Argenta Arts District

Erin Fehr
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The Sequoyah National Research Center, a Native American archive and gallery on the campus of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, is unveiling a new exhibit Tuesday. Entitled “Native Voices,” it examines the diverse and holistic ways many Native Americans approach illness and health.

The Holly Jolly Trolley: A Ride Through Arkansas History

Dec 21, 2016
Michael Hibblen / KUAR News

On this special holiday episode of Arts & Letters, we uncover true tales of Arkansas's past while touring the streets of Little Rock and North Little Rock inside the Rock Region Metro Streetcar—our “Holly Jolly Trolley.”

 

Along the streetcar rails we enounter a cast of characters, who tell of the cities' history bound up in the brick and mortar of the buildings—filled with ghosts and song.

 

TFTS-147 "Bridging the Gap" August 1, 2013

Aug 1, 2013

On this week's show stories about bridging the gap: Mike Collins - The Magic Knife / Julie Johnson Holt - Yes, Virginia / H.K. Stewart - Tech Support and the American Dream. Musical guest Brad Williams

On this week's show JFK: Witnessing History #1, the first of a 2 part show with stories about where our storytellers were during those fateful days.  J.B. Hogan - Walk on /  George Smith - The Day Hope Died / Kay Fisher - A Private Goodbye