Almost 50 years to the day after the New York Police Department raided Stonewall Inn on Christopher Street in Manhattan’s West Village, Arkansas’s own LGBTQ community returns for a second year of “Beers & Queers,” the all-ages, kid-friendly, pet-friendly Pride celebration in North Little Rock’s Argenta Arts District.
Mathus plays his latest, "Incinerator," in its entirety, with producers Bronson Tew and Matt Patton as part of the band.
"Color Field," the new exhibition in the North Forest of the grounds of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art places along its North Forest trail large outdoor sculpture saturated in bright colors, hues not found in nature.
If you’re having trouble picturing it, imagine the beginning of a bobsled race when everyone holds onto a pole and pushes the sled forward, then replace the world-class athletes with extravagantly dressed Arkansans and the sleek sleds with decorated bathtubs.
Handmade Moments will bring its unique mash-up of jazz, folk and Ozark mountain song to Bobfest at the Rev Room, with all proceeds going to benefit Bob Lewis of the Ben Miller Band and his fight against cancer.
Louis Beck's Western-themed paintings will be up through June. A drawing for a free giclee of "Buffalo Trackers" (above) will be at 5:30 p.m. June 29.