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          FBI and Delta Team up to Transport Stolen ‘Wizard of Oz’ Slippers to Smithsonian      Cache   Translate Page      
We’ve seen commercial airliners carry some pretty remarkable people, objects and animals, but Dorothy’s ruby red slippers? That’s another level entirely. Turns out, the iconic red slippers from “The Wizard of Oz” were stolen in 2005 from the Judy Garland Museum in her hometown of Grand Rapids, Minnesota. Some 13 years later, Delta Air Lines …
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          Teal Tangerine Tassel Garland Tissue Paper Tassels Garland Kit Set of 6 to 50 Choose your quantity by shoppe3130      Cache   Translate Page      

5.00 USD

Looking for a fun a way to decorate a party, wedding, shower or even just decorate one of your favorite rooms or spaces? Look no more! These hand cut tissue paper garlands are adorably fun!

Order our Teal Tangerine tassel set from this listing
OR
choose your own colors from our chart (shown in listing photos). If you would like to choose your own colors - please use our other tassel link below:

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About the Tassel Garland-

- Choose the quantity of tassels you need for your garland. We sell sets of 6 to sets of 50

- Each tassel is about 12 inches long when folded.

-This listing is for our DIY set. . . meaning we fold and cut the tassels, include the twine and the easy to follow instructions for you to assemble/fold the tassel garland. (instructions are also shown in the last photo of this listing as well)

- Once assembled the garland is approximately 8 feet for the 16 tassel garland - 20 tassel garland….. larger sets have about 15 feet of twine for hanging. You can space the tassels out however you like. If you want a fuller look - order a larger set and use less twine length. If you like the thinner look - order the smaller set and space the tassels out more.





- This is our DIY set - and does require some assembly. We do have assembled sets as well - see link below.

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- DIY sets come with Tissue that is pre cut, easy to follow instructions (see last photo).

- Twine for hanging is included.

- Photo instructions for assembly are included in each package


- Made in the USA by Shoppe3130

- Made with 100% recycled tissue paper


NOTE ABOUT COLORS: We have over 65 colors to choose from. If you want to choose your own colors use this link to order please: https://www.etsy.com/listing/229994685/tassel-garland-tissue-paper-tassels?ref=listing-shop-header-0


Please allow 1-3 business day for this item to ship. If you need a garland by a certain date - please confirm that info before ordering or in the message to seller section at checkout. Though we try our best to ship within the 1-3 business days - we do not guarantee production time -this is simply a good estimate.

All garlands are shipped first class unless you choose to upgrade to priority shipping at checkout. First class takes about 3-5 business days in the US. Priority shipping takes about 2-3 business days in the US. Shipping time does not include production time (1-3 business days)


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And Shonen Knife comes to Stickyz.

THURSDAY 9/13

Banana Moonshine Salon interpolates comedy with music and drag performances at the White Water Tavern, 9 p.m., $5. Oklahoma "jamtronica" outfit Montu lands at Four Quarter Bar, with Kadela, 10 p.m., $5. Last chance to catch two community theater shows: "The House That Will Not Stand" at The Weekend Theater, through Sept. 15, $16; and "The Legend of Georgia McBride" at The Studio Theatre, through Sept. 16, $16-$20. Meanwhile, Community Theatre of Little Rock breaks its hiatus with "The Producers" at the Elks Lodge in North Little Rock, through Sept. 30; see centralarkansastickets.com for details on all. The Loony Bin has a triple feature up this week, with sets from Chad Thornsberry, Mike Head and Nick Hoff, 7:30 p.m., Thu.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12. The Garland County Fair continues at 4831 Malvern Ave., $15-$35, see garlandcountyfair.com for a full schedule. Mel Brooks' "History of the World, Pt. 1" screens at Crush Wine Bar, sunset, free. Mike and the Moonpies get twangy at Stickyz Rock 'n' Roll Chicken Shack, with Cody West, 9 p.m., $10-$13. The Billy Jones Band entertains at Cajun's, 9 p.m., $5.

