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Becca Bona

Becca Bona
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A native of Little Rock, Becca Bona is extremely proud of the area’s emerging foodie scene. She likes to eat food, and if it’s good, enjoys photographing it as well. She agrees with Virginia Woolf – “One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.”
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This Friday marks a new installment of the Thea Foundation’s Art Department series featuring local artist Michael Shaeffer. Catch the opening reception from 6 – 9 p.m. at the foundation’s gallery in Argenta. For $10 at the door you get heavy hors d’oeuvres, beer and wine, and the chance to …

For a little over a year, Maddox’s Heather Baber called Argenta home. Tonight, however, she will open her doors at her new location in the Pleasant Ridge Shopping Center. “I will miss my Argenta family, but with this new opportunity I’ll be able to do some new things,” says Baber. …

Have you heard the latest from John Burnette? His new untitled album went live this weekend and trust us, you need to give it a listen. Burnette, an Arkansas native and long time musician, has crafted a lyrically driven collection of songs that are pleasant on the ears – and …

Get ready to bust a gut with the Arkansas Repertory Theatre’s 41st season opener – “Spamalot.” While this is a must-see for Monty Python fans, it’s a great show for everyone. The musical comedy was originally adapted from the popular 1975 movie, “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” written by …

If acting out unscripted scenes based on off-the-cuff suggestions from an audience sounds fun, you, – like Rock City’s Matt DeCample – should probably be checking out your nearest improv group. DeCample has been part of a local group for over ten years now. They grace the Joint in Argenta …

If you’ve been to see a concert in and around Rock City, chances are good that you’ve seen Mark Colbert. Rather, you’ve heard the work of Mark Colbert. You see, there’s usually a mixing board between he and the public, and that’s just fine with him. He’s worked live sound …

You can’t miss the new storefront on 1218 Main Street that Electric Ghost Screen Printing is proud to call home. From the street, you’ll notice the many windows sporting varying levels of hanging plants, plus the neon sign mounted on the far wall with the company logo is bound to …

When was the last time you laughed? I don’t just mean a polite “ha, ha” that is required after a friend’s joke, I’m talking a nice, robust belly-laugh. If you can’t remember the last time you let loose, you should definitely make plans to catch “Hooking Up With The Second …

If you were to take Little Rock, flip it upside down and shake it around for a bit, a ton of talented people would fall out. We began looking around for artists and musicians to highlight about a year ago, and yet we’ve barely begun to chisel away at the …

With coffee cup in hand, Brandon Markin sits thoughtfully at Mugs Café, a film camera to his left and small notebook to his right. The Arkadelphia native is likely to engage you in a philosophical conversation about film, aesthetics, and story telling, if you let him. Throughout his life, Markin …

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