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Anthony Marc Perrone

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Marc Perrone describes the benefits of union membership this way: "If you want to go somewhere fast, go by yourself. If you want to go long-distance, go with a group."

Game on!

posted: 07/23/2017 2:07 a.m. Discuss

Tony and Katrina Dunnick needed a moment to catch their breath as they stood in the parking lot of Lamar Porter Field.

House restoration part of saving black history

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Cheryl Batts remembers the Hot Springs neighborhood from her childhood as being inhabited by professionals with well-maintained houses and neat lawns. Children played outside, and neighbors looked out for one another.


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About 200 service men and women in dress uniform and civilians in suits and gowns enjoyed a fun-filled evening raising money for Camp Alliance. The event, Boots and Bowties, was July 14 at Four Points by Sheraton.

She walked into his life as a carhop 61 years ago

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Charles Burns didn't go to the Snow Queen drive-in for the curbside service. He went for the walk -- Patricia Ann Brockwell's walk, that is.

LET'S TALK: Summers come, go in a blink

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So I thought I'd do my annual "end is near" rant a little earlier than usual.

On Books: Dystopian Amish tale brings tears to eyes

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It is good to be susceptible to simple beauty.

She combed through attics to create her own style

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She is 28, but an old 28. While many of her peers, including those who were showing alongside her recently during New York Fashion Week: Men's, are scrambling, Bode's pace is slower. Five floors above Clinton Street, in her warrenlike studio and apartment, Bode has her stockpiles and her scissors, and operates more like a midcentury dressmaker than many of her fellow designers. Her business, only a year old, is still heavily weighted toward private clients; she has, at the moment, designs in two stores in Japan (including one of the best, United Arrows) and one in Vancouver, British Columbia. She has to keep her reach small, she explained: Her collection is built around antique and deadstock fabrics that she finds, from heirloom family quilts to African country cloths, and they are not infinitely extensible.


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Several professional athletes, all of whom are products of Boys & Girls Clubs, were among those who celebrated the centennial anniversary of the Boys & Girls Club of Central Arkansas on July 13. The event, dubbed the 100 Year Homecoming and Alumni Celebration, took place at the Metroplex in Little Rock.

The TV Column: Dark misfits find hometown in Midnight, Texas

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Midnight, Texas, debuts at 9 p.m. Monday on NBC. Don't look for the town on any map.

HELPING THEM REACH THE TOP: Pundits give life tips to teen city workers

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Participants in the city of Little Rock's Summer Youth Employment Program benefited a second year from the Inclusion & Multicultural 700 Youth Empowerment Summit, presented to them by Supha Xayprasith-Mays and held July 13 in the Chenal Country Club ballroom.

Prine just fine with his timing

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John Prine, a 70-year-old former mailman from Chicago, is the hippest writer in Nashville and still in demand. Prine has become an affable songwriter for many of Nashville's talented young artists, including country rebel Sturgill Simpson, Americana darlings Jason Isbell and his wife, Amanda Shires, and rocker Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys.

CREATIVE CABARET: Show funds to aid LGBTQ homeless

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There was a little something for everyone at Lucie's Place Cabaret, which took the stage July 17 at The Studio Theater in Little Rock. The family-friendly fundraiser featured music, dancing and poetry, all for the benefit of Lucie's Place, which serves young adult members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) community.

BINGO MADNESS: Bash gives revelers access to some big prizes, big fun

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Groans, moans, cheers and jeers greeted every call of a Bingo ball during Access Group Inc.'s 11th annual Bingo Bash, held July 13 at Our Lady of the Holy Souls Catholic Church. Masters of ceremonies were KTHV's Craig O'Neill and Tyler "Moose" Bjornson from radio station KLAL-FM, Alice 107.7.

Spin Cycle: While state cooks, 3 Arkansans make TV splash

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We've reached that sweltering point in the summer when it's too hot to do anything but camp out on the couch.

MALE CALL: Ties 3 inches wide current mens fashion

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Q. I'm thinking of the knit ties you recently mentioned when I ask if summer ties are supposed to be the same width as other ties? What is the current exact width rule and what is too thin or too wide to continue to wear?

ENTERTAINMENT NOTES: Tedeschi Trucks Band joins brewers at Craft for Causes

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The Tedeschi Trucks Band, on its Wheels of Soul tour, performs at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Walmart AMP, 5079 W. Northgate Road, Rogers. The Wood Brothers and Hot Tuna will be the opening acts. The Tedeschi Trucks Band has partnered with Craft For Causes, a nonprofit that pairs the craft brew industry with music groups to support charitable causes. Doors open at 6 p.m. Tickets are $31-$75.50 plus fees. Call (479) 443-5600 or visit

Foster family adopts 18-year-old

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FRESNO, Calif. -- Tears of joy fill Tex Petersen's eyes as he waits outside a courtroom in Fresno County Superior Court on a recent summer day.

A JOB WELL DONE: Commission bids farewell to director Robert Phelps

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Robert Phelps, also known as Bob, got a send-off that included several varieties of trail mix ... and some barbecuing utensils that took on lives of their own.

Oahu quality time

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"Could this be more perfect?"

DEAR ABBY: 'Entitled' son-in-law's ways irk the one who feeds him

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DEAR ABBY: Our son-in-law, "Brody," has a very different lifestyle than ours and the one in which we raised our daughter. I pointed it out to her while they were dating, and she was not pleased. I decided to say no more and try to accept him as best as possible, although I admit my husband has been better at it than I have.

TRAVEL IN EUROPE: Norway trip opened up teen's eyes

posted: 07/23/2017 1:59 a.m. Discuss

I'll never forget my first trip to Europe. I was a gangly 14-year-old, dragged to the old country by a conspiracy of grandparents and parents solely to visit Norwegian relatives. I didn't want to go. It just didn't make sense.

Tell Me About It: Boyfriend's mom abusive

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DEAR CAROLYN: I've been dating my boyfriend for about 31/2 years and we are moving in together. I'm 38 and he's 35. Everyone in his family has been so welcoming to me and is happy we're doing this.

Horoscopes by Holiday

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Happy birthday. Those obsessed with being perpetually, perfectly positive will accomplish the opposite. Be instead obsessed with enjoying yourself. You'll have a fantastic energetic match in August, and you'll make money and have fun with this person all year. Your work will win awards in September. There's a windfall in January.

Giving back

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