Author archives: Becca Bona

Raise Your Glass for National Rum Day

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If you need an excuse to drink today, you can now enjoy a beverage or two in celebration of #NationalRumDay. Come five o'clock, it's safe to raise your glass in honor of the sweet liquid. Last year, writer Becca Bona chatted with a few notable bartenders around town so you could hear how they enjoy working with the spirit and ultimately whet your palate f[...]

Get to know Lindsay Heullit with Central Clinic for Women

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Welcome Dr. Lindsay Heulitt to Central Clinic for Women! Q: Where is your hometown? A: Fayetteville, AR. Q: Where did you graduate high school, undergraduate school, medical school and the years? A: I graduated high school from Fayetteville High School in 2003, from college at Baylor University in 2006, and from medical school at the University of Arka[...]

Reynolds Performance Hall Tickets on Sale

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It’s true that all the world’s a stage, but sometimes the best shows can be found right in your backyard. Luckily for Central Arkansas dwellers, the Donald W. Reynolds Performance Hall serves as a stronghold for a variety of performances. Since the first of August, tickets for the 2016/17 season have officially been on sale to the public. “We’ve had a gre[...]

Tonight: 2FAN Like a Pro

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How do you properly 2FAN? With good friends, great art, and a libation or two. Hop on a trolley and get going – we’ve mapped out all the stops. The Arkansas Capitol Corporation Group plays host to a live show tonight in the River Market, starting at 6:30 p.m. The presentation complements the current alternative photography exhibit, “All I Can See.” Organi[...]

The Art Center Brings Enamel Exhibits to Little Rock

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When was your last visit to the Arkansas Arts Center? It’s been a pretty busy summer season for the organization in terms of programming – including everything from an internet cat video festival to the 58th Delta Exhibition. That energy keeps rolling as autumn and the back-to-school season hit with two traveling enamel exhibits set to land in October – L[...]

AY & AMP Takes Part in #NobleSummit

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Today Noble Impact is hosting their three-day "Noble Impact Educator's Summit." AY & AMP is partnering with today's CTE Civic Innovation Challenge. Our team is participating. If you care about education take the corresponding survey. Teachers head here – https://goo.gl/forms/X2s1F0HFU3BAwL8z1. Students, parents, administrators  head here –https:[...]

"Gridiron" on the Docket at The Rep

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It's time for audience members to feel great again as The Arkansas Repertory Theatre kicks off the 2016-17 season with Gridiron first up on the docket. The show, a biennial music production spoofing Arkansas, national politics, and people, is put on by a group of legal professionals each year. This year there are an astounding 80 participants in the show [...]

Katrina Survivor Asks “Can Everybody Swim?”

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“Everything you’ve ever known is four feet deep in water. [...] The sound of that water is so wild, yet the world is so quiet. There’s no cars, there’s no music ... there’s nothing.” These are the words of Bruce Snow, a New Orleans native and Katrina survivor. Snow recently wrote a book – “Can Everybody Swim?” – detailing his real life tale of survival in[...]

Delight in Daiquiris at The Pizzeria at Terry's

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If you needed an excuse to have a cocktail on a Tuesday, it’s time to raise your glass. July 19 is National Daiquiri Day, and The Pizzeria at Terry’s Finer Foods has all your classic daiquiri needs covered. We sat down and talked with mixologist and head bartender Dillon Garcia to help get you in the spirit of things. AY: First off, tell us how long have [...]