Slideshows

A look inside Saracen Casino's soft opening

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.

An exhibition for our time: "Being Seen: Power Through Diversity" at UALR

The online show features works from the university's permanent collection.

Cannibal & Craft nightclub set to open in former Ernie Biggs space

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.

Scenes from Thursday's peaceful demonstration at the Arkansas Capitol

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.

Cabot, Harrison hold Black Lives Matter demonstrations

Harrison and Cabot, cities with overwhelmingly white populations and ugly racial histories, both held peaceful Black Lives Matter demonstrations Thursday.

Sherwood gets new medical marijuana dispensary

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.

Ante Yana wins Round Three of 2020 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase

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. 

Slideshow: Breaking Benjamin at Simmons Bank Arena

Arkansas Times staff photographer Brian Chilson was on the floor to catch some of Breaking Benjamin's set Wednesday night.

Five Arkansas properties, district added to historic register: Correction

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...

Won Run wins first round of 2020 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase

Catch the recap of Round 1 of the 2020 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase.

Eric Church toasts Little Rock at Simmons Bank Arena

Eric Church was well worth the wait.

"Don't sleep on Arkansas": Opening Night at Northwest Arkansas Fashion Week

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. 

Slideshow: KISS at Verizon Arena

Arkansas Times photographer Brian Chilson was on the floor at last night's KISS concert to catch the action.

Slideshow: Chris Stapleton, Brent Cobb at Verizon Arena

Our staff photographer Brian Chilson was at tonight's Chris Stapleton concert at Verizon Arena, part of the "Tennessee Whiskey" singer's All American Road Show tour with Brent Cobb and the Marcus King Band.

'In wine, there is truth': Tasting the Arkansas River Valley terroir

Along the Arkansas River Valley in Altus, there is a wine trail rich in history, rooted in family and eclectic in presentation.

Slideshow: World's largest Tesla coil bolts into Little Rock

Our photographer Brian Chilson was onsite to catch California scientist Greg Leyh's creation in action. 

You run deep in me: Arkansas tattoos

I ink, therefore I am — from Arkansas.

Arkansas Country Music Awards honors legends and up-and-comers alike

Arkansas Country Music Awards (ACMA) held its annual ceremony Monday night, June 3, presenting signed and unsigned Arkansas musicians and singer-songwriters, heralding the talents of country music talent from sound engineers and entertainers to radio promoters to dobro players.

Judas Priest and Uriah Heep rock against the rolling river in Little Rock

As the river encroached the park, lapping against the bricks of the back of the amphitheater, its brisk current often matched the blistering tempos. Geese wandered about near the backstage equipment like hopeful groupies.
Picture of Melissa Valenzuela

Street style: Snapshots of Little Rock's best-dressed

Some of our favorite Little Rock fashionistas don their beloved springtime duds.

Review and slideshow: Alabama and Charlie Daniels Band at Verizon Arena

Fort Payne, Ala. country superstars Alabama made a greatest hits concert out of their stop at Verizon Arena Saturday night.

2019 Women to Watch touring; next at HSU

The Arkansas Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, the arbiter of "women to watch" in various media, is touring its fifth group of distinguished Arkansas artists, women who work in metal to produce mixed media jewelry, sculpture, conceptual pieces and small constructions.

Fishing, floating, the rural scene: the "Arkansas Territory Collection"

A juried exhibition of 78 works by 63 artists that opens March 28 at John Brown University commemorates the 200th anniversary of the Arkansas Territory.

Recap-Slideshow: 2019 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase Finals

In a marathon of pedal effects, fog and melody at the Rev Room Friday night, we wrapped the 2019 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase up in a bow, and crowned a winner: Willowack of Siloam Springs.
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