Shawn James will take a solo bluesy turn Tuesday, Jan. 26, at Nightbird Books on Fayetteville’s Dickson Street, the month’s featured wordsmith of the Ozark Poets & Writers Collective.
You hear the band crank into action, twang out the first tune, warm up. Heavy on the drum with rhythm guitar pulsing into the humidity. Hot damn.
It may not be formally daring or visually experimental, but it proves that sometimes a great movie can be simple, that sometimes all it takes is a complex story, well told.
Michael Heffernan, much-honored poet and professor of English at the University of Arkansas, will be the featured writer at the monthly meeting of the Ozark Poets and Writers Collective.
Jenny Tuz is a certified airbrush makeup artist who was trained under celebrity makeup artist Deborah Dietrich. Airbrush makeup gives a natural, flawless look to any skin type.The makeup Jenny uses is Kett cosmetics and is organic, vegan and cruelty free. With custom blended foundations to match any skin type this airbrush makeup goes on…
Entering its sixth year as Fayetteville’s resident film festival this weekend, Offshoot Film Festival is looking its best yet. Originated by the local filmmaker group Seedling Film Association, Offshoot Film Festival is a grassroots organized festival by local filmmakers, actors, designers and other members of the film industry to further the education, networking and promotion…
Jason Bateman is one of America’s most underrated and consistent comedic straight-men, an actor whose sly, mocking tone and facial expressions are almost always employed to reflect off of his co-stars’ insanity.
I initially had no plans to see Ant-Man this weekend. Marvel’s conclusion to it’s massive Phase 2 project was definitely on my list of things to see, but I planned on waiting for a while.
Carol “Kelly” Holst is a letter writer. (For millennials out there in the audience, a “letter” is like an email, except it’s written on paper, and physically transported from here to there by a governmental agency known as the ” United States Postal Service.”)
Consider yourself the artsy type? Well buckle up, because the next two weekends probably couldn’t handle any more events and performances than what’s already been planned.