It’s been nigh a decade since DC comics had a movie that exceeded expectations. Since Marvel started their shared universe, DC has been rushing to catch up with the competition, often to the detriment of their characters. Superman is now a dour, morose person who barely qualifies as a hero and Batman is practically a…
A art exhibit and music presentation will be held Sunday, June 4, to promote awareness of marine debris and plastic waste in the U.S.’s waterways. Blue Brasher-Rues, 14-year-old Fayetteville High School freshman, has organized and will curate the event. She has coordinated with a national group, BowSeat Ocean Awareness Programs, to present a unique night…
Netflix’s hit show 13 Reasons Why, about the suicide of high-schooler Hannah Baker, has monumentally failed its target audience.
For all the strong-willed mothers in life this Mother’s Day, a local theatre group will be performing a staged reading of “Grounded,” a one-woman play centered around American politics and motherhood.
The pioneering black historical fantasy short film, The Forever Tree, premiered Tuesday, May 2 at Bentonville Film Fest.
Members from Connotations, a student-produced lit mag out of Fayetteville High School, will take the podium Tuesday, April 25, at Nightbird Books, for a round of readings.
The comedy forces of Northwest Arkansas and beyond are coming together for three nights of improv, stand up, storytelling, music and general hilarity this weekend.
If you’re in the market for something unique to do Easter weekend, there’s going to be a live improvised scoring of a classic silent sci-fi film at Artist’s Laboratory Theatre.
An arts series called Nasty Women Northwest Arkansas aims to celebrate “nasty women” — a reference to President Donald Trump’s label for Hillary Clinton during a presidential debate — by displaying art by more than 30 local women from all mediums throughout the month of April. The local exhibits will join the global Nasty Women…
At 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 28, novelist Richard Massey of Springdale will feature for the Ozark Poets and Writers Collective (OPWC).