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Open line: Donnie Ferneau heading to Argenta

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We'll open the reader line with some food news:

* FERNEAU TO ARGENTA: Chef Donnie Ferneau has leased the former Argenta Market space at 521 Main in North Little Rock for his Good Food by Ferneau, a takeout and catering operation. His Facebook says  ate to come on move from his current home in the Pulaski Heights Presbyterian Church on Woodlawn in Little Rock. A hanger steak dinner below is among his recent offerings. I don't know how this fits with some previously announced Ferneau plans for a sit-down restaurant.

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