Sets from DeFrance featuring Wes Jeans, Tragikly White, and Bad Habit for a good cause.
Our pick for pre-gaming the lunar eclipse tonight.
This collection of three Arkansas artists — photographer Timothy Hursley, sculptor/woodworker Peter Scheidt and documentarian/textile artist James Matthews — is up through January at the Historic Arkansas Museum.
After ten years, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art founder and benefactor Alice Walton is passing the baton to Olivia Walton.
As seen from Little Rock, the “Frosty Moon” eclipse will begin reddening around 1:18 a.m. and will continue to deepen into the wee hours of Friday morning, reaching its “peak” at 3:02 a.m., when the moon is closest to the center of Earth’s shadow.
Korto Momolu premiered her "Freedom Collection" Saturday night in Little Rock.
New music from Tiny Towns.
Big show at Rev Room tonight.
Thanksgiving night is saved; Bijoux, Tawanna Campbell, and Dee Dee Jones sing at Shooters Bar & Grill
Bijoux, Tawanna Campbell-Berry and Dee Dee Jones at Shooters Thanksgiving night.
English singer-songwriter Richard Thompson gives a solo acoustic performance in Fayetteville this weekend.
Puffy, lovely costumes and dynamic sets steal the show in 'Anastasia,' a musical at Robinson theater this weekend.
Kevin Dedner, a Little Rock native and University of Arkansas graduate who now runs a successful digital health company in Washington D.C., will celebrate the release of his first book, "The Joy of the Disinherited" from 3-5 p.m. Sunday, Nov 14, at Philander Smith College.
Arkansas Arts Council is accepting nominations until December 20 for the Arkansas Living Treasure award.
The hills (of North and West Little Rock) are alive with the sound of music.
Oxford American's annual music issue maps the movement of Southern influences on soul, gospel and beyond
With alternating covers of Tina Turner and Aretha Franklin, the "Up South" issue looks at the ways Southerners on the move transformed music scenes in Philly, Chicago and beyond.
Jimmy Doyle's roadside honky tonk bids adieu after 47 years.
Tonight as part of the Stella Boyle Smith River Rhapsody concert series at the Clinton Presidential Center: works by Bohuslav Martinů, Joseph Haydn, Ernst von Dohnányi and Dmitri Shostakovich.
This Mobile, Alabama, outfit has a big room sound and Four Quarter’s is a small stage, a combination that always supercharges this clandestine Argenta space.
Heavy weekday show at Vino's on the horizon.
Momolu on her new collection, cannabis, fibromyalgia and fighting the "slow death" of artistic inertia.