Dozens poured into the alley alongside Ron Robinson Theater on Thursday evening to celebrate Día de los Muertos — “Day of the Dead” in English. The holiday, traditionally celebrated on the first two days of November, is to honor deceased loved ones.
A rain shower didn't dampen the mood of volunteers who gathered Friday morning to build a community garden on Broadway Street.
Arkansas Times staff photographer Brian Chilson made his way through the crowd at Simmons Bank Arena to see pop-country legends The Chicks this past Saturday, July 22.
Thousands of athletes flooded into Central Arkansas this weekend to run through the streets of Little Rock and North Little Rock for the 20th annual Little Rock Marathon. Arkansas Times photographer Brian Chilson was on hand Sunday to cover the 26.2-mile race, which included a 1,207-foot elevation gain, 15 aid stations, 41 cheering stops, 640 gallons of Gatorade, 3,840 pounds of bananas and 241 porta potties.
The Muss Bus is coming back to town.
What was on your game day menu?
Arkansas Times staff photographer Brian Chilson was onsite to catch Hank Williams Jr. at Simmons Bank Arena Friday night. Old Crow Medicine Show opened up, wearing their many Arkansas connections on their sleeves.
Redistricting, the legislature and the Jan. 6 riot are among today's topics.
As expected, Siwa's concert looks much like walking into a Lisa Frank Trapper Keeper universe in which all roads lead to Jojo, clad in a couture glitter jumpsuit, swinging her giant blonde ponytail and leading chants that every tween in your life knows by heart (#BestiesNotBullies) and imploring you to “D.R.E.A.M. with me!”
The series, gallery director Brad Cushman said, “features visionary makers of pictures and sculptural objects inspired by a divine spirit, as well as seemingly ordinary people making marks and transforming commonplace materials into extraordinary art to communicate messages to a keen observer.”
Williams said he hopes to be opened back up on Monday or Tuesday of next week and that today, the first Friday of lent, is not an ideal day for a popular fish restaurant to be closed.
Bernie's been busy.
Governor Hutchinson and other elected officials were on hand yesterday to celebrate the completion of Quapaw Nation’s Saracen Casino in Pine Bluff, billed as the largest commercial construction project in the state.
The online show features works from the university's permanent collection.
Cannibal & Craft, a cocktail lounge and nightclub that opened in 2015 in Fayetteville, is coming to Little Rock, to the space formerly occupied by Ernie Biggs.
Ebony Blevins covered last night's peaceful demonstration at the State Capitol for the Arkansas Times. The event ended before Little Rock's 8 p.m. curfew.
Harrison and Cabot, cities with overwhelmingly white populations and ugly racial histories, both held peaceful Black Lives Matter demonstrations Thursday.
Natural Relief Dispensary cut the ribbon today on its new location in Sherwood, marking the first medical marijuana dispensary in that city. The facility, which sits on a previously vacant lot at 3107 E. Kiehl Ave., projects an opening date late this week.
With staccato spoken word, mean-as-hell bass riffs and punctuating saxophone, Ante Yana took top honors last night at the 2020 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase. Look for them, as well as Won Run and Tiny Towns, at the Rev Room for the showcase finals on Saturday, March 14.
Arkansas Times staff photographer Brian Chilson was on the floor to catch some of Breaking Benjamin's set Wednesday night.
Three houses, a bridge, a gymnasium and a district comprised of a group of houses in Hillcrest have been approved by the National Park Service for the National Register of Historic Places. To qualify, the applicants had to demonstrate how they contribute to U.S. history and heritage. Here are...
Catch the recap of Round 1 of the 2020 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase.
Eric Church was well worth the wait.
Former Nylon Editor-in-Chief Gabrielle Korn told Thursday night's audience that representation of people of color, size inclusivity and an emphasis on sustainability were already emerging as elements in the Arkansas designers' collections, a welcome departure from the hegemony still largely present in many elements of New York Fashion Week.