled ambassador of goodwill. In his music, he’s known to insert positive messages and good vibes into his lyrics, and in life, he intends to do the same. 1,267 more words


MCD - Pine Bluff 5 (end)

“Can’t you just say, ‘the end?’ one of the pharmacists I work with asked.  The man’s idea of ‘writing’ is a doctor’s illegible scribbles onto a pad, so I value his opinion not at all.  634 more words


MCD - Pine Bluff 4

I realized that in serializing this story, I have begun to leave each post on a cliff-hanger.  Very bad form:  if that becomes a habit, my novels will suffer to the point of death. 955 more words