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Track of Today: Princeaus' 'Keanu Reeves's Puff Cereal'

Track of Today: Princeaus' "Keanu Reeves's Puff Cereal."
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Hot Springs' historic Malco Theater subject of Travel Channel's 'Portals to Hell' episode

Hot Springs' historic Malco Theatre is the subject of an episode of the Travel Channel's "Portals to Hell."
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Track of Today: Matt Stell's 'Man Made'

T02D: Matt Stell's "Man Made."

Seven new dancers at Ballet Arkansas; new season includes 'Dracula,' 'Sleeping Beauty' and a German-inspired Biergarten

Seven new dancers and a new season from Ballet Arkansas.
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Arkansas radio legend Bob Robbins dead at 78

A cornerstone of Arkansas radio since 1967, Bob Robbins was, for many Arkansans, the king of "burnt toast and coffee time." Here, we recall his legacy with excerpts from the Arkansas Times archive from writer David Koon and from Cody Lynn Berry for the Encyclopedia of Arkansas.

A Q&A with 16-year-old North Little Rock filmmaker Corbin Pitts

Pitts' film "Salad Days" premiered to a sold-out crowd this week, and is available to stream starting today. Here's how to watch it.
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Track of Today: Hell Camino's 'Jaws of the Ouachita'

T02D: Hell Camino's "Jaws of the Ouachita."

The artist behind PineAcre, a TikTok account documenting small-town life in Northwest Arkansas

Nicknamed "The Wes Anderson of TikTok," artist Ashlyn Gulbranson documents life in the Arkansas Ozarks for her 60,000 followers.
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Track of Today: Indy Grotto's 'Why Oh Why'

T02D: Indy Grotto's "Why Oh Why."

FreshGrass Festival in Bentonville this weekend

Margo Price and Emmylou Harris and the Red Dirt Boys, along with Amythyst Kiah, Hayes Carll, Dispatch, Amos Lee, Son Rompe Pera, Lost Bayou Ramblers, The Gravel Yard, Alison Brown, Arkansauce, Old Crow Medicine Show and folk art curated by one of the genre’s most forward-thinking ambassadors, Willi Carlisle.
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Velvetina's Little Burlesque Show at Stickyz Saturday

It’s part of a “Pistons and Pasties” tour, in which Taylor is riding her 1200cc Harley Davidson across the South, performing burlesque along the way.

Arkansas's LGBTQ+ film festival returns to the big screen

Arkansas’s only queer film festival, presented by Central Arkansas Pride, begins Thursday, May 19, and has an impressive slate of eight feature films and 55 short films from around the world.

Track of Today: Adam Faucett's "Melanie"

T02D: Adam Faucett's "Melanie."

New strain review: Here Comes the Sun (King OG)

When I opened up my jar of Sun King (I love that Revolution always uses glass jars for its packaging), I was greeted by the unmistakable smell of OG Kush, which is a pungent blend of pine, citrus and diesel fuel, except this strain has an added earthy aroma that is not as prevalent in the original OG Kush.

City director criticizes summer concert slate at First Security Amphitheater

Concerts are returning to the First Security Amphitheater this summer after a limited number of shows in 2021 and no performances in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. But the line-up thus far has inspired criticism from At-Large Little Rock Director Antwan Phillips.

Track of Today: Colour Design's 'Feel Like Going Home'

T02D: Colour Design's "Feel Like Going Home."

Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse Sunday night

The total lunar eclipse will be visible late Sunday evening.

Amy Garland Band at White Water Tavern Friday

The multi-talented Amy Garland brings her band to the White Water Tavern Friday night.

KABF documentary is up (but not for long)

Filmed in 2017, the film follows the small but mighty community radio station, longtime station manager and volunteers as they navigate "Trump’s inevitable inauguration, the first Women’s March, local tensions over MLK events, a hostile state takeover of public elementary schools, and, caught up in it all, the 80th birthday of its station manager, a beloved icon of regional radio and Black history."

National Astronomy Day celebration at River Ridge Observatory Saturday

Your plans for National Astronomy Day just got way cooler.
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