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  • Tamalittle offers up pastes (savory stuffed pastries, a central Mexican specialty)

    If you've ever spent time in central Mexico, there's a good chance you fell in love with pastes, a savory stuffed pastry a bit like the British Cornish pasty — or like an empanada, with the difference being that the innards aren't precooked. A new Mexican joint in West Little Rock specializing in pastes just opened last Friday. Tamalittle will be serving up pastes stuffed with mole, chicken tinga, potatoes and chorizo, beans and chorizo, and cochinita (slow-roasted pulled pork). Plus a selection of tamales. Sounds delicious.
    • Apr 8, 2014
  • Living history

    A friend of The Observer who works at the Arkansas Studies Institute just down the street from the Fortress of Employment sent us a link the other day to what we believe to be some of the most moving home video footage ever shot in the state: a soundless, 2-minute, 42-second clip that has been buried in its archives for a while now.
    • Mar 13, 2014
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Re: “Chinese pet treat company to open $5 million facility in Danville

Chicken from here or imported? That is bad - I will only buy pet treats made in America - guess I won't be buying anymore. Have to make my own.

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Posted by Mam on 04/17/2017 at 2:11 PM

Re: “Tuesday's open line. And some comment

I just found out the answer!
Following the Civil War... The changing landscape of Woodruff County during this time was prominently and literally marked by one former slave named Wade Antney who lived in the Fitzhugh area. After emancipation, Mr. Antney was given the land he had previously worked as a slave, and became a well-respected farmer. To celebrate his emancipation and mark his land, he carved a large black mans head out of an old tree stump on the corner of his property at the crossroads outside of Fitzhugh on the road to Augusta. That location was known for many years as Nigger Head Corner. Wow!

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Posted by Mam on 03/14/2017 at 8:30 PM

Re: “Tuesday's open line. And some comment

Max or anyone who knows about this --- I drove between Newport and Augusta today and encountered a corner that was called with a big road sign - Negro Head Corner. What??? I googled it but couldn't find the reason it is called this! Driving between Newport and Augusta was kind of nice til I saw that sign. I also saw that Augusta High School has a Confederate flag flying. Not so nice after all.

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Posted by Mam on 03/14/2017 at 7:37 PM

Re: “Officer hit by car, suspect wounded in Sherwood chase

Or in the White County Jail for not paying misdemeanor fines and be badly injured and lay on the floor vomiting and seizing for 3 hours while deputies watch before being taken to the hospital.

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Posted by Mam on 12/21/2016 at 7:38 PM

Re: “More anti-immigrant legislation: bill would defund colleges with 'sanctuary' policies

This makes me so sick that these supposed educated men who run our ledge don't have anything to do but go after kids. No other legislation that would BENIFIT the state -just hurt people who are (not us).

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Posted by Mam on 12/09/2016 at 3:15 PM

Re: “Sunday's open line

Hope Vanessa is going to do well! Made my day to hear "one fine day" - 1962 HS graduate that I am. Really brought back the memories. Thanks Max.

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Posted by Mam on 10/24/2016 at 7:43 AM

Re: “Nasty women rise up against The Deplorable Donald

I just ordered a tshirt which I will proudly wear in MAUELLE!! I will probably be tarred and feathered but I don't care!!! In Oak Grove I will probably be shot but I don't care!!

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Posted by Mam on 10/22/2016 at 6:30 PM

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