The program features violinist Jennifer Frautschi, whose work as a soloist prompted a critic to marvel at her “breathtaking conflation of grace and grit."
October picks include "Psycho," "Ghostbusters," "The Shining" and more.
Glowing reviews of Garrard Conley's forthcoming book, "All The World Beside," a queer love story set in Puritan New England, which critic Edmund White says “teaches us that in Puritan America the scarlet letter was not A for adultery but H for homosexuality and that the only romance with God is tense and tragic.”
In honor of the news today from Simmons Bank Arena that Our Lady of Layered Fabrics Stevie Nicks will be paying a visit to Central Arkansas next spring, here are five reasons to go and pay homage.
Among dozens of others, the festival’s presenters include national bestsellers Andrew Sean Greer, Justin Torres, Rebecca Makkai and Curtis Sittenfeld, as well as Arkansas natives Kevin Brockmeier, Eli Cranor and Monica Potts.
Hundreds of Little Rock fans were moving, grooving and drinking Monday night away with Sylvan Esso at The Hall.
Despite FORMAT Festival's controversial move from the 250-acre Sugar Creek Airstrip to the much smaller Momentary grounds in downtown Bentonville, the lineup is still impressive.
Though Nick Shoulders has been firmly based in Fayetteville since 2020, we spoke with him over the phone in Casper, Wyo., where he was “wandering the alleys in the shade” on day 45 of a 57-stop tour. From there, he reflected on his traditional origins, his new album and how the ancient mouth bow can be used as a resistance tool.
Starring Jodie Comer, Austin Butler and Tom Hardy, "The Bikeriders" follows the tumultuous ascent of a fictional '60s Chicago-area motorcycle gang.
In the latest episode of "Hip Hop Hello," a weekly radio program on Bentonville Community Radio, host Clint Schaff interviews Monica Kumar, a belonging strategist involved with NWA Welcoming Week.
Partway through Jafar Panahi's second feature film, the main character breaks the fourth wall, rips off her costume and declares she doesn’t want to act anymore, leaving it up to the crew to decide how to respond.
Among this year's seven recipients are prestigious publications like n+1, Los Angeles Review of Books and The Paris Review, proving once again that the Conway-based magazine's reach and prowess is beyond regional.
Though their songs are catchy and almost danceable, the foundation of synths on which they’re constructed is modular and stuttering, as if to temper the vocal sweetness of singer Amelia Meath.
It's basically a tour through Alexander's rich history of local collaboration over the past three decades, encompassing nearly every project he's ever been involved with.
Miraculously, new albums from Ashley McBryde, Nick Shoulders and Como Sasaki as well as the long-awaited Everyone Asked About You reissue all dropped at midnight last night.
The selected artists — Common Roots from Fayetteville, Ethel Tamara featuring Concrete Rose from Helena-West Helena and Lead Pipe Conservatory Band from Harrison — will perform at The Hall on Friday, Oct. 13.
What does it mean to take a picture of someone whose life revolves around being documented? This is one of the essential questions guiding the work of photographer Annie Leibovitz, whose new exhibition at Crystal Bridges opens on Saturday, Sept. 16.
In the latest episode of "Hip Hop Hello," a weekly radio program on Bentonville Community Radio, host Clint Schaff interviews Bentonville-based producer Crazyups.
The main stories for Issue 122 give close inspection to the work of established Southern directors Les Blank, Debbie Allen and Kasi Lemmons, as well as newcomer D. Smith, whose debut film is a documentary about four Black trans sex workers in Atlanta and New York.
This year’s Arkansas Comic Con will play host to William Shatner, Christopher Lloyd and Jonathan Frakes, actors whose sci-fi-related notoriety is stronger than their connection to comics.