Samuel Smith’s Old Brewery in Tadcaster, England, brought back the style of porter in 1979 after more than 50 years in obscurity.
On Tuesday the Sun (0 Cancer, summer solstice) reached its farthest northern position at the Tropic of Cancer (23 degrees 27, north pole, Earth’s axis, maximum inclination).
A proposed outdoor entertainment venue in Benton County had to cancel it’s kickoff July concert and has pushed back it’s finish date to August, but the venue did get approval recently to proceed with a scaled back version.
Local group the 1 oz. Jig is teaming up with Louisiana-based Stiff Necked Fools this Friday, June 24 to draw out a big crowd of music lovers to George’s Majestic Lounge in Fayetteville.
The Riverfront Blues Fest returns June 24-25 at Harry E. Kelley Park in Fort Smith.
Jen Jabaily-Blackburn, a recent UA MFA graduate and a senior editor for Linebreak.org, will read her work at the Ozark Poets & Writers Collective monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 28 at Nightbird Books in Fayetteville.
On Monday, I attended a meeting at the Omni Center held by Arkansans for Compassionate Care. It served as a training session for volunteers to help collect signatures in support of the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Act.
History books? Not with my tax dollars!
So here is “Duke Nukem Forever” at last – the most disappointing blockbuster of at least 2011 and possibly hereafter, forevermore, indefinitely, until death do us part.
Jim Carrey has the unique gift of being both a brilliant, hysterical buffoon and a quality dramatic actor. It’s when he aims for a middle ground that the results are dull at best and painful at worst.