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Mar 25
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Claire Holley brings folk sound to South on Main

Singer-songwriter and folk artist Claire Holley got her start writing and performing songs while attending college in Chicago but has loved music for as long as she can remember.
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Mar 24
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White Out

When it comes to spring’s hottest trends, the freshest shade of the season isn’t much of a shade at all.
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Mar 24
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David vs. Goliath in beer Final Four

More than 1,200 beer geeks have made their voices heard so far in the Sync Craft Beer Tournament 2015, whittling our lineup of 32 Arkansas brews to the Final Four.
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Mar 24
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Pie in the sky

Piro Brick Oven & Barroom’s bar lives up, pizza needs work

It’s always rewarding to see a restaurant come to life after months of planning. In the case of Piro Brick Oven & Barroom, we’ve been eagerly awaiting its opening since we first he...
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Mar 24
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Winter Jam stage combines worship, ministry

Winter Jam Tour Spectacular, the wildly successful annual Christian music concert, will make its rounds through North Little Rock for a stop at Verizon Arena on Friday, bringing wi...
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Mar 24
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Getting Damgoode-er

Jeff Trine talks expansion, beer, all things Damgoode Pies

When Jeff Trine first launched Damgoode Pies at 2701 Kavanaugh Blvd. in Little Rock in 2001, the business had maybe five people on its payroll.
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Mar 24
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Saline Memorial breaks ground in Bryant

Saline Memorial broke ground on the Saline Memorial Bryant Medical Campus last week. Saline County residents can look for construction to take place at Market Place Drive and Highw...
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Mar 24
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Tornado-free March trend continues for Pulaski County

It’s been a slow time for tornadoes across the country so far in 2015. As of March 23, there have been no tornado warnings issued in Arkansas. Pulaski County has not had a March to...
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Mar 24

Controversy can lead to Ban on re-homing

Has the re-homing issue been handled correctly?

Just a few weeks ago, the Arkansas Times blew the lid off an incredibly tragic story surrounding the re-homing of the adopted daughters of Rep. Justin Harris and his wife. As detai...
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Mar 24

Re-homing and the dictionary

What in the world is re-homing? I know spellcheck doesn’t recognize. When I first heard the term, I thought it referred to divorced men who lost their house. I quickly learned the ...
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Mar 17
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Hitting the jackpot

Legislators trying to fine-tune Arkansas Scholarship Lottery

Month after month of seeing columns full of red inspired Sen. Jimmy Hickey to propose changes to the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery.
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Mar 17
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Elite Eight features strong newcomers

As the Sync Craft Beer Tournament 2015 rolls onto the Elite Eight, one thing is clear: Don’t count out the newbies.
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Mar 17
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French twist for an old favorite

Boulevard Bistro and Bar off to a good start in the Heights

It wasn’t too long ago that going to the flagship Boulevard Bread Co. location in the Heights meant squeezing into the lunch-hour line and crossing your fingers that a seat would m...
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Mar 17
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A positive for nonprofits

Jennifer Maune helps make Junior League of Little Rock’s Nonprofit Center a reality

From the initial donation to the final coat of paint, Jennifer Maune has helped engineer one of the Junior League of Little Rock’s most comprehensive projects — a center for nonpro...
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Mar 17
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Comedy group The Main Thing presents I Love You But You’re Sitting on My Cat

Arkansas’ favorite Dumpster household will soon get a little crowded.
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Mar 17

Heights Taco & Tamale said to open in mid-April

Heights Taco & Tamale Co., the long-awaited Tex-Mex offering from the Yellow Rocket Concepts team, is looking at a mid-April(ish) opening at 5805 Kavanaugh Blvd., says partner Scot...
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Mar 17
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Cotton’s letter to Iran draws criticism, understanding

The controversy over Arkansas native and U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton’s letter to Iran regarding nuclear weapons continued to rage last week. Politicos from around the country had these th...
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Mar 17

Cotton’s political aspirations cost U.S.

In one unprecedented act to undermine the president of the United States, Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Arkansas, managed to make himself a household name last week.
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Mar 17

When is a letter more than pen and paper?

I think the last important letter I remember sending was in seventh grade to a girl I’d gone to church camp with the month before.
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Mar 17
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Sweet 16 or bust for Razorbacks

Arkansas made some real strides this year under fourth-year men’s basketball coach Mike Anderson. The Hogs won seven road games, won an SEC tournament game and played in the SEC to...
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