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Watch a White Claw get electrocuted in this new music video from Recognizer

New video from Recognizer's "This Conversation is Echolocation."

Final Dogtown Throwdown for 2021 this weekend

Main Street will be closed off in Argenta this weekend from Broadway to 5th Street with tents set up for outdoor dining for the final time this year.
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A Halloween To-Do List: Lost Forty's Festival of Darkness, a haunted theatre tour and more

It's spooky season. Here's a Central Arkansas Halloween round-up.

'The Eyes of Tammy Faye' not as inspired as is Chastain's turn in the spotlight

Chastain’s admiration for her character never waivers, even as we see the older Faye making unsuccessful pitches to C-level TV producers and eating TV dinners by herself with her dog.
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Olympian trailblazer Simone Biles is headed to Little Rock

This is not a drill: Simone Biles is coming to Little Rock, and she’s bringing her high-flying cast of teammates along with her.

Here's what's at the Hot Springs Documentary Film Fest this weekend

The Hot Springs Documentary Film Fest has been paving the way for the Arkansas film scene for 30 years, and the lineup this weekend is stellar.
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Justin Moore plays benefit concert Thursday night for Saline County Boys & Girls Club

Poyen (Grant County) native and longtime country radio hitmaker Justin Moore plays an outdoor benefit concert in Benton this Thursday night for the benefit of the Boys & Girls Club of Saline County.

Two-day arts festival going up in downtown Arkadelphia

Rodney Block, Dazz & Brie, the Irie Lions and other performers are on the schedule for the Arkadelphia Festival of the Arts, happening Friday, Oct. 15 and Saturday, Oct. 16.
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'Everything is fine': Climate change opera 'Sun and Sea' brings 25 tons of sand to the Momentary this week

At the Momentary this week: an inventively staged cyclical opera about climate change and modern-day malaise.

Arkansan William Grant Still looms large as The Met stages its first-ever opera by a Black composer

Little Rock composer William Grant Still's name looms large as the first opera by a Black composer heads to the Met.
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Vinyl hits to digital bits

Comparing Arkansas’s musical legends to their contemporary counterparts on Spotify and YouTube.

Tammy Faye Bakker's "radical" sincerity: A Q&A with Jessica Chastain

Chastain came to Filmland to promote “The Eyes of Tammy Faye,” which she produced, and which is based on a 2000 documentary of the same name.

Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts gives update on museum renovations

In a virtual board meeting Monday, leaders at Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts gathered at the museum's temporary Riverdale location to announce updates on the museum's multi-million dollar renovation and on its reopening, slated for 2022.

Arkansas's anti-vax contingent makes a cameo in NYT spotlight on 'Designing Women' premiere in Fayetteville

The two-act comedy places the Sugarbaker sisters et al. in a relatively current moment, eavesdropping "on the women and a few new characters as they contend with the pandemic, the possible financial collapse of their firm and the 2020 presidential election." And, maybe unsurprisingly, the theater's COVID protocols elicited outrage from those unwilling to present proof of vaccination in order to attend.

Weekend plans: Downtown food trucks, Greek food festival, Filmland and brunch, of course

A weekend roundup.

An auspicious opening night at Filmland 2021

The good news is that Filmland is back, it's awesome and it feels safe. The bad news: You've missed one of the festival's greatest film offerings, and possibly the best festival weather.

UA grad Ayana Gray's debut novel "Beasts of Prey" being developed for Netflix

Little Rock resident and University of Arkansas alum Ayana Gray is having a good year. Like, a "seven-figure book deal" kinda year.

Spooky Arkansas songs

It's spooky season in The Natural State. Embrace the night and howl at the moon with this playlist from Arkansas artists.

Campout edition of Valley of the Vapors returns this weekend in Hot Springs, plus Friday night gallery walk and an arts and crafts fair

Valley of the Vapors is back, Campout Edition.

A fiery program from the Arkansas Symphony this weekend: Stravinsky, John Adams, Ravel and a guest cellist

A fiery program from the Arkansas Symphony this weekend: Stravinsky, John Adams, Ravel and guest cellist Gabriel Martins.
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