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DINING OUT: Grounds for a benefit: Our House fundraiser set up on lawn of Terry Mansion

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Dinner on the Grounds was held on the front lawn of the Terry Mansion on May 11. This is the 13th year for the spring fundraiser for Our House.

ROVER ON THE RUNWAY: Putting on the dog: Models strut stuff

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Some of the furry four-legged models at Paws on the Runway on May 10 walked across the runway, some of the smaller ones were carried and one decided not to walk across at all. But nobody minded -- as they were all adorable. The 11th annual fashion show with the theme Vanity Fur was held at Next Level Events and was a fundraiser for CARE, an animal rescue organization.

FRESH FOOD: Move indoors fine with Lettuce set

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Rain may have moved the party indoors, but it didn't stop the festivities on May 4 at Lettuce Grow -- a fundraiser for the St. Joseph Center of Arkansas in North Little Rock.

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posted: 05/19/2018 1:46 a.m. Discuss

Honeywell Portable Air Conditioner

THE HORSES ARE AT THE GATE: Garden party: Guests wear their finest for 7th annual Seersucker Social and Derby Day

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A Southern-style garden party was held on the lawn of the Old State House Museum on May 5, combining the seventh annual Seersucker Social and Derby Day.

OPEN HOUSE: Fundraiser honors Judge Barry Hyde

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Angela and Dexter Doyne opened their home in the College Station community of Little Rock on May 6 for a reception honoring Pulaski County Judge Barry Hyde. The afternoon event, hosted by the Progressive League of College Station, was also a fundraiser for the league's programs.

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Houseplants for a Healthy Home

Church making pastas, pastries at furious pace

posted: 05/06/2018 2:41 a.m. Discuss

An annual spring tradition for many Arkansans is to head to Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church for the International Greek Food Festival to enjoy some amazing food and culture.

BLUES PARTY: The royal treatment: Former scholarship winners cast shades of past at Thea Foundation fundraiser

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Blue was the color of the evening at the Thea Foundation's gala celebrating the arts April 28: a blue carpet rolled out for guests, blue specialty cocktails and guests attired in shades from indigo to turquoise. The fourth annual fundraiser, Into the Blue, was held at the Center for the Humanities and Arts at the University of Arkansas at Pulaski Tech in North Little Rock.

POWER COUPLE: UALR food event caters to 2 alumni

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Alfred Williams and Elaine Eubank were feted for their longtime support of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock on April 26 at the 15th annual Taste of Little Rock held in the Jack Stephens Center at UALR.

REST IN PEACE: Guests at historic cemetery picnic among the headstones

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The spring weather was perfect for a picnic, and the flowers and landscaping among the tombstones made a beautiful backdrop for the annual picnic on the grounds of Mount Holly Cemetery on April 29. The cemetery fundraiser, R.I.P Restore in Perpetuity, was hosted by the Mount Holly Cemetery Association.

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posted: 05/05/2018 1:51 a.m. Discuss

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DOUBLE DIAMONDS: Ringgold medalist

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Queen of Cuisine Mary Beth Ringgold successfully defended her title as Diamond Chef Arkansas on April 19. The annual Iron Chef type competition was held at the University of Arkansas-Pulaski Technical College's Culinary Arts and Hospitality Institute.

WELCOMING A FIRST LADY: Laura Bush lectures, dines at Harding University event

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Former first lady Laura Bush was welcomed to Harding University in Searcy on April 16 with a private reception and dinner. She was at the university as part of the school's American Studies Institute Lecture Series.

PORTIS PARTY: Arkansas' True Grit author celebrated

posted: 04/29/2018 2:21 a.m. Discuss

It was an evening celebrating Charles Portis and the 50th anniversary of his novel True Grit at Music, Voices & Double-Rectified Busthead: A True Grit Variety Show. The April 21 event was held at Central Arkansas Library System's Ron Robinson Theater.

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