Hot weather is here, and our thoughts are on ways to beat the heat. One way we particularly enjoy is the mojito. Learn to make this rum, lime and mint treat for yourself, or take a look at our suggestions for where to get the best mojitos in town. /more/
Natchez owner and executive chef Alexis Jones has announced that, due to low sales, the restaurant will be nixing its lunch and weekday dinner service.
The restaurant, which is located in the Tower Building at 323 Center Street in Little Rock, will still be open for Friday and Saturday dinner, and for Sunday brunch. The last day for lunch service was last Friday, May 22. /more/
A surprise announcement from Arkansas Fresh Bakery: They've teamed up with Butcher and Public chef Travis McConnell in order to expand the brand into butchery, charcuterie and a new level of dining. /more/
The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling today that same-sex marriage is constitutional, race and symbolism in the wake of Charleston, Gov. Asa Hutchinson and standardized testing and state Repubs getting Donald Trump as its keynote speaker for a big fundraising dinner — all covered on this week's podcast.
A boyish white supremacist's massacre of nine worshipers at a black Charleston, S.C., church reminds us that, much as we may wish it were not so here in the old Confederacy, William Faulkner was right when he wrote in "Requiem for a Nun": "The past is never dead. It's not even past."
Has any murdering terrorist ever failed more dramatically than Dylann Storm Roof? Like any punk with a gun, he managed to slaughter nine blameless African-American Christians at an historic church in Charleston, S.C. Intending to start a race war, he succeeded only in shocking the moral conscience of the state and nation.