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All sections Close sections. Arkansas Blog. Rock Candy. Eat Arkansas. To Read. Long Form. Read this month's issue. Browse the issue archives. Log In Subscribe. Lawsuit promised to challenge mask-mandate ban. A quick legislative correction would be better. By Max Brantley. Tom Mars promises a lawsuit to challenge the law banning mask mandates. By Max Brantley Arkansas Blog. Hearing set on challenge to transgender health care ban. By Max Brantley News. Trending 1. Pastor sues Washington County officials over removal from Quorum Court meetings.
From the trenches: Get a shot. Their priorities clarified by the pandemic, working Arkansans realize their worth. Austin Bailey. Messages to JFK from the Faubus clan reveal a house divided. Ernest Dumas. Kelly Houston Jones. Ruth Coker Burks and the missing monument. Rhett Brinkley. Molly Mitchell. Stephanie Smittle. A summer beer guide to battle the Arkansas heat.
Brian Sorensen. From the Arkansas Blog. Pastor says his ejection from Washington County Quorum Court meetings violated his constitutional rights. Fleeing motorist dragged officer for 20 to 25 yards, report says. The forecast from UAMS is for many more cases, more deaths, more sick children.
Bigo's lawyer did a Bigo-worthy rant on national TV today. Study indicates some cases have been undetected and that minority groups suffer disproportionately. The Religious Right and legislative cancel culture advocates are after Arkansas Governor's School -- again. This time, they might win. From Rock Candy. Catch Firebrand Theatre Co. It is slated for completion by January Artist V. They care about how people are treated and where to put their next multi-million-dollar business expansion. They care about their investments and their reputation. The images in Robbie Brindley's new book, "Kudzu and the Usual Erosion" were shot on film on a Mamiya RB 67 camera — big enough to require a tripod and using a process that's "a lot more like fishing," Brindley told me.
Steve H. You may not be able to catch a show at The Rep's space on Main Street just yet, but you can visit for a workshop. From Eat Arkansas. It's not too late to indulge in Arkansas Times' annual Central Arkansas burger celebration. Jones Bar-B-Q Diner in Marianna, one of the oldest Black-owned businesses in the country, held a grand "Fire Up That Grill" reopening event Wednesday after a fire in February nearly destroyed the restaurant, which has been in business for over a century.
Here are a few Arkansas beers to look for as we finish out the summer drinking season. For the second year in a row, the celebration will be a "different festival for a different time," consisting of online ordering and drive-through pickup only. Brad Izzard, a native of South Africa, has recently been rehired and named executive chef of the entire hotel. Izzard formerly served as chef de cuisine under Antunes at One Eleven, and left the hotel after the shutdown to work as a chef at a private high end country club.
Less than a week into the new college sports era granting players the right to earn money off their names, images and likenesses NIL , Wright's BBQ in Fayetteville made a splash Tuesday as a of Arkansas Razorback athletes announced sponsorships with the barbecue restaurant.
The Hillcrest Merchants Association will throw its annual ice cream social tonight on the block of Kavanaugh Blvd. The restaurant announced on Monday that it would be closing for a few days this week to prepare to ease back into indoor dining, which it plans to start on Friday, JuneLittle rock ar newspapers
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