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Cracking The Code PDF Print E-mail
Written by Billie Nardozzi   

Cracking The Code
She was crazy in love
But her subconscious was not
Of the passion she felt
For the love she had sought
And it drove her to tears

The 24 Hour Photo Project PDF Print E-mail
Written by Arkansas Free Press Staff   

24 Hour Project, Arkansas

The 24 Hour Project: Documenting Humanity to Make a Difference took place on Saturday, April 1, 2017. A one day world-wide street photography event, the event featured 3,940 participants, from 765 cities, representing 112 countries. Participants documented the human condition in their cities in real time, all to support refugees in Greece, by uploading one photo per hour for 24 hours via instagram @24HourProject and @24HR17_Arkansas.

Last Updated ( Apr 03, 2017 at 09:22 AM )
Parking Lot Party Celebrates the Spirit of Giving PDF Print E-mail
Written by General Press Release   

WHO: The Central Arkansas Library System (CALS) celebrates ArkansasGives 2017 with food trucks and live entertainment.

WHAT: Library patrons and the River Market lunch crowd are invited to join CALS for
Party In A Lot to celebrate ArkansasGives. The free parking lot party features live entertainment provided by the Little Rock Central High School band and flag line, and guests can purchase lunch from Roxie's Hot Dogs or Bryant's BBQ & Catering, LLC.

U.S. Dept. of State & Smithsonian Partner on Emergency Cultural Heritage Work in Iraq PDF Print E-mail
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Media Note 

Office of the Spokesperson
Washington, DC

March 30, 2017
The State Department and the Smithsonian announce a new $400,000 project to enable Iraq's State Board of Antiquities and Heritage and others to conduct on-the-ground work to document and stabilize the recently liberated ancient city of Nimrud.

Nimrud, located about 20 miles south of Mosul, was under the control of ISIS until November 2016. During the city's captivity, many important historical sites and artifacts were damaged or destroyed. The project builds on the Smithsonian's work at the Iraqi Institute for the Conservation of Antiquities and Heritage in Erbil, Iraq which was established by the State Department in 2009 for the purpose of supporting the preservation of the country's cultural heritage.

FTC Returns Money to Victims of Business Directory Scheme PDF Print E-mail
Written by General Press Release   

The Federal Trade Commission is mailing 974 checks totaling more than $535,000 to businesses and nonprofit organizations that lost money to the Fair Guide business directory scheme, which tricked them into paying for online directory listings they didn't want. As a result of the FTC's action, the company and its principals were banned from the business directory business.

Richelle Mead, The Fiery Heart PDF Print E-mail
Written by Richelle Mead   

"Rowena Clark and I had met on the first day of our mixed media class. I'd sat down at her table and said, "Mind if I join you? Figure the best way to learn about art is to sit with a masterpiece." Maybe I was in love, but I was still Adrian Ivashkov.

Rowena had fixed me with a flat look. "Let's get one thing straight. I can see through crap a mile away.. so if you can't handle me telling you what's what, then you'd better take your one-liners and hair gel somewhere else. I don't go to this school to put up with pretty boys like you. I'm here to face dubious employment options with a painting degree and then go get a Guinness after class."

I'd scooted my chair closer to the table. "You and I are going to get along just fine."
- Richelle Mead, The Fiery Heart


Volunteers Needed for Arkansas Literary Festival PDF Print E-mail
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Volunteers are needed for the 14th annual Arkansas Literary Festival, April 27-30, in downtown Little Rock. The festival features authors from all over the world and promotes reading for all ages. Volunteering for the Arkansas Literary Festival is a great way to meet and hear authors, work with fellow book lovers, and support the Central Arkansas Library System.

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