Northwest Arkansas will soon be host to its first-ever performance art festival featuring 28 artists from as far as China and as close as Fayetteville. It’s also going to be completely free.
TheatreSquared’s newest play to debut, “Rapture, Blister, Burn,” by Gina Gionfriddo takes on a generational perspective of feminist values and viewpoints with the characters’ lives acting as the vehicle.
On Friday, April 8, Art Amiss and The Idle Class magazine will host the second annual Black Apple Awards event to honor and celebrate Arkansas artists, musicians and creatives.
Twenty-five years ago, a bike accident in New York put Wendy Taylor Carlisle’s son in intensive care, causing her to decamp from her home in Texarkana to be at his side, there, as she told me, to will him to live.
Twins by Antonietta Duke Not one but two. What’s to do? Two of everything will be twice as hard. Only one bedroom, too, is a wild card. Somehow it just must work. Don’t feel like a jerk. We’ll all sleep together and keep each other warm. At least we’ll be in out…
Nearly 50 years ago, Moshe Newmark, recently out of the University of Miami’s mass communications program, began a World Brotherhood Peace tour of the world.
Apartment living was a pet peeve of Marjorie’s.
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.