• Love isn't measured

    Love isn't measured

    December 7, 2017
    The Rep goes minimalist with a romantic 'Magi. /more/
  • A&E Feature

    The act of giving

    November 30, 2017
    The Rep stages a world premiere of 'The Gift of the Magi.' /more/

    To-Do List

    Latin Jazz All-Stars come to South on Main

    December 7, 2017
    And much more. /more/

    In Brief

    Ballet Arkansas presents "The Nutcracker"

    December 7, 2017
    Repeat Repeat come to Maxine's. /more/

    Movie Reviews

    'Three Billboards' nails the 2017 zeitgiest

    December 7, 2017
    It keeps you on edge, all the time. /more/

    'Lady Bird' takes a frank look at money and freedom

    November 30, 2017
    Greta Gerwig directs. /more/

    Pearls About Swine

    Halfway there

    December 7, 2017
    To regrettably borrow from Bon Jovi (and Lord knows I'm not going to cite him much here), Arkansas is halfway there in filling two major athletic department vacancies, and at least as of the time of this writing, livin' on a prayer to plug the remaining void. /more/


    November 30, 2017
    The mercurial 2017 season and Bret Bielema's five-year run at the top of the Hill are now over. At the outset, let's declare Friday, Nov. 24, to be a day for Arkansas athletics as a whole to forget: The men's basketball team got plowed through by the North Carolina Tar Heels and their friendly officials in the PK80 extravaganza out in Portland, and the football team played for, oh, about 19 hours with another Missouri bunch that was largely inept, but had the benefit of a front-loaded schedule to make the Tigers' eventual six-game winning streak after a 1-5 start look downright magical. /more/


    Rock Candy

    Molly McCully Brown's book of poetry lands on New York Times best of the year list

    The New York Times names "The Virginia State Colony for Epileptics and Feebleminded: Poems" by Jeff Baskin Fellow Molly McCully Brown among the best books of the year.

    Ethan Hawke's Blaze Foley biopic bound for Sundance

    “Blaze,” the Ethan Hawke feature film about Malvern native Blaze Foley starring Little Rock native Ben Dickey, is bound for the Sundance Film Festival in 2018 in the American drama category.

    Little Rock native Ashlie Atkinson to star in new Spike Lee film

    Little Rock native and Hendrix College graduate Ashlie Atkinson is to join the cast of the next Spike Lee film, “Black Klansman,” a biopic about a black detective in Colorado Springs, Colo., who climbed the ranks of the local Ku Klux Klan chapter.

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