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A host of young poets will read their work this morning at 10 a.m. on the Wednesday Night Poetry Facebook page in celebration of Arkansas Youth Poetry Day.
The Arkansas Arts Council will receive $441,500 from the National Endowment for the Arts as part of Congress' coronavirus relief package.
Arkansas Times contributor Daniel Ford offers quarantunes for your quarantine.
Ma's debut novel is a prescient look at life during a pandemic, but it's also an uncanny meditation on work.
"Points South," a podcast from the Oxford American, is the recipient of a $350,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
We want to see your homemade masks. Send a photo to email@example.com. Need a pattern? Try the CDC's fabric pattern or one of its two no-sew options.
We check in with David Scott Cunningham, editor-in-chief at UA Press.
SXSW is turning the film festival selections it had slated for its now-canceled 2020 lineup into an online festival.
"I kind of lean towards beauty — to me, beauty carries more weight," Adewumi said. "Women have some kind of energy. … To me, they speak volumes more."
CALS launches curbside pickup at the Main and Terry Library branches.
Arlton Lowry of Few.io, Shannon and Brooks Tipton of Electric Ghost/Phantom Palm and the Downtown Little Rock Partnership are linking up to help out-of-work or underemployed service industry workers.
Walton-backed venue opens (momentarily) in Bentonville.
We talk with Matt White, co-owner of the storied White Water Tavern, about the bar's hiatus.
Check out the (mostly) Little Rock outfit The Romany Rye on the new season of Netflix's "Ozark."
Arkansas musicians and venue owners talk about the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the music industry.
We talked to five people in (and around) the beauty and grooming industry about COVID-19-related closures, and about what they see coming in the months ahead.
Where to watch sports in a (mostly) sports-less world.
The legendarily long-running poetry series in Hot Springs goes live tonight at 7 p.m. CST on the WNP Facebook page, with "video poems" from over 40 poets near and far presented as a "virtual open mic."
Holed up at home? Might as well make a movie.
We caught up with Atkinson yesterday about the virus, its impacts on New York economy, and why you should listen to the folks telling you to STAY HOME.