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In this March 21, 2017 photo, Misty Copeland, first African-American female principal dancer with the American Ballet Theatre, poses during an interview at Steps on Broadway dance school in New York.

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In this March 21, 2017 photo, Misty Copeland, first African-American female principal dancer with the American Ballet Theatre, poses during an interview at Steps on Broadway dance school in New York.

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• For anyone who has binged by eating a whole box of doughnuts, ballerina Misty Copeland said she can relate. She's done it, too. "I used to bury my hurt in a box of Krispy Kremes," the dancer says in her new book, Ballerina Body, in which she aims to set readers on the right path to getting t...

Restaurant Transitions: Hawgz Blues Cafe to open in ex-U.S. Pizza spot; The Meteor coffee shop/bakery sets May opening

Hawgz Blues Cafe is going into the former Aydelotte's/U.S. Pizza mansion, 5524 John F. Kennedy Blvd., North Little Rock, with a March 31 soft opening, featuring "A Taste of Hawgz Blues Cafe"; a special April 4 "Celebration Day Honoring Dr. Rev. MLK Holiday in Arkansas"; and a grand opening slated for April 14. A building ...

MOVIE REVIEW: The once mighty 'Power Rangers' franchise comes roaring back with high-tech tweaks

Twenty years after the last Power Rangers theatrical release, the sci-fi series returns with an updated visual style and reconfigured storyline, as the Saban Entertainment property moves from 20th Century Fox to Lionsgate. Unlike the TV program (still running after 24 seasons), the feature films faded away after 1997's Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie, the ...

Networks offer new fare for basketball weary

March Madness continues tonight and Friday on CBS, TBS and TNT, with regional semifinals trimming the teams to the Sweet 16. For those whose brackets are already shattered, other stuff on TV may hold more interest.

Cabot museum's exhibit remembers area WWI veterans

Decorative quilts are an American tradition. Local museums in the Natural State often display one or more of these folk-art creations from bygone days, when quilting was a widely shared women's pastime.

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