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Ballet alive in spring concert

Ballet Arkansas proved yet again that dance is alive and pirouetting in the Natural State with its annual spring concert Friday night, which included a splendid staging of George Balanchine's Who Cares? as the headliner. If "who cares?" is more than just a rhetorical question, then the answer would ...

Return visit sweet at Chuy's

When Chuy's first arrived in central Arkansas at its west Little Rock location at 16001 Chenal Parkway two years ago, we were wowed.

Fortysomething pair risk alienation as they pursue lost youth

Noah Baumbach has been documenting his own life passage in narrative films ever since his post-college debut, 1995's Kicking and Screaming, so it makes all kinds of sense that his new film posits the disconcerting conundrum of the mid-40s adult who finds his life becoming ever more staid, even as the desire to retain the ...

Ballet alive in spring concert

Ballet Arkansas proved yet again that dance is alive and pirouetting in the Natural State with its annual spring concert Friday night, which included a splendid staging of George Balanchine's Who Cares? as the headliner.

Museum, store preserve legend of radio comics

In the 1930s, Arkansans Chester Lauck and Norris Goff ranked among America's most famous radio personalities. Millions of listeners across the nation tuned in faithfully to their comedy show.

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