What's Up!

RSS

A Celebration Of Songs

Highberry fills void in seventh year

Subscriber onlyIn an announcement released just two hours after Wakarusa revealed the music festival would end in 2015, organizers for the Highberry Music Festival shared that the Deadhead Productions event would be moving to Mulberry Mountain for its seventh year. Continue reading...

Craft Squared: Heavy Metal

Studio program brings together beer, manly art

Subscriber onlyRoland David Smith, born in 1906 in Decatur, Ind., might be described as a man's man -- or a man's artist. His father was a part-time inventor; he started his art career as a cartoonist while still in high school; his first job was for the Studebaker automobile factory in South Bend, Ind., where he did riveting, soldering, spot-welding and worked a lathe; and he later sailed the seas on an oil tanker. In the 1930s, he started creating "constructions" of wood, wire, stone, aluminum rod, soldered metal and "found" materials. Continue reading...

A Musical Legacy

Glenn Miller Orchestra remembers swing era

Subscriber onlyGlenn Miller made a huge impact on the American music scene in a short but critical time in U.S. history. Continue reading...

3x3 Three Minutes, Three Questions Pamela Marks

Subscriber onlyPamela Marks says she came up with the idea for Tableside Theater "after directing some mystery dinner theaters for the Village Players when I served on their board of directors." Continue reading...

FYI

Subscriber onlyTODAY (6/24) Continue reading...

LIVE! in NWA

Subscriber onlyToday Continue reading...

Quite The Big Game

Jasper celebrates Boxley Valley elk herd

Subscriber onlyBoxley Valley and the community of Jasper are well-known spots to Arkansans who have visited the area. Maybe you know the area because you've seen the Arkansas elk herd that inhabit the pastures. Or maybe you know because, like some of us, you stop there every time you're in the area to get a glimpse of those elusive elk, only to be left wondering if they're just someone else's imagination. Continue reading...

Garden Offers Free Concerts

Subscriber onlyThe first event of the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks' eighth annual free summer concert series will take place on Tuesday with the Arkansas Winds Community Concert Band. The "Red, White and Blooms" concert is open to the public and gives guests the opportunity to enjoy free live music under the Rotary Peace Arbor. Continue reading...

Art OverView

July: A month of visual art events

Subscriber onlyJuly 1 Continue reading...

Down The Rabbit Hole

Campers hurry to learn the arts of ‘Alice’

Subscriber onlyAdventurous drama students took a quick but deep dive down the rabbit hole during Trike Theatre's first production camp of the summer. Continue reading...

The Rhythm Of The Rails

Music lends tempo to ‘The Boxcar Children’

Subscriber onlyStephen Pigman says he's always conscious of a rhythm. Continue reading...

Peek Behind The Curtain

Architecture Crawl gives look inside downtown Springdale buildings

Subscriber onlyA behind-the-scenes tour of downtown Springdale today will sate those of curious mind and empty stomach. Continue reading...

'Happiest Workers Ever'

‘Greedy Goats’ popular new way to whack weeds

Subscriber only"Goats are just adorable," Connie Rieper-Estes says with laughter in her voice. Continue reading...

Don't panic

Good music on the way

Subscriber onlySouthern rock band Widespread Panic returns tonight to the Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion in Rogers to kick off its summer 2016 tour. For 30 years, the group's music has held influences of jazz, rock and blues -- but most people would call them a jam band. Continue reading...

Perfect Summer Combo

Music, burgers & golf come together for LPGA

Subscriber onlyMusic, burgers and golf might be the recipe for a perfect summer weekend. This year, the Walmart Northwest Arkansas Championship presented by P&G will deliver that perfection with a concert by Grammy nominee Rachel Platten, a two-day food festival and the women of the LPGA taking over the Pinnacle Country Club in Rogers. Continue reading...

« Previous