T02D: MoonMane's "MoonMane."
It's certainly interesting-looking.
T02D: bLAck pARty's "Soakin.'"
Pilates at the Plaza, Jazz at the Plaza, Ballet on the Grounds, Dancing with Dogs, and weekday classes like Rise & Shine Pilates and Rise & Shine Movement.
Or, “a study in two ethereal voices.”
With performances from string band entertainers Sad Daddy, a Henry Glover-inspired songwriting contest, a gallery of reproduced works by Arkansas photographer Mike Disfarmer, a series of artworks installed along the Hot Springs Creek trail on 30-inch-by-40-inch metal sheets, storytelling and dance from members of the Quapaw tribe, studio tours, a gallery walk, a children’s book giveaway and more.
Block's a one-man Arkansas music institution, equally likely to show up on stage in front of a packed house at the White Water Tavern as he is a black-tie fundraiser, sometimes on the same day.
TO2D: Yebba's "Age of Worry."
In addition to all of the new official Cookies strains available at Berner's by Good Day Farm Dispensary, there are also new GDF strains available using Cookies genetics. I have been very impressed with the quality of Cookies strains I have tried so far, but they are priced at a level that not everyone can afford.
T02D: Philip Mann and Michael Fine's collaboration "Finding Home."
Jim Mize of Conway, Arkansas — a perpetually undersung songwriter and a longtime insurance claims adjustor whose work commutes often traced the wake of natural disaster — died today of heart complications, his family reports.
T02D: Chainsaw Lassy's "No Means No."
This year, that award goes to James "Kimbo" Dryden, known for his family's longstanding work in the field of pottery, work that's been done in a quirky building in Hot Springs' Whittington Park area since 1956.
T02D: Modeling's "Nothing Unexpected."
Looking back might be the key to looking ahead. A new exhibit about the Arkansas Women's Project offers lessons on courage and coalition building.
The Arkansas Repertory Theatre's 2022-23 season ranges far and wide, with Arkansas connections both onstage and in the scripts.
One more chance to catch Jazz in the Park this spring.
If you’re a fan of multiple intertwining storylines and a sometimes grim (Grimm?) look at what sometimes lies beyond a traditional fairytale ending, The Rep’s strong effort is well worth your attention.
Weekend To-Do List: Chucky Waggs at Four Quarter, Arkansas Choral Society does Beethoven, Katrice Butterfly Newbill at Charlee's, "Lanterns" at Wildwood
Plus, The Gravel Yard Bluegrass Band, Dikku Du & The Zydeco Krewe and Ruthie Foster for the "Celebrate Maya! Project.
Expect any whiff of toxic machismo in the room to be single-handedly banished with the tune “Feelings in Me,” and bring your best dancing partner.