A&E Feature

A Q&A with Andrew Morgan

November 9, 2017
On Arkansas house music, releasing music on tape and his new Country Florist album. /more/

To-Do List

Chris Stapleton and Marty Stuart come to Verizon

November 16, 2017
And more! /more/

In Brief

The River Kittens come to South on Main

November 16, 2017
Also, Bryan Borland reads as part of the Argenta Reading Series. /more/

Movie Reviews

'Thor: Ragnarok' is here to destroy the past

November 16, 2017
Fight the horde. /more/

"Stranger Things 2" is a study in trauma.

November 9, 2017
It's mind over matter. /more/

Pearls About Swine

Beaten down

November 16, 2017
Not many expected Arkansas to challenge LSU in Baton Rouge over the Veterans Day weekend, but there were enough odd variables in play that might have suggested a dogfight was to ensue. /more/

Dead man walking

November 9, 2017
This column was in its relative infancy five years ago when the editors astutely branded my column about a shocking Razorback loss to Louisiana-Monroe in Little Rock with the headline "Worst loss ever." /more/


Rock Candy

Art partying on Friday night: McLeod's, Museum School sale preview, New Deal, Argenta Art Wall

Matt McLeod Fine Art is celebrating its 2nd anniversary from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at 106 W. Sixth St. See paintings by Cindy Holmes, alabaster sculpture by Bryan Massey and more, plus blown glass ornaments and art, and hear Rena Wren sing and play guitar. You will be plied with snacks and drinks, too.

Review and slideshow: Chris Stapleton and Marty Stuart at Verizon Arena

Don't get me wrong: Chris Stapleton is wildly accomplished and in complete command of his voice. He’s probably the closest thing, vocally, that we have to Chris Cornell on this earth, but somewhere there must be an unwritten rule that the headliner is to be afforded the luxury of a superboosted presence; something that lets the audience know, as I knew when my entire body began to rumble seismically upon his grand entrance, that things were cranking up to eleven, that we were “really gonna party now.”

Announcing the inaugural Central Arkansas Music Awards

In partnership with Arkansas Sounds, a project of the Butler Center for Arkansas Studies, the Arkansas Times presents the first ever Central Arkansas Music Awards, a ceremony of recognition to take place at the Ron Robinson Theater at 7 p.m. Tuesday, January 23.

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