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Restaurant Transitions: James is no longer at the Mill

posted: 08/17/2017 1:52 a.m. Discuss

James at the Mill has closed. The fine-dining establishment that opened in 1994 inside the Inn at the Mill in Johnson, outside Fayetteville, focused on chef Miles James.

Restaurant at Market hits, misses

posted: 08/17/2017 1:51 a.m. Discuss

In the Heights, the restaurants come and go, talking of Michelangelo ...


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HIGH PROFILE: Annette Howard Dove

posted: 08/13/2017 4:28 a.m. Discuss

Annette Dove has a big heart.

ENTERTAINMENT NOTES: Doctor Who special to roll at 6 movie theaters in state

posted: 08/13/2017 4:28 a.m. Discuss

"RiffTrax Live: Doctor Who -- The Five Doctors," a special feature-length episode of Doctor Who, with riffs from Michael J. Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett of Mystery Science Theater 3000, shows up on big screens -- the Breckenridge 12 and Colonel Glenn 18 in Little Rock, the Tinseltown in Benton, the Conway Towne Cinema in Conway, the Razorback in Fayetteville and the Malco 12 in Fort Smith -- at 7 p.m. Thursday.

Restaurant Transitions: Starbucks takes over ex-Shogun space in Little Rock; new buffet in North Little Rock

posted: 08/10/2017 4:30 a.m. Discuss

If you've been wondering what might become of the dilapidated former Shogun Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar, 2815 Cantrell Road, Little Rock, which closed in April, we have the answer. Maumelle-based Holloway Engineering has filed an application for a zoning variance, stating that the applicant "would like to accomplish an upgrade of the existing [Shogun restaurant] through demolition and reconstruction of the lot for a Starbucks coffee shop." It would occupy 2,300 square feet, with, after some street buffering and parking variance, 23 parking spots. The Little Rock Board of Adjustment is expected to take it up at its Aug. 28 meeting.


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SPECIAL EVENT: 9-day Kaleidoscope Festival offers movies, LGBT culture

posted: 08/10/2017 1:47 a.m. Discuss

The Kaleidoscope Film Festival in its third year has morphed and expanded into an LGBT arts and culture festival.


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ENTERTAINMENT NOTES: 38-photo exhibition marks 60th year since school crisis

posted: 08/06/2017 2 a.m. Discuss

"Will Counts: The Central High School Photographs," a collection of 38 prints made from the original black-and-white negatives Counts shot during the integration of Little Rock Central High School in 1957-1959 while a photographer and editor at the Arkansas Democrat, opens Tuesday at the Arkansas Arts Center in MacArthur Park, 503 E. Ninth St., Little Rock.

RESTAURANT REVIEW + PHOTOS: Big flavor, tiny kitchen at Jacobs in North Little Rock

posted: 08/03/2017 4:30 a.m. Discuss

We're big fans of holes in walls. We've had, over these many years, plenty of fine meals in swanky high-end establishments, but we've relished even more the good eating we've done in tiny, unprepossessing joints where folks don't feel as if they have to impress customers with stylish silverware and uber-hip appetizers.


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Restaurant Transitions: Stoby’s planning grand reopening; Heights Taco & Tamale serving Sunday brunch

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Conway landmark Stoby's Restaurant, 805 Donaghey Ave., Conway, coming all the way back from a devastating March 19, 2016, fire, is planning its grand reopening, though co-owner Patti Stobaugh says she can't yet fix an exact date. In advance of that, it'll be conducting a friends-and-family soft opening and the public can get a first peek at a 5-8 p.m. Aug. 12 preview benefiting Haven House, a Conway shelter for girls, that will feature the full menu and bottomless cheese dip. There will be six seatings, 40 people per; tickets are $100, with all proceeds going to the nonprofit. Visit Hours once it reopens: 6 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday-Saturday; the phone number will once again be (501) 327-5447.


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Dickens, Sondheim on Argenta stage's expanded list

posted: 07/30/2017 2:22 a.m. Discuss

The Argenta Community Theater is doubling the number of productions on its 2017-2018 season, to include two musicals, two "straight" shows and an awards ceremony honoring local folks who have contributed to the performing arts.






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