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Maggie Hinson standing in front of her bar, Midtown Billiards

R.I.P., Maggie Hinson

“I’ve worked the door, I’ve been a bartender, I’ve been a cook, I’ve been a plumber. Whatever it takes,” Hinson said. “I breathed life into the place.”

Michael Shaeffer + Control at South on Main tonight

Shaeffer's paintings will be on display while he and business partner Wes Howerton spin vinyl from the record collection they share as part of Control.

Sculpture show opens at the River Market

Sculpture at the River Market, the nonprofit that puts on the Sculpture at the River Market Show and Sale of work by artists who work nationally, opens with its $100 ticket preview Friday.
Baphomet monument in front of the state capitol building, featured in "Hail Satan?", a Magnolia Pictures release.

Penny Lane's "Hail Satan?" is a Rapert-y highlights reel of hypocrisy

The new documentary “Hail Satan?”, directed by Penny Lane, falls somewhere between a ridealong with a genuinely oddball subculture and a valentine to the emerging religion of satanists.
Joan Baez on stage in black and white

With retirement on the horizon, Joan Baez gives four-song encore concert at Walton Arts Center

Her set list mimicked a '60s greatest hits album — Dylan’s “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right,” “It Ain’t Me Babe,” “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall” and “Forever Young.” Donovan’s “Catch The Wind.” Simon and Garfunkel’s “The Boxer.” John Lennon’s “Imagine.”

'Artcessories' at Thea: Bryant Phelan leather

Bryant Phelan describes his leather handbags and belts that he designs for his luxurious O'Faolain line as wearable art.
A drawing of a tree made with repeated stamps

John Salvest show opens Tuesday in Nashville (correction)

Fans of John Salvest's conceptual work will want to make a trip to Memphis to see his show "Field Guide" at David Lusk Gallery, 97 Tillman St. 
author Maurice Carlos Ruffin, seated

'Oppressors are not that creative': A Q&A with Maurice Carlos Ruffin

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Alisa Coffey playing the harp

'A Fascinating Machine:' ASO harpist Alisa Coffey talks shop

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Anne Frank

Two shows on Anne Frank to open at UA Pulaski Tech

The Center for Humanities and Arts on the UA Pulaski Tech campus will open two exhibits on Anne Frank, "Anne Frank — A Private Photo Album" and "Anne Frank: A History for Today," on May 17.
Dancer Michael Fothergill with Catherine Fothergill suspended in air above him

For Catherine and Michael Fothergill, ballet is both art and business

A Q&A with Ballet Arkansas's co-directors.
Carlos Santana

Sunday To-Do: Santana at Walmart AMP

[caption id="attachment_431058" align="alignnone" width="720"] Google Doodle of Ruth Asawa[/caption] Ruth Asawa, a Japanese-American artist famed for her woven wire sculptures,...

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