Preserve Arkansas, the state's only nonprofit dedicated to preserving Arkansas's historic places, is reviving a popular fundraiser of years past.
As part of CALS’s “Movies Meant for the Big Screen” series, long-time fans of and new arrivals to the horror classic “Jaws” will have a rare opportunity to witness the monster shark’s wrath in the way director Steven Spielberg intended: Projected in all its sharp-toothed glory in a dark, air-conditioned theater.
Cajun's, where singles have been mingling with the aid of Play-De-Dohs for decades, is going out with a bang with crowd favorite musicians performing in the final days. It's the penultimate weekend, but we can't imagine a better way to send off the venerable venue than getting down to the soulful sounds of trumpet king Rodney Block.
The Salty Dogs return to the White Water Tavern to record a live album for future release. Blues rocker Trey Johnson opens the concert.
The hills of Little Rock will be alive with the sounds of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s classic musical, which somehow combines the cutesy origin story of a nun-turned-stepmother-led family band with the decidedly less cute rise of Nazis in 1930s Austria.
The third annual Africa Day Fest on South Main is a chance to discover and celebrate the diverse spectrum of African cultures, including authentic African cuisine from Kontiki African Restaurant, live music, dancing, a drum circle and a fashion show displaying the stunning signature colors, patterns and silhouettes of traditional and contemporary African fashion.
Central Arkansas pop punk band Go For Gold is hosting a release show for its upcoming new album, “Daydreamer,” at the Rev Room. Spencer Vinson leads the band’s vocals, with Jared Williams and Ben Carey on guitar, Jake Anderson on drums and Garrett Otts playing base.
“Nature’s Nation: American Art and Environment,” at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, offers a visual record of America's regard for and interaction with the natural world for the past 300 years — paintings, photographs and installations, from Alfred Bierstadt’s 1871-73 painting of Bridal Veil Falls in Yosemite to Valerie Hegarty’s 2007 “Fallen Bierstadt,” a burned and melting copy of the painting on foam core and paper mache.