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Harrison and Cabot, cities with overwhelmingly white populations and ugly racial histories, both held peaceful Black Lives Matter demonstrations Thursday.
Jun 5, 2020 11:40am
From the Arkansas Blog
On this week's podcast, Max Brantley and Lindsey Millar talk about demonstrations and protests in Little Rock and in cities across Arkansas, terrible Tom Cotton and a COVID-19 spike in the state.
Five people employed by the Consulate of Mexico have tested positive for COVID-19 and are active cases.
A fairly calm Friday but plenty more COVID-19 cases.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson's daily coronavirus briefing
The earth shakes in athletics. the Hogs will play other Arkansas schools. With one significant exception.
A new prison case in Calico Rock.
Little Rock Mayor Frank Scott Jr. announced that the city's curfew would shift from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. through the weekend. He said the city intended to lift the curfew all together Monday, but would officially make that announcement Monday.
Wilie Mae Harris is free after 34 years in prison.
Ebony Blevins covered last night's peaceful demonstration at the State Capitol for the Arkansas Times. The event ended before Little Rock's 8 p.m. curfew.
UA Little Rock Receives $62,000 Donation To Create Scholarship For Real Estate Majors UA Little Rock
Chancellor Drale, Oliverio, Stewart Honored For Supporting Military Student At UA Little Rock UA Little Rock
From Rock Candy
Little Rock native and hip-hop artist Solo Jaxon is finding himself behind the megaphone in Los Angeles demonstrations.
Pallbearer, The Natural State's darlings of symphonic doom metal, are donating 100 percent of all proceeds from Bandcamp sales on Friday, June 5 to the Black Lives Matter global network.
Kat Wilson's Quarantine Habitats project extends the invitation to anyone with a camera to view themselves in a new light through the composition of a self-portrait in an intimate space.
Ticketed and timed entry and a limit on people in the museums.
A new EP and short film, "Black Glow Matters," is out from Crystal C. Mercer, along with music from Amos Cochran, Joshua Asante, Princeaus and blues performer Ben Brenner.
A pandemic parody from Downtown Little Rock Partnership and a host of local musicians.
Arkansas gets two mentions in a speech that caps off Netflix's mini-series "Waco."
June additions for your stay-at-home calendar.
Stay home if you can, be safe, do stuff like this.
Attention artists: The Arkansas Times is publishing the Arkansas Coloring Book this summer, and is issuing a call for entries for line drawings to go in the book!
From Eat Arkansas
With an assist from the University of Arkansas’s Division of Agricultural Cooperative Extension, we’ve compiled information on some of the many markets in Arkansas.
Chef Peter Brave and his crew are open for business after a two-month pandemic hiatus.
La Hacienda’s Benton location reversed course this week on re-opening its dining room after patrons refused to wear masks in accordance with state directives.
We talked with six local restaurant owners about how they’re planning to proceed with Monday's lift on dining room closures.
Three Fold Noodles + Dumpling Co. has arrived at its new location in Riverdale on Rebsamen Park Road — just not the way it originally planned. Instead of being in a brand new building, it's in a trailer on wheels.
Visiting may feel a little different than your standard farmers market visit: hands off the produce, please.
We talk with Little Rock restaurant scene staple Georges Launet about pizza, the pandemic and what it was like to close Hill Station 10 weeks after its much-anticipated opening.
Add Art Is In Cakes to the list of non-big box grocery options in Little Rock.
How small farmers and producers are managing amid the pandemic.