(Advertisement)

Return of the stand-up comic

Live comedy is back on the menu at Arkansas clubs

Posted: January 27, 2013 at 2:12 a.m.

Comedian Ralphie May, formerly of Clarksville, performs Jan. 17 at the UARK Bowl on West Dickson Street in Fayetteville. The bowl holds an open mic night on Thursdays that reportedly drew up to 200 people at peak times in 2012.

Live comedy is making a comeback after hitting the skids in recent years.

photo

Patrons react during a comedy show at the UARK Bowl. (By: Andy Shupe) (Credit: NWA Media)

This story is only available from our archives.

Business, Pages 61 on 01/27/2013

(Advertisement)



« Previous Story

Partnership offers legal, medical aid

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and its charitable arm are participating in a medical-legal partnership to assist patients from low-income households at Texas Children’s Hospital in H... Read »

Next Story »

Rise of Pallbearer

It’s a little past midnight earlier this month at The White Water Tavern in Little Rock and the place is just about full. The crowd is here to see doom metal quartet Pallbe... Read »