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Friday, April 24, 2015

Eat Arkansas removes pay wall

Posted By on Fri, Apr 24, 2015 at 10:37 AM

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As of today, all Eat Arkansas content is free again, with no view limits and no limits on comments. So go nuts.

What I hope will happen from this change is that by opening the doors to everyone again, we can work together to build the sort of food community that Little Rock (and all of Arkansas) deserves. To that end, we're not only pushing the fact that everything on this blog is free again, but I'd also like to promote our Restaurant Guide as yet another way for you to make your voices heard. The guide is set up much like Yelp or Urbanspoon—you all can leave reviews of your favorite restaurants through a 1-5 star rating system as well as leave your own opinions in the comments section. You'll see some more talk about this in days to come.

Welcome home, Arkansas—enjoy all this tasty freedom.

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