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The first straight cisgender male drag queen to be cast on 'RuPaul's Drag Race' is from Fayetteville

Hot on the heels of Faulkner County queen Symone's triumphant win at the conclusion of the reality competition show's thirteenth season, Mama RuPaul & Co. have cast yet another Arkansas contestant: Maddy Morphosis.

From Ayana to Yamada: 21 Arkansas creators who saved 2021

A year-end roundup of 21 Arkansas-connected creators who made 2021 less of a dumpster fire.
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Work by Crawford and Louise Mandumbwa up at Hearne Fine Art

Depicting subjects local to Arkansas as well as Nigeria, Botswana and Zambia, this father-daughter exhibit examines the idea of home.

Center for Cultural Community's 'Party for Placemaking' at ESSE Purse Museum

Karaoke for a cause.
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Sterling K. Brown to portray Elaine 12 attorney Scipio A. Jones in Searchlight film

Sterling K. Brown as Scipio A. Jones, the lawyer known for defending 12 Black men in the appeal process following the Elaine Massacre in October 1919.

Postmodern Jukebox at Reynolds Performance Hall in Conway this weekend

Jazz pianist Scott Bradlee’s revolving collective does its time warp in Conway Sunday night.
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Holiday Hangout is on; Christmas is saved

The annual music festival hosted by Last Chance Records, Tree Of Knowledge and the White Water Tavern is back in the flesh, and the lineup is stellar as ever.

'Million Dollar Quartet Christmas' Saturday night at Robinson

A holiday spin on the Sun Records-centered jukebox musical.
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Charley Crockett and Summer Dean at The Hall Friday night

Like many of his predecessors and contemporaries, Crockett’s wont to raise a lyrical middle finger to the trappings of Nashville showbiz even as he’s hailed as its darling.

A 2021 holiday gift guide, Arkansas Times-style

Unicorn hot cocoa, socks with fun cuss words, tomes on Arkansas's material culture, RBG prints and more.
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The history of lynching in Arkansas (and its troubling modern-day parallels)

Lynching is part of our state's past. Is it doomed to be part of our future?

Still time to catch 'The Legacy of Dunbar' at Mosaic Templars Cultural Center

Still a few more days to catch Mosaic Templar's tribute to the legacy of Dunbar High.

DeFrance, Tragikly White and Bad Habit play 'The Mystro Show' tonight at Rev Room

Sets from DeFrance featuring Wes Jeans, Tragikly White, and Bad Habit for a good cause.

Unwed Sailor, Or and Sling at Vino's tonight

Our pick for pre-gaming the lunar eclipse tonight.

Work by Timothy Hursley, James Matthews, Peter Scheidt up at Historic Arkansas Museum

This collection of three Arkansas artists — photographer Timothy Hursley, sculptor/woodworker Peter Scheidt and documentarian/textile artist James Matthews — is up through January at the Historic Arkansas Museum.

Olivia Walton replaces Alice Walton as Crystal Bridges board chairperson

After ten years, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art founder and benefactor Alice Walton is passing the baton to Olivia Walton.

'Frosty Half-Blood Moon' eclipse coming Thursday night

As seen from Little Rock, the “Frosty Moon” eclipse will begin reddening around 1:18 a.m. and will continue to deepen into the wee hours of Friday morning, reaching its “peak” at 3:02 a.m., when the moon is closest to the center of Earth’s shadow.

Slideshow: Korto Momolu's Freedom Collection premieres in SoMa

Korto Momolu premiered her "Freedom Collection" Saturday night in Little Rock.

New music from Tiny Towns

New music from Tiny Towns.

Drive-By Truckers and Buffalo Nichols at Rev Room tonight

Big show at Rev Room tonight.
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