The courtroom erupted into applause from both sides Friday afternoon as the jury reached its verdict. Dennis Rainey was found guilty of criminal mischief in the second degree for trimming trees on Central Arkansas Water property in 2021, and he was fined $1,000. No jail time will be served.
Gov. Sarah Sanders announced late Friday afternoon that Mike Mills, the secretary of the state’s Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism since only December 2022, is “[stepping] away from the administration” and will be replaced by Arkansas State Parks Director Shea Lewis.
Little Rock Moms Demand Action is hosting a Wear Orange community event this Sunday with Keyon Neely, the founder of the Kids U R Everything youth intervention program. The event will be from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Awareness Center, 900 S. Pine St. and will include food, kids activities, speakers and gun violence prevention resources.
The Rep’s final production of the 2022-2023 season is another look at what happens behind the scenes among co-workers, but the setting this time is the kitchen of a truck stop diner outside of Reading, Pennsylvania.
In addition to convincing doom metal luminaries Pallbearer to play their first hometown gig in over two years, Mutants of the Monster is bringing an insane amount of talent to venues across North Little Rock this weekend.
Getting to hear just one of these world-class artists speak would be enough to justify attendance, so the fact that all three of them will be in the same room means you’ve got no excuse. Come out on Thursday, June 1.
The newly updated, posh spot by Fidel & Co coffee shop owner Fidel Samour’s restaurant concept group Remolinos LLC boasts about 4,000 square feet and features a butcher shop, fresh greens station, bakery, artisan pizza station, full bar and grab-and-go market.
Ronnie Woo, chef and author of "Did You Eat Yet?," is giving a virtual talk tonight as part of CALS' Six Bridges Presents series. The program starts at 6:30 p.m. and will be moderated by local food writer Joel DiPippa.
Terri Lynn's BBQ and Delicatessen, the longstanding lunch spot serving up barbecue, specialty hot dogs and a variety of sandwiches on Rodney Parham Road, announced today the transfer of ownership from Aaron Hether and Kristin Hether to long-time customers Tim Jackson and Tracy Jackson.
Eat My Catfish has set an opening date for its second Little Rock restaurant in the Riverdale Shopping Center at 2516 Cantrell Road. Prior to the public opening Friday, June 2, Eat My Catfish announced it will serve free meals to Central Arkansas tornado victims and first responders out of the new Riverdale spot Thursday, June 1.
In the May edition of Cornucopia, The Mighty Rib discovers a new field trip-worthy pizzeria in White Hall, finds a new appreciation for one of Little Rock's best turkey sandwiches, lists his top 10 restaurant nachos in Central Arkansas and continues to dream about the wildly addictive fried potatoes at Little Rock's newest food hall.