FRIDAY 9/14

Flawless rock trio Shonen Knife brings you more songs about cats and food at Stickyz, with Spirit Cuntz and The Wirms, 8:30 p.m., $12-$15. See last week's Arkansas Times for an interview with comedian Matt Besser, who joins Trusty for a #votethemout concert at Vino's, 8 p.m. Monsters of Todd 5 features sets from DeFrance, Third Degree, Tragikly White and more, 7 p.m., Rev Room, $10. Hwy. 124 takes the stage at Oaklawn Racing & Gaming's Silks Bar & Grill, 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat. Northern Italy blues rocker Eliana "Miss E" Cargnelutti plays at Markham Street Grill and Pub, with an opening set from Psychedelic Velocity, 8:30 p.m., $5. Lady Lola LeStrange joins the Foul Play Cabaret troupe for a burlesque show at Maxine's in Hot Springs, 9 p.m., $12-$15. Catch a double bill at Cajun's Wharf, with Ben Byers on the deck and the Buh Jones Band on the main stage, 9 p.m., $5. Richard Burnett & The Home School Dropouts take the cozy stage at Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

SATURDAY 9/15

Listen Sister takes "The Night I Stole Your Pen" and other tales to the White Water Tavern with Kassi Moe and Polly's Pockets, 9 p.m. The Arkansas Historic Preservation Program's next "Walks Through History" explores downtown Osceola, 11 a.m., free. A DeCarcerate conference at CALS Ron Robinson Theater features talks on solving the nation's mass incarceration problem, 10 a.m., $12-$30. Matt Besser and Trusty reprise the #votethemout bill at Kings Live Music in Conway, 8:30 p.m., $5. Champs "Sycho" Sid Vicious, Chavo Guerrero, Jr. and Barbi Hayden hop in the ring for World Class Revolution Wrestling at the Griffin Music Hall in El Dorado's Murphy Arts District, 7 p.m., $10-$60. Ten Penny Gypsy duets at Ya Ya's Euro Bistro, 6:30 p.m. Stays in Vegas takes the stage at Vino's with Makeshift and Narrow Dinero, 8 p.m., $7. Tinkerfest takes over the Museum of Discovery, with engineering and science activities galore, 9 a.m., $8-$10. DJ Ron spins tunes at Discovery Nightclub, 9 p.m., $10. The Clear Channel Metroplex hosts MMA faceoffs for 360 Fight Club, 7 p.m., $25-$80. Four on the Floor puts the pedal to the metal at Stickyz, with Cherry Red, 9 p.m., $5. Santoros takes its self-described "Mexican-American garage surf rock" to Maxine's with Joshua October & The Wool and Billy Ruben and the Elevated Enzymes, 9 p.m., $7. Son Sin Gnero is next up in Crystal Bridges Museum's Forest Concert Series with "Cha Cha Cha! From Mambo to Salsa," 7 p.m., $10.

SUNDAY 9/16

Double Sunday bill at Four Quarter Bar! Come to Argenta early to catch Finnish bluegrass outfit The Steve 'N' Seagulls with The Restless Leg String Band, 8 p.m., $12, and stick around for Good Foot, 10 p.m., $7. A screening of "The Giants Wore White Gloves" tells the tale of the Women's Emergency Committee to Open Our Schools during the Little Rock desegregation crisis, 2 p.m., CALS Ron Robinson Theater, free. GGOOLLDD's frontwoman Margaret Butler glitters and croons at Stickyz, 8 p.m., $10.

