Thanks to World Central Kitchen, the Clinton Foundation, the Little Rock School District and a broad coalition of local players, all Little Rock kids have access to free food on a daily basis.
Apr 3, 2020 12:41pm
From the Arkansas Blog
Asa joins a Democratic govenror on Meet the Press.
The lone is open, following the news from a masked man,.
He also issued an order banning rental of hotel/motel/short-term rental space to recreational travelers from out of state.
For now, governor's wishes or no, Sunday service is on at Awaken Church in Jonesboro
More than 160 full- and part-time workers go off the clock Monday.
Will school resume in Arkansas April 17. I doubt it. We'll find out Monday.
A Friday night political massacre by Donald Trump amid the growing death toll from a crisis he's mismanaged.
The death count rises to 14.
DWI check leads to discovery of personal with fatal gunshot wound.
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
SXSW is turning the film festival selections it had slated for its now-canceled 2020 lineup into an online festival.
"I kind of lean towards beauty — to me, beauty carries more weight," Adewumi said. "Women have some kind of energy. … To me, they speak volumes more."
CALS launches curbside pickup at the Main and Terry Library branches.
We talk with Matt White, co-owner of the storied White Water Tavern, about the bar's hiatus.
Check out the (mostly) Little Rock outfit The Romany Rye on the new season of Netflix's "Ozark."
Arkansas musicians and venue owners talk about the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the music industry.
We talked to five people in (and around) the beauty and grooming industry about COVID-19-related closures, and about what they see coming in the months ahead.
Where to watch sports in a (mostly) sports-less world.
The legendarily long-running poetry series in Hot Springs goes live tonight at 7 p.m. CST on the WNP Facebook page, with "video poems" from over 40 poets near and far presented as a "virtual open mic."
Holed up at home? Might as well make a movie.
From Eat Arkansas
Arkansas Cinema Society is buying up gift certificates from local restaurants to turn into prizes for a trivia series that celebrates ACS' third year.
Arlton Lowry of Few.io, Shannon and Brooks Tipton of Electric Ghost/Phantom Palm and the Downtown Little Rock Partnership are linking up to help out-of-work or underemployed service industry workers.
My favorite thing to eat in Little Rock right now is the baleada con todo from El Sur, Luis Vasquez’s Honduran food truck often found (in normal times) in the South Main neighborhood.
Six days ago, Sanford put out a call on his social media platforms offering to do five free shots of plated food for Central Arkansas restaurants in need of some enticing promotional material.
Capi Peck — city director for West Little Rock’s Ward 4 and the “self-taught good cook” behind Trio’s Restaurant — has launched a “meal train” to feed medical and support staff at Briarwood Nursing Center, a senior care facility on Rodney Parham Road that’s currently beset by an outbreak of COVID-19.
Add The Root Cafe to a growing list of restaurants modifying their operations for increased curbside and delivery service.
Downtown Little Rock's Copper Grill, for one, is channeling donations from a GoFundMe campaign to help make meals for first responders during the coronavirus crisis.
Downtown Little Rock Partnership launched a "virtual tip jar" Friday, compiling the Venmo and Paypal accounts of Little Rock service industry workers to give them a boost during financially dubious times.
If you're having trouble finding pantry staples and fresh produce at the big box grocery stores, might we suggest you patronize a local establishment like Heights Corner Market or Sam's Oriental?
I’ve been waiting tables for 13 years, and I’ve never been scared to go to work. As the virus is spreading throughout the country and Arkansas, I wanted to talk to other service industry workers here in Little Rock about how they’ve been feeling, and what changes their restaurants or bars have had to make to try to deal with this pandemic.