The Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau begins its annual holiday parade at Second and Broadway Streets beginning at 3 p.m., and the parade will proceed south on Broadway, turning west onto Capitol Avenue and ending at the Arkansas State Capitol. A lighting and fireworks display goes up at dark.
Stuart resurrects his 1999 record “The Pilgrim,” a concept album that serves perfectly as a bookend to his trippy, mystical 2017 release, “Way Out West.”
Black Joe Lewis is a potent guitar player and a fiery lyricist with a tight backing band, and the fact that he’s sharing this bill with fellow soul shouter Liz Brasher should seal the deal.
The Quapaw Quarter Association hosts this talk from Dr. John A. Kirk, the George W. Donaghey Distinguished Professor of History at UA Little Rock, civil rights movement scholar and Arkansas Times contributor.
The Nog-off at the Historic Arkansas Museum (200 E. Third St.) isn't the only 2nd Friday event on this Friday the 13th.
Danny R.W. Baskin and Lee Byers collaborate for an exhibition exploring metaphors of birth, death and rebirth.
Ballet Arkansas joins with the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra to present the beloved ballet “The Nutcracker,” first performed in 1892 and millions of times since.