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Free outdoor concerts every Sunday in June at Red & Blue: Levelle Davison, Isaac Alexander, Salty Dogs, John Paul Keith and more

Note "Rhythm in the Rock," a music and food fest going up every Sunday afternoon in June at Red & Blue Event Venue (1415 W. 7th St).

'Put some beef on it': Five Questions with Joe Yoder of Joe and The Feels

"Beef" and the rest of the tracks on "Unsupervised," like Yoder's music with Little Rock outfit The See, are the sort of melody-driven pop rock anthems made for howling along to in a sweaty circle of friends at a concert — were they not concocted in a concertless era.
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Bobby Bones crushes a school bus and dangles above the Grand Canyon for new Nat Geo show

Garland County native and radio/TV mogul Bobby Bones has a new show on the National Geographic channel called "Breaking Bobby Bones."

Weekend To-Do List: Rodney Block at Wildwood, Pride Gay-llery Walk in Hot Springs, Tails and Tunes at the zoo

Rodney Block at Wildwood, a Pride-themed art walk through downtown Hot Springs and an after-hours shindig at the zoo this weekend.

Kopps and consistency send Razorbacks to SEC semifinals

The best team in college baseball has been the one in Fayetteville from start to present, and Arkansas fans are dying for that to read “finish” by the time June is over.

New director, new Smithsonian exhibit at Mosaic Templars Cultural Center

Quantia "Key" Fletcher, who joined Mosaic Templars Cultural Center in 2008, has been named as museum director as an expansive Smithsonian exhibit gets installed across two floors of the museum.

Three free outdoor concerts from Arkansas Symphony Orchestra this week

Arkansas Symphony Orchestra is bowing out at season's end with a series of free outdoor concerts from three of its ensembles — the Rockefeller String Quartet, the ASO Brass Quintet and the Quapaw String Quartet.

A nod to Raye Montague, the Little Rock native who the U.S. Navy calls their "hidden figure"

On Raye Montague, a Little Rock native whose accomplishments as an engineer are highlighted in "Overnight Code: The Life of Raye Montague, the Woman Who Revolutionized Naval Engineering.”

'Parklet' in Hot Springs named for Henry Glover; plaque installed on the city's Walk of Fame

A plaque and a park for Hot Springs music mensch Henry Glover.

Arkansas Made: Humor, surrealism and ingenuity in our state’s material history

With vivid photography from Rett Peek and devoted attention paid to the makers’ techniques, and to the economic and cultural circumstances that framed their varied work, the books make Arkansas’s material history feel exactly as it should: textured and lively and tangible.
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Curtains Up: Studio Theatre, The Rep, Murry's and TheatreSquared announce modified 2021 show lineups

Live theatre returns to Arkansas this month and, while there’s not a full contingent of performances in the offing, it is a start. Here's how a few of the city's theatre companies are tackling a virus that’s turned their worlds upside down. 

Invisible, In Plain Sight: The art and music of Michael Jukes

Jukes has been a creative dynamo since he escaped from the clutches of North Little Rock’s Northeast High School in the early 1970s, and he’s been making compelling music and comics ever since, all without achieving what famous Arkansas recluse Charles Portis called “escape velocity” from Arkansas. That is not to say Jukes didn’t try.

The Rep is back in July with a play about Sister Rosetta Tharpe

First up in "The Rep Outdoors" series: "Marie & Rosetta," playwright George Brant's 2017 play about Cotton Plant, Ark. native Sister Rosetta Tharpe and her relationship with contralto Marie Knight.

50 Cent is hanging out by the champagne fridge at Warehouse Liquor in SoMa

Warehouse Liquor on Main St. has a 50 Cent special today.
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Microshorts, paper rainforests and Fort Smith history at CALS Made in Arkansas Film Festival this weekend

Get out the projector (or turn on the TV); Central Arkansas Library System's Made in Arkansas Film Festival is going virtual this weekend.

Yale Drama Prize-winning author Rachel Lynett explains their theater company’s 'laugh first' ethos, what it means to write 'historical heresy' and why all their plays are love stories

The very word “play,” Lynett points out, is one we should learn to take more literally; theater exists to surprise, and one way to do that is to upend expectations or to get the audience to “laugh first” — two words which serve as a hallmark for Lynett’s eponymous theater company.

BrunchFest pass now available to benefit Centers for Youth and Families

The Emerging Leaders, a young professionals group supporting Arkansas’s oldest nonprofit, Centers for Youth and Families, has adapted its annual BrunchFest to BrunchFest Passes that contain coupons to more than 30 area eateries.

The post-pandemic art world in Arkansas

More gallery space, more programming, more culture on tap.

Little Rock River Market's Ottenheimer Hall open for business

Ottenheimer Hall, the River Market's public food court-style market, which has been shuttered for over a year, is welcoming back vendors and the public this Saturday.

Arkansas Times Recommends: The Meyer's and "Sasquatch" edition

Strategies for the Ant Invasion of 2021, painted rocks, the gospel of "Sasquatch" and more.
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