• Rambler's reverie

    Rambler's reverie

    December 13, 2018
    An 87-year-old folk legend casts his spell at the White Water Tavern. /more/
  • Making the abstract come alive

    December 6, 2018
    UA instructor and ceramicist Linda Lopez didn't visit an art museum until college. Now she's in demand across the country. /more/

    Heart Society, Dazz & Brie share a bill at South on Main

    December 13, 2018
    And much more! /more/

    Couch Jackets play Maxine's in Hot Springs

    December 13, 2018
    Also, Drexel and the Spirit at White Water Tavern. /more/

    The Great British Baking Show' is both competition and confection

    December 6, 2018
    The sponge also rises. /more/

    Back to square one

    December 13, 2018
    After an impressive six-game run that was punctuated with a rout of Colorado State in Fort Collins, Colo. — exacting some small measure of vengeance for the Rams beating the football Hogs there in a crushing defeat in September — the Arkansas Razorbacks came back to a pretty lively Saturday afternoon gathering in Bud Walton Arena to take on a 4-4 Western Kentucky team that, based on its record alone, appeared average at best. /more/

    Hope for Hogs

    December 6, 2018
    For as achingly far off the pace as the Arkansas Razorback football program seems to be, I find myself shocked that this Hog basketball team could end up being pretty good despite a tumultuous offseason in which virtually everyone aside from Daniel Gafford left town. /more/

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    Jo McDougall named recipient of Porter Fund's Lifetime Achievement Award

    McDougall is the fourth Arkansas writer to be given the Lifetime Achievement honor following Donald Harington in 2004, Miller Williams in 2009 and Charles Portis in 2014.

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