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January 5, 2006

Vol 3 • No 51

NO ARKANSAS TIMES THIS WEEK

The Arkansas Times takes a holiday the week of Jan. 5, but will resume normal publication Jan. 12. The Natives Guide to Pulaski County will appear in the place of the Times this week on newsstands in Pulaski County. But check the website daily for upda

I (heart) CHUCK

I must confess: I love Chuck Dovish. As a kid, I used to anxiously await each new installment of his “Travelin’ Arkansas” on KTHV, Ch. 11, like Christmas. Dovish seemed to possess the world’s greatest job: travelin’ around, free as a bird, exploring caves

Cornerstone is back

There has been some restaurant drama on the 300 block of Main Street in North Little Rock’s Argenta district.

Surprises abound

‘They’re Playing Our Song’ Robinson Center Music Hall Feb. 3

Cox launches fellowship show

A first-of-its-kind exhibit of work by artists who’ve received Arts Council fellowships during the past 20 years will open Friday, Feb. 10, with a reception from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Cox Creative Center. The reception is one of several 2nd Friday Night

What's cooking-short reviews Feb. 9

What's cooking: Vieux Carre Short reviews: Blue Cake Company, Cornerstone Deli and Pub, Forbidden City.

An unholy alliance

It was nearing noon Monday at the bottom of the marbled stairway connecting the second and third floors of the state Capitol. Dennis Jungmeyer, noted car dealer lobbyist, rounded the corner and stopped to tell me, “There are 127 members of the state House

Transcript of Huckabee-Barnes exchange

This is a partial transcript of an 8-1/2 minute exchange between Gov. Mike Huckabee and moderator Steve Barnes on the Jan. 5 broadcast of “Arkansans Ask: Governor Mike Huckabee” on the Arkansas Educational Television Network.

‘Brokeback’ flawed, but still great

First of all, don’t feel like a right-wing creep if you get uncomfortable watching “Brokeback Mountain,” which will see its Little Rock pre-miere this Friday at Rave Colonel Glenn. It’s understandable.

‘Brokeback’ flawed, but still great

First of all, don’t feel like a right-wing creep if you get uncomfortable watching “Brokeback Mountain,” which will see its Little Rock pre-miere this Friday at Rave Colonel Glenn. It’s understandable.

TSO’s full house was mind-boggling

Menu teems at Deep Blue Agave

Jerry Barakat has delved into what he describes as authentic Mexican Caribbean seafood, and more, at Blue Agave Grill.

What's cooking, Jan. 11

Michelangelo's opening delayed.
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