MONDAY 9/17

Jazz guitar gurus Peter Bernstein and Ted Ludwig join forces for an evening at The Joint Theater & Coffeehouse, 7:30 p.m., $30-$40. The Goat Band (Barry McVinney, Steve Hudleson, Brian Wolverton and Patrick Lindsey) takes up its post for a monthly Monday jazz combo set at The Studio Theatre, 7:30 p.m. The world's largest pop-up Irish pub goes up on the Plaza Lawn of the Hot Springs Convention Center to celebrate the "halfway mark" to the World's Shortest St. Patrick's Day Parade, 4 p.m.

WEDNESDAY 9/19

Dizzy 7 entertains at the penultimate Jazz in the Park concert for this year, 6 p.m., History Pavilion, Riverfront Park, free. Troy, Mich., post-hardcore rockers We Came As Romans take the stage at the Clear Channel Metroplex, 8 p.m., $18-$20. Charley Crockett takes his traditionalist blues set to the stage at Stickyz, 8:30 p.m., $12-$15.


          2018 fall Arkansas film preview      Cache   Translate Page      
Film offerings come into focus.

The Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, the crown jewel and elder statesman of our state's film festival circuit, returns to the Spa City Oct. 19-27 for nine days of features, shorts, episodic content and nonfiction virtual reality experiences. This marks the 27th year for America's oldest documentary film festival, and next month's installment is coming off the heels of last year's record-breaking attendance numbers for what was arguably the strongest lineup of films and guests in the festival's history.

Opening the festival this year is "Hillbilly," a personal and political look into the gap between media depiction of the Appalachians and real life. The centerpiece film this year is "The Gospel of Eureka," the buzzed-about documentary exploring the clash between LGBTQ and evangelical cultures in Eureka Springs. "Daughters of the Sexual Revolution: The Untold Stories of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders" closes the fest. General admission tickets are $12 a pop, day passes will run you $30, and three-day opening and closing passes are $120 each. For $225, the Film Buff Pass offers admission to all regular films during the festival, but the $400 All-Access Pass is the definitive way to go, with priority admission to screenings, awards ceremonies, the legendary HSDFF parties and a place to catch your breath in those cushy filmmaker and special guest lounges. For information on this year's screenings, passes and volunteer opportunities, go to hsdfi.org

If your tastes run more toward the sanguinary, Garland County still has you covered with the Hot Springs International Horror Film Festival, which raises the curtain Sept. 20 for a four-day run. It will feature 40 bloody, binge-ready films. R.A. Mihailoff, paranormal investigator, former professional wrestler and one of the honored few to slide into the Leatherface mask, leads a motorcycle ride from Rodney's Cycle House in Little Rock to Central Avenue for a private screening of his new biker flick, "Ride Hard Live Free." The immediately recognizable Michael Berryman ("One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," "The Hills Have Eyes," and the 1991 video store classic "The Guyver") will attend his new film, "The Evil Within." Single tickets are $11, day passes are $20, four-day passes are $40. The VIP pass for all films and seminars is priced right at $95. 

If you find yourself in Northwest Arkansas that same weekend, slide into the Fayetteville Film Festival. From Sept. 20-22, FFF offers local and international shorts, experimental film, documentaries, virtual reality, block parties and after-parties — the whole shooting match — all on the Fayetteville square. Highlights include "All Square," starring Emmy-nominated Michael Kelly ("House of Cards") as a bookie running numbers on Little League games; "Wild Nights With Emily," featuring Molly Shannon ("Saturday Night Live") as — yes, you're reading this right and, yes, it is awesome — Emily Dickinson; "Fail State," an expose on the rise of for-profit colleges; 2018 SXSW Grand Jury Prize winner "Thunder Road"; and, happily for those who missed the sold-out Arkansas Cinema Society screening of the LR-made "Antiquities," it screens Friday night.

Little Rock's repertory film screenings seem to get more reliable by the year, too. Crush Wine Bar in Argenta now hosts a monthly series by the Film Society of Little Rock: Mel Brooks' "History of the World Part I" screens at 8 p.m. Sept. 13, and 1986's "Aliens," the sequel to James Cameron's 1979 high-water mark in sci-fi horror/thriller/action, comes to its back deck on Oct. 11. 

