What's Cooking, Oct. 8 

Panera Bread is expanding its Central Arkansas holdings. It will open next summer in the new community development in Conway, the Village at Hendrix.


Terri Lynn's BBQ and Delicatessen is celebrating 50 years in business on Thursday, Oct. 15, with an assortment of $.50 menu items.


On the day of the Komen Race for the Cure, Saturday, Oct. 17, dozens of local restaurants, including Bosco's, Boulevard Bread, Copper Grill, Cregeen's, Juanita's, Whole Hog, Vieux Carre and ZaZa, will donate a portion of their food sales to the Arkansas affiliate of the Susan Komen Foundation.


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