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There’s nothing like the thrill of experiencing a new restaurant and tasting its food for the first time. That’s especially true for outstanding restaurants like Cypress Social.
As students return to the University of Arkansas campus for the fall semester, another staple of the famed Dickson St. has reopened its doors: Dickson Street Bookshop.
For this week’s Woman Wednesday, AY About You highlights Regina Taylor, the chief community initiatives officer for the Arkansas Foodbank.
It’s been a long time coming, but Little Rock’s Samantha’s Tap Room & Wood Grill has announced it is reopening to the public this month. The popular local eatery has been closed since March 17 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
While most schools reopened for onsite learning in Arkansas last week, some students are learning remotely through online classes. It can be difficult to stay motivated even under normal circumstances, so AY About You is sharing a few tips to help for this Wellness Wednesday.
Little Rock Mayor Frank Scott Jr. declared on Wednesday, Sept. 2 that the city was launching a revitalization initiative for Asher Avenue, specifically the area east of I-630 and south of I-30.
The Arkansas Society of Professional Journalists has been nominated by its national umbrella organization as a finalist in the ‘Small Chapter of the Year’ category.