This newspaper's own monthly film series, programmed by "No Small Talk" podcast co-host Omaya Jones, keeps on rolling at the Riverdale 10. This month features Bob Fosse's spectacular 1979 film "All That Jazz" on Tuesday, Sept. 18. The venue also hosts radio-head Dave Elswick's long-running series: Oct. 9 is your chance to see "The Exorcist" on the big screen. Diamond Bear Brewery, now in the movie programming game, takes to the same theater for John Hughes' best movie (don't @ me), "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" on Oct. 23. 

And, as ever, keep your eyes open for announcements from the Arkansas Cinema Society. There are no officially announced ACS events for the fall just yet, but, we're told lots of exciting things are in the works. When it announces it, you know we'll run it — so stay tuned to the Rock Candy blog, check arkansascinemasociety.org, and follow the ACS Facebook page to find out what Little Rock's next hot film ticket will be. 


          Fall Arts 2018 calendar      Cache   Translate Page      
Art, music, film and more.

GREATER LITTLE ROCK

MUSIC

SEPT. 20: Laurence Juber. Argenta Acoustic Music Series. The Joint Theater & Coffeehouse, 7:30 p.m., $25.

SEPT. 20: Malcolm Holcombe. White Water Tavern, 8:30 p.m., $10.

SEPT. 20: Charlotte Taylor. Cajun's Wharf, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 21: Mulehead. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

SEPT. 21: Go For Gold, Slick Grip, Vera Forever. Vino's, 8 p.m., $8.

SEPT. 21: Kimberly Marshall. A concert from the Central Arkansas Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 8 p.m., free.

SEPT. 21: Flatland Cavalry. Stickyz Rock 'n' Roll Chicken Shack, 9 p.m., $10-$13.

SEPT. 21: Dylan Earl & The Reasons Why, Dazz & Brie. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m.

SEPT. 21: Mister Lucky. Cajun's Wharf, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 21: "The Fabulous Freddie Mercury Tribute." Featuring Randall Shreve. Rev Room, 10 p.m., $15-$20.

SEPT. 22: Claude Bourbon. A Little Rock Folk Club concert. Hibernia Irish Tavern, 7:30 p.m., $8-$15.

SEPT. 22: The Toadies. Rev Room, 8 p.m., $20-$25.

SEPT. 22: Royal Thunder, Headcold, Or. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m.

SEPT. 22: LLC, I-40 Ramblers. Cajun's Wharf, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 22: Henry and the Invisibles. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $8.

SEPT. 26: Jazz in the Park: Rodney Block Collective. History Pavilion, Riverfront Park, 6 p.m., free.

SEPT. 26: Sunflower Bean. Stickyz, 8 p.m., $12-$15.

SEPT. 27: Potluck & Poison Ivy. Featuring Kevin Gordon. 7 p.m., The Joint, $35.

SEPT. 27: Amythyst Kiah. Oxford American Concert Series. South on Main, 8 p.m., $25-$32.

SEPT. 27: Randy Rogers Band. Rev Room, 8:30 p.m., $20-$25.

SEPT. 27: RVS. Cajun's Wharf, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 28: "Gershwin: Remembrance and Discovery." A concert from Richard Glazier. 7:30 p.m., CALS Ron Robinson. Free.

SEPT. 28: The Sword. Rev Room, 8:30 p.m., $18-$20.

SEPT. 28: Bluesboy Jag & Mudboy. Markham Street Grill and Pub, 8:30 p.m.

SEPT. 28: Lydia Lunch Retrovirus, Mouton, Listen Sister. Four Quarter Bar, 9 p.m., $10.

SEPT. 28: William Blackart, Colour Design, Fiscal Spliff. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m.

SEPT. 28: Mark Edgar Stuart. South on Main, 7 p.m.

