Monthly Archives: August 2015

The Culturalist

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ZELLA DAY AT JUANITA’S  | SEPT. 14

LITTLE ROCK | Before the music videos and nationwide tours, there was a 9-year-old Zella Day singing and strumming at a coffee shop owned by her grandmother in the map-dot town of Pinetop,

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All Squared Away

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The year was 2002. Robert Ford and his wife, actor Amy Herzberg, found themselves in the audience of a touring production of Michael Frayn’s play Copenhagen—essentially, a long conversation pinging around German physicist Werner Heisenberg—at the Walton Arts Center …

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Good Tasting

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Local Lime, Little Rock

Something funny happened on the way to work this morning. We saw leaves falling. And there’s no better way to celebrate the return of our favorite season than by sipping on a nip

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Geared Forward

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In 2006, the inauguration of the 4,226-foot, Arkansas River-spanning Big Dam Bridge brought with it the Big Dam Bridge 100—a grueling, meandering century ride and a cyclist’s yardstick of ability. A decade later, thousands of riders from across the country

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Style Setters

 

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Ermenegildo Zegna suit, $3,095; Bigi Cravatte tie, $155; The Independent private label custom shirt, $165. All are available at The Independent in Little Rock and Rogers

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“Plumbing”

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LK Sukany | 2011 | Oil, acrylic and charcoal on canvas

Early on they were dark like this, had more grays and blacks and darker hues. Then over time, making a sharp break maybe about two-thirds the way in

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Water Work

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It’s a perfect day to be on the water.

The June sun is bright and cheerful and has yet to take on midsummer’s ferocity. By all accounts, Lake Norrell, just north of Benton, should be full of fishermen and pleasure

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Casting a spell

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Walking down Birmingham’s tree-lined avenues or driving past its youthful restaurants, boutiques and breweries, it’s strange to think that, for many reasons, this city shouldn’t exist. In fact, for much of Alabama’s storied history, it didn’t. There was no river

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Eureka Springs

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am a cheater.

When given the opportunity to follow Zeek Taylor—award-winning watercolorist, published author and the first gay man to be legally married in the state of Arkansas—around Eureka Springs for a day, I sneak up the night before

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The Plan

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Design Resources

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