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Protected: Arkansas Neo-Nazis Leader lives in The Heights (Right by Starbucks)

Arkansas Nazis, 2013.

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Hillcrest HarvestFest 2011

Girl at Fountain Traveling by wagon is best. Throngs of humans filled the street, with each Hillcrester behaving like beatific creatures. These men do so enjoy HarvestFest. Flu shots, what every party needs. Man on right looked very disgruntled I

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Hillcrest Burglaries since September 1

This is a list of burglaries which occurred in Hillcrest since September 1. It doesn’t include surrounding neighborhoods like Capitol View or Stifft Station. 901 N Oak (October 11) 510 N Martin 4403 Kenyon 4517 N Lookout 2905 Ozark 3417 Kavanaugh 3815 Lee

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Hillcrest Honey — The Videos

Hillcrest Honey is a neighborhood hobby farm in the middle of Hillcrest operated by Linda and Brent Walker. Their project started as an effort to improve the genetic quality of local bees. — At substantial expense, they buy breeding stock

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Shootout at Hanger Hill

Five minutes of condensed audio from this morning’s incident at Hanger Hill. (Tuesday, August 23) (A few years ago, I almost bought the lot where this happened, but I decided against it.) More stuff here. More stuff here.

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The Murder House

This story is true. There is a plain little duplex at the corner of Linden and Woodrow in the Stifft Station area of Little Rock. The Post Office calls it 132 S. Woodrow St., but people in the neighborhood just call

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Lost Hillcrest Theater Leaves Surprising Legacy

This story is true. It’s now a parking lot for the Kroger store on Beechwood, but from the 1920s to the 1950s, it was the Prospect Theater; a 600 seat movie theater that was THE place to go. “In 1951,

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Allsopp Park Swinging Footbridge

The Allsopp Park swinging footbridge was built in 1903 to connect South Lookout ridge with Kavanaugh. People could use it to save them from climbing the steep ravines to get to the streetcar. This footbridge became a popular vantage for

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Police Incident at Riverdale Theater

“This was taken while waiting to get into the movies” – Christa Lawrence-Masters (Little Rock) More stories

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