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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 music and foodie scene. She currently serves as the managing editor of the Daily Record, and agrees with Virginia Woolf – “One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.”
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Start your weekend with sculpture. This Friday, April 22, don’t miss the 9th annual Sculpture at the River Market event. There is a ticketed Preview Party Friday at 6:30 p.m., in which you can view hundreds of sculptures from internationally recognized artists in the River Market Pavilions. The event features …

You might want to bring a box of tissues with you when you see the Arkansas Repertory Theatre’s “Bridges of Madison County.” Yes, you’re likely to shed a tear or two, but you’ll also laugh, sigh, and find yourself perched on the edge of your seat as you take in …

Handmade pottery coffee mugs, carved wooden cutting boards, shiny metal trinkets, and hiking gear are just a few of the things that make up the interior of Domestic Domestic on Kavanaugh. If you happen by on-foot, you’ll likely want to step in and stay a while, examining the endless treasures …

Local artist Robert Bean can’t particularly pinpoint when he first started exploring his creativity, but he has plenty of quirky anecdotes. For instance, he says, “When I was pretty young, [my parents] were painting the house and I had a little pedal car that I was in. I decided, well, …

This proves to be a busy weekend for art happenings with a call for artist submissions and a fair few shows opening. Mark your calendar and mix and match your favorites. Ongoing at the Arkansas Art Center include “Industrial Beauty: Charles Burchfield’s Black Iron,” “Dorothea Lange’s America,” “Nathalia Edenmont: Force …

Separated by the hustle and bustle of Argenta’s Main Street by a pair of curated window displays, Maddox is more than just a boutique. For owner Heather Baber, it’s the culmination of a lifelong dream. Originally from Caddo Gap, Ark., she left the small, population 200 town for college in …

Likely, you’ve been in the Pyramid Building downtown without even knowing it, especially if you frequent Three Fold Noodle & Dumpling Co. What you may have missed is the seemingly small gallery around the corner – Gallery 221 located on 221 West 2nd Street. If you happen to enter the …

It’s time to stop complaining that there’s nothing going on in Little Rock. Meet our newest series, Local Canvas. Below you will find a list of art exhibits, music shows, and more below. Get ready to fill your calendar, and mix and match your favorites. Be sure to catch the …

By now, locals hail South on Main as more than a quality Southern restaurant, it’s also a hub for the music scene. Through Wednesday’s free Local Live shows put on in conjunction with the Oxford American, more and more people became aware of the beauty of the restaurant’s intimate stage. …

If you ask Joshua Asante about his photography, you’re likely to participate in a part-philosophical, part-autobiographical discussion. No doubt you’ll learn things along the way, not only about Asante’s photographs, but also about yourself. “I feel my greatest skill as a photographer is my empathy,” says Asante, perched beside crackling, …

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