Jim Mize is a songwriting genius who keeps a low profile.
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Female MCs get their turn in the limelight.
Arkansas’s most widely read novelist is soon to have her Southern vampire series adapted for HBO.
Since his teens, people have called Leron McAdoo “Mr. Miscellaneous.” It’s the third of his AKAs (after Ron Mc, the name by which folks in the hip-hop community know him), but surely the most fitting. At 6 p.m. Thursday at the Riverdale 10 movie theat
Chauncey Holloman has a strange project in the works: She’s writing a self-help book. It’s not that the genre itself is strange, but rather that the 19-year-old seems oddly placed to be writing it.
A schedule of films screening at Easy Street Piano bar this weekend.
A new documentary tells the story of an elderly gay couple who met during the Korean War.
The Arkansas Shakespeare Festival curtsies into Conway.
It’s Craig Finn’s skewed barroom poetry that has propelled the Hold Steady into a full-on critical embrace.
Consider the Little Rock curse. With the exception of Evanescence, which seems to be ever-spiraling towards self-implosion, no Little Rock group has managed, over the last couple of decades, to break through nationally in any sort of demonstrable or prolo
An all-star New Orleans band teams with Mardi Gras Indians for a concert Friday on the Arkansas Queen.
A new documentary tells the story of Little Rock's underground music scene of the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Brad Neely is poised to be a household name in webcast comedy.
Frustrated with what he calls a "static" music market in Little Rock, rapper 607 has gone to Moscow to be part of the underground hip-hop scene.
Jim Harris ponders his eight years at the Times in his final column.
Cinco de Mayo festival brings music, art, food to the River Market on May 6.
Interviewing most snakes might be difficult, but Athena, a six-foot female boa constrictor from Conway who appears in "Bertrand Priest," is an exception.
Rod Stewart will present his show "in the round" at Altell on Friday.
Yes, bibliophiles and bookworms, it’s that time of year again: time for the fourth annual Arkansas Literary Festival.
Linda Ronstadt sings tonight with the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra.