The open line and video headline roundup. Also, a marijuana measure for 2016 has already been rejected by the attorney general. They'll be back.
A lawyer has said petitions submitted for a statewide vote on retail alcohol sales in all 75 counties were submitted to late under the Arkansas Constitution and cannot be certified.
The Arkansas Association of Two-Year Colleges has begun a search for people who've earned or almost earned associate's degrees but might not know it.
Only old timers will know the name Y.A. Tittle. Hell, he's even old to me. But I was an LSU fan and he was famous as a quarterback there before he became a Hall of Fame NFL quarterback, forever famous for a bloodied photograph following a critical interception in a championship game.
Tonight: Quapaw Quarter Figure Drawing Group; Southern artists, student artists, fabric jewelry art demonstration, all in Argenta tonight from 5-8 p.m.
In 1967, a North Little Rock group, The Villagers, released a cryptic early psychedelic record called “LSD” under the name Suspension of Belief. The song is a mix of non-sequitur lyrics, a haunting folk guitar ballad and orchestral sound clips interspersed throughout in an early example of sampling. When the group recorded it, they had no idea that producer George Whitaker, the owner of Zay-Dee records, would transform their psychedelic folk song into a swirling operatic wonder.
The fifth annual Savor the City kicks off Aug. 1 for Little Rock Restaurant Month, when eateries will provide discounts and specials to promote their chow.
With this unusually cool weather lately, I hope you all have been getting out and eating on some patios. I know we have. So, let's get on with our feedback.
Samantha's Tap Room and Wood Grill, Cheers in the Heights, Chris Tanner, Samantha Tanner
The Arkansas Press Association had a one-hour gubernatorial debate at its convention in Hot Springs last week. /more/
The idea that lowering the taxes of businessmen and people with lots of money will /more/