posted: 03/04/2014 4 a.m.
The second celebration of relationships gone bad, Back in Black: The Return of the Black Hearts Ball, at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art drew a crowd of more than 400 for the anti-Valentine's Day festivities on Feb. 15.
posted: 03/02/2014 3:20 a.m.
In the early afternoon of Aug. 31, 2005, a wide-eyed National Guardsman approached a cluster of cots in the corridor of the New Orleans Arena, home to the NBA Pelicans. Two days earlier, Hurricane Katrina had hit New Orleans.
posted: 03/02/2014 3:16 a.m.
Being diagnosed with cancer is heartbreaking. Experiencing radiation and chemotherapy is frightening. Having to travel hundreds of miles to seek medical help in an unfamiliar city is daunting — and that’s not taking into consideration the cost of being away from home.
posted: 03/02/2014 3:14 a.m.
It was a standing room only crowd Feb. 21 in the Great Hall of the Clinton Presidential Center for a sneak peek at Champion Trees, an Arkansas Educational Television Network documentary that will premiere at 7 p.m. Monday.
posted: 03/02/2014 3:13 a.m.
For some, romance blossoms with a fleeting glance. For Eva Peters and James Bakalekos, it started with a hard stare.
posted: 03/02/2014 3:12 a.m.
The good times couldn’t have rolled any “gooder” in New Orleans.
posted: 03/02/2014 3:11 a.m.
Music, a jalapeno eating contest, a kickball tournament, a chili cook-off and a kids zone — just count the ways attendees could get their kicks at the sixth annual Big Red Ball Charitable Foundation’s Chili With a Kick.
posted: 03/02/2014 3:11 a.m.
Observed via a handful of preliminary events last year, the 150th anniversary celebration of Little Rock’s Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church spilled over into 2014 with its postponed main event — a banquet that took place Feb. 23 in the Grand Ballroom of the Little Rock Marriott hotel.
posted: 03/02/2014 3:10 a.m.
For those keeping score, the House won 75 to 65 on Feb. 19 at the second annual Arkansas legislative basketball game, Hoops for Kids’ Sake, but the real victory went to the kids.
posted: 03/02/2014 3:09 a.m.
When Naomi Campbell first ventured in front of a camera to earn her keep there really was no such thing as a supermodel.
posted: 03/02/2014 3:06 a.m.
Matt Owen read Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 when he was in middle school. That’s more than 20 years ago. If you were a film documentarian and you wanted to begin the story of Feb. 21’s ADDY awards at the Arkansas Arts Center at the way-way back, you might start there.
posted: 03/02/2014 3:05 a.m.
You may have watched George Washington ride onto the floor of a packed hotel ballroom astride a white stallion. Or gaped as trapeze artists teetered high overhead in the big top.
posted: 03/02/2014 3:04 a.m.
Slowly but surely, men are being held to a higher fashion standard … and it’s about time.
posted: 03/02/2014 3:03 a.m.
DEAR ABBY: My nephew is getting married next year. I was very excited because I love him and I’m a baker. I had planned on making the groom’s cake as I did for his brother’s and sister’s weddings.
posted: 03/02/2014 3:02 a.m.
Jane Anne Alford, daughter of Jayne and John Alford of Fort Smith, and Max Paul Meggs, son of Shannon and Dr. Paul Meggs of Plano, Texas ; April 12.