Kari Faux teams up with director Dylan McGale for the release of her new music video, "Night Time." One of five tracks from Faux's latest EP "Cry 4 Help," released in March, the "Night Time" video is a lush, moody look into the end of a relationship and a loss of privacy.
It’s the time of year for seersucker suits, sipping whiskey and watching the river flow by. You can be that laid-back and party, too, at the third annual Arkansas Times Pig and Swig, coming to the River Market on Friday, June 14.
Gillian Armstrong's debut feature "My Brilliant Career" (1979) is as rural and wild as the Australian outback in which it's set, and reads a little like a response to Sheryl Sandberg’s 2013 book "Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead." But, as Michelle Obama replied so aptly, though, "That shit doesn't work all the time."
Mondanaro brought the libretto to absolute life. Her lines were smooth and spinning and radiant, and so nimble that she was able to lend that lovely element of surprise Puccini’s phrases can have, in the right hands — the kind where you’re not sure if a line of dialogue is going to blossom suddenly and swell upward, or demure modestly in a downward flutter and disappear.
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the legacy of my mother was what she left spiritually. That’s how I am driven today to continue my bizarre little career on its 40th anniversary howl. It’s time to say things loud and clear. The artist can no longer remain silent under these conditions. It is no longer good enough to be an entertainer; you have to say something and you have to take a stance. That goes for everybody.
Pepe Gaka and young Hot Springs artists are putting the finishing touches on the mural "Black Broadway" on the wall of the Habitat for Humanity Restore.
Greg Thompson, owner of Greg Thompson Fine Art at 429 Main St., announced today he will close the gallery but will continue to sell art as Greg Thompson Fine Art Inc. and Fine Art Investments LLC.
With help from The John and Robyn Horn Foundation, Opera in the Rock stages a fully orchestrated "Madama Butterfly" at the Arkansas Repertory Theatre this weekend.
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Illustrator Higgins Bond, who came to her hometown for the Arkansas Literary Festival, returns to Hearne Fine Art, 1001 Wright Ave., for a reception 2-5 p.m. Saturday, May 11.