Belatedly, we mark the passing of Frank Bonner, the Little Rock native who brought a little bit of Arkansas Razorback spirit to each episode of "WJRP in Cincinnati" in his role as station sales manager Herb Tarlek.
Classical music at Wildwood, psychedelta at Four Quarter Bar and more this weekend.
Adaptation of Little Rock author Trenton Lee Stewart's 'Mysterious Benedict Society' coming soon to Disney+
Attention parents and nerds (i.e. subscribers of Disney+), here's something to add to your queue: a new adaptation of Little Rock author Trenton Lee Stewart's wildly popular young adult series "The Mysterious Benedict Society." The eight-episode series debuts June 25 and stars Kristen Schaal and Tony Hale ("Arrested Development," "Veep").
After three years as The Weekend Theater's artistic director Duane Jackson is resigning from the position at the volunteer-run, social justice-minded theater company at the corner of 7th and Chester streets in downtown Little Rock.
Punk rock baseball at Interstate Park tonight.
Argenta Community Theater co-founder and philanthropist Judy Tenenbaum died unexpectedly last Thursday.
The Arkansas Country Music Awards, held Monday, June 7 at Reynolds Performance Hall on the campus of the University of Central Arkansas, paid tribute to The Natural State's legacy of country music with performances from Amy Helm, Bonnie Montgomery, Shawn Camp, Mark Currey and others.
Check out this illustrated history of Louisiana's first Black lieutenant governor, penned by UA Little Rock prof Brian Mitchell
Mitchell worked with editor Nick Weldon and illustrator Barrington Edwards on the book, which follows Dunn as he was born into slavery, emancipated at age 10, elected lieutenant governor of Louisiana in 1868 and died mysteriously in 1873, just as he was poised to become Louisiana's first Black governor.
Weekend To-Do List: Erin Enderlin, 'Baggo, Brats & Blues,' Rev. Horton Heat with Dale Watson and more
Erin Enderlin at the Old State House Museum, the Big Red Ball Homebrew Contest, Charlotte Taylor at The Rail Yard for Habitat for Humanity and more.
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).
"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.
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.
We caught up with concertgoers at the door of a beloved pizza dive to take the temperature of post-pandemic concert fashion in Little Rock.
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.
Lots of time and craftsmanship go into every piece from Buffalo Drum Co.
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.
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.”
A plaque and a park for Hot Springs music mensch Henry Glover.
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.