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Today's the day: Whole hog roast and more on fine fall afternoon in Argenta

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You could hardly ask for a better day than today for our annual Whole Hog Roast. It's from 1 to 5 p.m. today at Argenta Plaza on Main Street in downtown North Little Rock. $15 (if you buy online in advance, or $20 at the gate) buys you all the smoked pork from competing amateur and pro teams you can eat, plus side dishes. Flyway brewery will be selling their suds.

Gates open at 1 p.m. fFood is served at 2. Winners announced at 3.

Live music from The Wildflower Review starts at 1:15, and the Goodtime Ramblers take the stage at 3.

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