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REX NELSON: Newly developed North Little Rock is done with derision

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A flower bed, including red tulips, blooms along the 200 block of Main Street in North Little Rock.

On a warm Tuesday in late February, Frank Webber shows a visitor through the North American headquarters of Orbea, a high-end bicycle manufacturer based in Spain.

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The blue line trolley carries passengers to their destinations in downtown North Little Rock. + Enlarge

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RBBrittain says...

The headline -- not just here, but especially "So long, Dogtown" in print -- misses the article's point and seems stuck in the 1960's view of NLR, as expressed by the "Here lies Dogtown" gravestone (which I believe still exists at the NLR History Commission). As Rex Nelson correctly points out, today the locals "use Dogtown as a term of endearment" alongside Argenta.

Posted 11 March 2018, 1:51 p.m. Suggest removal

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