How would ballet dancers — whose movements we expect to be grand and long and sweeping — grapple with stuff like the Lindy Hop or the Charleston, which so often incorporate wild movements of the arms and legs in minimal square footage? (The answer: beautifully!)
Lost Forty's annual Festival of Darkness — a grand throwdown the brewery holds to celebrate the release of its seasonal Nighty Night Imperial Stout — is on this weekend, and the live music lineup is packed.
Weekend To-Do List: Seratones and Joshua Asante at Stickyz, Tiko Brooks at White Water, Bri Ailene EP release party and more
Seratones and Joshua Asante at Stickyz, Arkansas Times' Pub or Perish, Tiko Brooks at White Water Tavern and more.
Plus, 10 alternatives to seeing Morgan Wallen in concert.
The clouds are clearing and there's a lot going on in Little Rock this weekend.
Coach Sam Pittman's presence so far has been one that reassures the agitated folks among us. When the Hogs would have these midseason swoons in the past, my needle always hovered somewhere between “this guy can’t hack it” and “we’ll never be any good.” I don’t have those feelings at all at this juncture.
Ranging from seven to 21 brisk minutes, Tuesday’s short films took audiences from the Andes to Seoul, making stops at a Quapaw buffalo range and a Guatemalan teen’s cartoon reality in Los Angeles.
Thanksgiving eve concert from Harry Styles.
Tonight at Pyramid Art, Books & Custom Framing: a talk from Cuba-born theologist Miguel de la Torre.
Whether you’re in it for the close encounters with livestock, the blue ribbon quilts or the dizzying centrifugal force of the Gravitron, you’re in luck, because the state fair is back after being canceled in 2020.
Abby Turner is a Ouachita Baptist University graduate, food blogger, speaker and author of “The Living Table: Recipes and Devotions for Everyday Get-Togethers.” Catch Turner at the Six Bridges Book Festival at 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30 and at 10 a.m. that day for a workshop.
A Q&A with Jennifer Ogle and Theo Witsell, co-authors of "Trees, Shrubs and Woody Vines of Arkansas"
Theo Witsell is an ecologist and chief of research for the Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission, and Jennifer Ogle is a botany consultant and the collections manager at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville’s herbarium. Witsell and Ogle are co-authors of “Trees, Shrubs, and Woody Vines of Arkansas.” Catch Witsell and Ogle at Central Arkansas Library System's Six Bridges Book Festival 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 30.
Kelli Marks is a self-taught cake decorator-turned-pastry chef, and author of “Easy One-Bowl Baking: No-Fuss Recipes for Sweet and Savory Baked Goods." Catch Marks at Central Arkansas Library System's Six Bridges Book Festival 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30 and again at 4 p.m. that day for a baking workshop.
Ayana Gray is a Little Rock resident, a “lover of all things monsters and magic,” and author of the forthcoming work of fantasy, “Beasts of Prey.” Catch her at Central Arkansas Library System's Six Bridges Book Festival, 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30.
Little Rock native and actor Ashlie Atkinson pops up in FX's new series on the Clinton/Lewinsky scandal.
In notices for a 2009 show with late Little Rock conga player Joe Cripps, Chesne was described as “like Dr. Dre meets Johnny Cash." If the through line here is extreme songcraft coupled with unpredictable performance, there are less apt comparisons.
New video from Recognizer's "This Conversation is Echolocation."
It's spooky season. Here's a Central Arkansas Halloween round-up.
Chastain’s admiration for her character never waivers, even as we see the older Faye making unsuccessful pitches to C-level TV producers and eating TV dinners by herself with her dog.
John T. Edge's TrueSouth drops down in Lake Village, Ark. for this Sunday night's episode.