Join the Little Rock Wind Symphony at MacArthur Park on Sunday, June 12, for the 20th Annual Flag Day salute.
Our in-depth interview with Scoot Pietsch, an Emmy-nominated composer/songwriter, television producer and playwright. Written in 2010, his dark, hilarious comedy Windfall will conclude The Rep’s 40th anniversary season with its world premiere. With a true talent for composition and storytelling, Scooter Pietsch’s Windfall is sure to be an instant sensation!
Incredibly Charming Paper & Gifts, headquartered in Little Rock, embodies Southern sass and hospitality with personalized grab-and-go gifts! The company’s gold foil personalization line recently won the “Bridal Winner” category at the seventh annual Trendy Awards!
The Southern Gourmasian will feature a soybean-inspired dish for the Kitchen | Fields Table Tour throughout the month of June. Arkansans can enjoy a truly local experience: where their food comes from and the impact they have on the industry by consuming soy products, which in turn supports local soybean farmers.
Fab five, vacation beckons.
During even a brief encounter with Chris Hiryak, his love for the Natural State is undeniable.
Inventor Shane Light shares a passion for science and its universal appeal at this year’s Tinkerfest – an experience not to be missed.
SERVING THE COMMUNITY and celebrating the leading ladies that make the Central Arkansas culinary scene unique.
Acclaimed for his role as George Costanza on the hit TV sitcom Seinfeld, Jason Alexander joins The Arkansas Repertory Theatre as director for the world premiere of Windfall.
Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre, the only professional theatre company in the state dedicated to producing Shakespeare’s plays, celebrates a decade of bringing The Bard’s world-renowned works to life.