This show at Hibernia Irish Tavern marks a reemergence to the stage for the duo, and the music’s tendency to gravitate to themes of lightness/heaviness couldn’t feel more timely in 2022. If you can manage to make it to the end of their set without becoming a die-hard fan, you may want to have your pulse checked by a licensed physician.
Sky Creature in Bentonville and Hot Springs this week.
Luther and Cody et al. in Argenta Friday.
Little Rock's Juneteenth continues this weekend with a Leela James concert, fun run and street party
This year, Little Rock’s celebration adds a 5K walk/run to the street party festivities (trucks and vendors, a kids zone, music and entertainment), which routes runners past historical sites like Arkansas Baptist College, Little Rock Central High School, Philander Smith College and the home of Mifflin Gibbs, the first elected Black municipal judge in the United States.
Annie Ford, O'Keefe and Whoa Dakota up at White Water Tavern Thursday night.
A major boost for the symphony's plans to build a community music center on the grounds of Heifer International in downtown Little Rock.
The world of acoustic fingerstyle playing is a tightly knit one, and this series in Argenta is one of the best-kept secrets in town, bringing masters like Mize into a room with pristine recital-level acoustics that make North Little Rock’s Main Street on the other side of the theater’s curtains feel a million miles away.
A silver anniversary for Sue Cowan Williams Library tonight.
Reggae from The Irie Lions at Stickyz Saturday night.
The cliffs of the mighty Buffalo, rendered in dye and cloth.
From Humans of New York comes a touching read with some "Zola"-esque twists and turns about a woman carving out her post-marriage identity — looking for a sense of belonging, a sense of family and a place she and her 14-foot sectional couch can call home.
Fayetteville Roots looks awesome this year: Taj Mahal, Molly Tuttle, Samantha Crain, The Wood Brothers plus
The long-running food- and music-fueled Fayetteville Roots Festival is back August 25-27, and some of our faves are on the lineup.
Pull up a patch of Camp Taco astroturf (and a tequila flight if you can be late to work tomorrow.)
America's love affair with wicker will never die; ESSE Purse Museum's exhibit 'Basket Cases' is on board
The museum is highlighting the art form with "Basket Cases," an exhibit featuring a portion of owner Anita Davis' collection.
If you're looking for a chance to get outside and hear something a little different this weekend, there's a free outdoor concert from the Little Rock Winds ensemble 7 p.m. Sunday evening in MacArthur Park.
Check out the country star's new road video series.
Two minutes of sheer fire from Second Life, featuring Terminal Nation vocalist Stan Liszewski.
Get well soon, Laman Library!
Some high points from last night's awards ceremony.
Check out "Open Sails," an ambient track from a Central Arkansas-based sound therapist.