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Re: “'Tales from the South' looking for new venues after closing of Starving Artist

I am heartbroken that we lost Starving Artist. N Little Rock has very few truly good restaurants and this was one of them. I called a friend to meet for lunch there and was shocked it was closed. Thank you to the owners and the staff for making it a place I was proud to take out of town friends and that I could eat a healthy lunch on this side of the river. And also, I send my regrets and condolences.

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Posted by Flowerlover on 06/10/2014 at 11:35 AM

Re: “"Past, Present, Future: Race Relations"

Past, Present, and Future: Race Relations” will be discussed by five very esteemed and dedicated speakers in a panel format on February 28 at 7:00 p.m. at a free public forum sponsored by UUCLR Presents. Each speaker will give their personal perspective on the topic including a brief description of their organization's work in this regard. Questions and answers will follow the presentation. The topic was chosen by a poll taken by guests at previous UUCLR Present events.

The panelists include Honorable Joyce Elliot, Arkansas State Senator, Dr. Michael Twyman, director of UALR’s Institute on Race and Ethnicity, Dr. Barclay Key, commissioner on Little Rock City Commission on Diversity, Ms. Elvon Reed, Education Director of the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center, and Ms. Maricella Garcia, J.D., Director of Catholic Immigration Services in Little Rock. Dr. Allan Ward, Professor Emeritus from the Department of Communication Studies at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, is the moderator for the panel.

UUCLR Presents organizes visiting lecturers and presentations which cover topics of current interest to the surrounding community. It is sponsored by Unitarian Universalist Church of Little Rock (UUCLR). The event is free and will be held at 1818 Reservoir Road. Light refreshments and drinks will be served. Since seating is limited, reservations to reserve seating and to be notified if there are any changes can be made by emailing  uuclrpresents@gmail.com.

Posted by Flowerlover on 02/23/2014 at 10:31 PM

Re: “Here's how a cooking school could work downtown

I like that we have Kitchen Co, Eggshell Kitchen and AR Extended Learning that offer cooking classes and are locally owned. I'd prefer to support our local stores and have them branch out rather than bring in a chain business that could hurt our local kitchen stores. They already do a great job with classes.

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Posted by Flowerlover on 01/13/2012 at 9:10 PM
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