Get your selfie sticks ready. Robot waiters have arrived.
We caught up with Couch to get his thoughts on the election, why he thinks the amendment failed and the prospects for a recreational marijuana amendment in the future.
'In the Next Room (or The Vibrator Play),' a production about Victorian hysteria, starts Friday at The Weekend Theater
While Dr. Givings experiments with a new electrical invention designed to cure hysteria, an early approximation of the vibrator, his wife, Catherine, takes care of their newborn daughter just a wall away, eavesdropping with jealousy and confusion while struggling to breastfeed. This premise sets off a world of tension in "In the Next Room (or The Vibrator Play)," running at The Weekend Theater for the first three weeks of December.
Arkansas Times staff photographer Brian Chilson caught heavy metal superstars Five Finger Death Punch at Simmons Bank Arena on Saturday, Nov. 26.
Arkansas Times staff photographer Brian Chilson finished off Thanksgiving weekend with a visit to Simmons Bank Arena to see The Eagles on Sunday, Nov. 27.
The teenage suspects will be charged as adults, according to the North Little Rock Police Department.
Hutchinson says Trump meeting with white supremacist was no accident.
A strong cold front will move through Arkansas and the Mid-South tomorrow and bring potentially strong storms with it. The National Weather Service has issued a rare, strong warning the day before the storm.
An article from The Washington Post stirred conversation about the Dallas Cowboys owner’s past intentions, and how he will go forward in inclusion practices for football executives.
The director of the state Alcoholic Beverage Control division revoked River Valley Relief’s cultivation license after a nearly hour-long hearing Monday.
On The Observer’s second day of work at the Arkansas Times, while still clueless about such necessities as the location of the office bathroom, I was tasked with covering something called Young Storytellers, which sounded innocuous enough. However, what was quickly revealed by The Observer’s boss, through a grin so tiny it almost didn’t register as mischievous, was that this would be an immersive — nay, participatory — opportunity.
Forget about the present for an evening and get transported to a world of cigarette smoke, pinstripe suits and tumbling dice. "Guys and Dolls" is at The Rep for all of December.