Fourteen artists will show and sell their work at free event.
Great tour through Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art this morning.
The Yonder Mountain String Band’s Harvest Music Festival turned pastoral Mulberry Mountain into a non-stop string-pickin’ newgrass jam Oct. 13-16. Think of it as a smaller, tamer version of its cousin, Wakarusa, which occupies the same Ozark hillside space in the middle of summer. Not that Yonder Mountain is either small or tame.
Enter to win tickets to see "Shrek the Musical," which comes to Robinson Center Music Hall Oct. 28-30.
No UA football today, so you can get your protest on. Occupy Little Rock will march from the River Market to the Capitol starting at 9 a.m. today.
At 3 p.m. today you'll see a crane lifting a large sculpture into the River Market for the fifth annual Sculpture in the River Market show.
Want to know about all sorts of foods available at this year's Arkansas State Fair? Here's where you'll find the most accurate and detailed list.
Tireless Times photographer Brian Chilson sent in some dispatches from the King Biscuit Blues Festival, which got started yesterday.
Robert "Say" McIntosh is older, quieter and calmer these days, but he's lived a life full of personal and political drama.
Photography show at Arkansas Tech University, Russellville.
Freelancer Blair Tidwell reviews "So Many Open Houses" art installation.
Thirty new paintings at Red Door Gallery.
The Times' coverage of the case since 1994.
“Advancing Tradition: 20 Years of Printmaking at Flatbed Press"
The votes have been tabulated, the results consumed and the crowd dispersed after this year’s Diamond Chef competition at the Statehouse Convention Center.
Here's a slideshow of scenes you might have missed at Riverfest. More later.
Some images from the show.
Bill Lewis won the Gold Award.
[slideshow-1]I've finally posted photographs from my tour of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, and I draw your attention to this week's print edition article about the museum.
A slideshow of swimsuits provided by Barbara Graves Intimate Fashions.
On the 150th anniversary of the explosion of the Sultana, the steamboat that was carrying freed Union soldiers home on the Mississippi River (1,800 died), the Historic Arkansas Museum will screen a documentary about the making of "Gone With the Wind."
The 2011 Winthrop Rockefeller Legacy Exhibition opens next week at the WR Institute atop Petit Jean, in conjunction with the institute's Legacy Weekend.
The thing about the paintings of Benini is that they sometimes require you to befriend the circular and the shaped. UPDATED WITH NEW IMAGES.
An exhibit of work by mixed media artists Lisa Renz and Evan Pardue and ceramicist Winston Taylor opened Saturday at Boswell-Mourot Fine Art, 5815 Kavanaugh Blvd. You would have read about it here Friday had we hit the "publish" button.