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KOKY has served as a beacon for black listeners from its beginning in 1956, establishing itself as a source for music, updates and community that African Americans in Little Rock — and across the state — couldn’t get anywhere else, particularly in the limited media landscape for black listeners in the mid-20th century.
A preview of the Arkansas Made-Arkansas Proud event, which showcases craftspeople who create Arkansas goods.
Come savor the season with salsa moves and swill at the third annual Arkansas Times Margarita Festival, presented by Milagro Tequila, 6-9 p.m. Thursday, May 2, on the field of War Memorial Stadium.
A Q&A with Ballet Arkansas's co-directors.
buZ blurr's forthcoming exhibition “Wait of World” runs from April 12-May 2 at CALS Bookstore at Library Square, with an opening reception Friday, April 12, 5-8 p.m.
Interviews and a guide to festival highlights.
See arkansasliteraryfestival.org or a full schedule of author talks, workshops, special events and children's activities.
An interview with the author in advance of his Arkansas Literary Festival appearance.
She navigates mental illness in 'The Collected Schizophrenias.'
An artist, her shadow, create a memoir.
Since 1983, Little Rock's Nichols & Simpson Organbuilders has built a reputation for uncompromising excellence.
Without her nomadic life’s timeline as accompaniment — the youngest of 14 kids, catapulted from Northeast Arkansas to coastal California at the age of 3 — you might hear Iris Dement’s inimitable voice and assume she never left the American South.
Wednesday Night Poetry celebrated its 30th anniversary on Feb. 6, commemorating 1,567 consecutive Wednesdays of weekly poetry readings since it began as the first recurring art event in Hot Springs on Feb. 1, 1989.
How a kitchen cosmetologist built — and handed down — a 90-year legacy of black hair care.
UA Little Rock is, once again, proving the folly of ignoring African-American art, with the exhibition “On Their Own Terms,” which opens Jan. 17 at UA Little Rock’s Windgate Center of Art and Design.
Where the speciality is fantasy coins.
An 87-year-old folk legend casts his spell at the White Water Tavern.
UA instructor and ceramicist Linda Lopez didn't visit an art museum until college. Now she's in demand across the country.
Beyond ones and zeroes.