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TV host Montel Williams speaks in favor of medical marijuana Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012, on the state Capitol steps in Little Rock.

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TV host Montel Williams speaks in favor of medical marijuana Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012, on the state Capitol steps in Little Rock.

Montel Williams detained in Germany over medical marijuana

FRANKFURT, Germany — A spokesman for Montel Williams said the television personality was detained by customs officials at an airport in Germany after inadvertently leaving prescription marijuana powder in his luggage. Jonathan Franks told The Associated Press that Williams was held for about an hour...

Restaurant Transitions: Soul Fish Cafe opening, Little Rock pizzeria moving, Honey Pies' home base

Wednesday is the firm target date for the opening of Soul Fish Cafe, 306 Main St., Little Rock, the first west-of-the-Mississippi outlet of a Memphis-based, three-restaurant mini-chain. Hours will be 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday; they'll offer free valet parking Tuesday-Saturday nights. The phone number is (501) 396-9175; menu and other details ...

MOVIE REVIEW: Bourne ... again

Here's a conundrum for all the aspiring screenwriters in the audience: How do you take a story about a character that's essentially already been completed, and re-engage your audience with a new story about mostly the exact same thing? Whatever answer you may come up with, I can assure you the "just rehash the best ...

Sharknado lurks, offers respite from politics

Tonight is the final night of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, so I can't say with certainty what will happen.

MUSIC SCENE: Little Rock Metroplex goes country with show by Deana Carter

Country singer Deana Carter, plus opening acts Bailey Hefley and Ashley McBryde, will perform at 7:30 p.m. today at the Metroplex in Little Rock. Tickets are $25.

Batesville museum covers 19th century onward

In the 19th century, many Arkansas mothers were farm wives who needed to spend long hours helping husbands in the fields while also minding their babies. So how did they manage that double duty?

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