You'll have to go to the Arkansas Arts Center'stonight to see how Polk Stanley Wilcox Architects' winning sketch (above) for the temporary sculpture in thefountain in front of the building was carried out. The party, with food,and music, gets going at 5:30 p.m.Fountain Fest, now in its fifth year, is a fundraiser sponsored by the Contemporaries group of young Arts Center members. Besides the ticket price of $25, proceeds from raffle tickets go to the purchase of artworks for the AAC Collection.
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DOUBLE DUTY: Brewer Patrick Cowan pours a beer at the Blue Canoe taproom. Blue Canoe Brewing Co. is opening a 20,000-square-foot brewing and gaming space at 1637 E. 15th St., the old PC Hardware warehouse.
The Lasiter Group announced today that it will build a 35-unit apartment complex in the 1300 block of Scott Street called theThe development, on the west side of Scott, will face the historic Villa Marre. The project should be complete by the end of 2018.The complex will include two three-story apartment buildings in a "French Second Empire" architectural style, featuring a mansard roof on the top floor, according to a press release. There will be 11 two-bedroom units and 24 one-bedroom units.
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Selecting a term
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