SEPT. 28: Unraveled. Cajun's Wharf, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 29: As Cities Burn. Vino's, 7 p.m., $15.

SEPT. 29: Dave Hoover, Sean Michael. An Elvis Tribute. Argenta Community Theater, 7 p.m.

SEPT. 29: Earl & Them. Cajun's Wharf, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 29-30: "Sorcerer's Apprentice." Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m. Sat., 3 p.m. Sun., $16-$68.

SEPT. 30: Colt Ford. Clear Channel Metroplex, 6 p.m., $22-$30.

SEPT. 30: The Salty Dogs. White Water Tavern, 6 p.m.

OCT. 2: Mozart & Schumann. Arkansas Symphony Orchestra's River Rhapsodies Chamber Series. Clinton Presidential Center, 7 p.m., $23.

OCT. 3: Squirrel Nut Zippers. Rev Room, 8 p.m., $30-$35.

OCT. 4: September Mourning. Rev Room, 8 p.m., $10-$13.

OCT. 5: Gil Franklin. Markham Street Grill and Pub, 8:30 p.m.

OCT. 5: Destroyed of Light, Colour Design. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m.

OCT. 5: Sabine Valley, Wild Yam. Vino's, 8 p.m., $7.

OCT. 5: The Big News. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

OCT. 6: Kate Campbell. A Little Rock Folk Club concert. Hibernia Irish Tavern. 8:30 p.m., $15.

OCT. 6: Steezy Street, Bedroom Collective. Vino's, 8 p.m., $7.

OCT. 6: Amasa Hines. Rev Room, 9 p.m., $12-$15.

OCT. 6: J.D. Wilkes. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m., $10.

OCT. 6: The Smoking Flowers. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

OCT. 7: R&B Cook-Off: Rhythm & Blues, Ribs & Butts. With music from Lagniappe. 1 p.m., Argenta Plaza, $15.

OCT. 7: "The Singing Heart." An Arkansas Chamber Singers concert. Calvary Baptist Church, 3 p.m., $10-$18.

OCT. 9: Fall Out Boy. Verizon Arena, 7 p.m., $31-$71.

OCT. 9: Trixie Mattel. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 8 p.m., $41-$166.

OCT. 10: Lauren Daigle. Verizon Arena, 7:30 p.m., $28-$78.

OCT. 11: Thomas Rhett, Brett Young, Midland. Verizon Arena, 7:30 p.m., $33-$78.

OCT. 11: Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires. White Water Tavern, 8:30 p.m.

OCT. 12: Harrisong. Markham Street Grill and Pub, 8:30 p.m.

OCT. 12: Deadbird, Terminal Nation, Tranquilo. White Water Tavern, 8:30 p.m.

OCT. 12: The Great Whiskey Rendezvous. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

OCT. 12: Cody Johnson. First Security Amphitheater, 6:30 p.m., $25-$80.

OCT. 13: Trey Johnson & Jason Willmon. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m.

OCT. 13: The Busty Petites. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

OCT. 18: "Sounds in the Stacks: Tonya Leeks." CALS Sue Cowan Williams Library, 6:30 p.m., free.

OCT. 18: Brooke Miller. Argenta Acoustic Music Series. The Joint Theater & Coffeehouse, 7:30 p.m., $25.

OCT. 18: The Russ Liquid Test. Rev Room, 9 p.m., $16-$20.

OCT. 18: Robert Finley. Oxford American Concert Series. South on Main, 8 p.m., $28-$36.

OCT. 19: Jerry Redd & The Snowmen. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m.

OCT. 19: Big Red Flag, Jamie Lou & the Hullabaloo. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

OCT. 20-21: "The Music of Star Wars." Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m. Sat., 3 p.m. Sun., $16-$68.

OCT. 21: John Fullbright. Oxford American Concert Series, South on Main, 7 p.m., $25-$34.

OCT. 22: "Take Me To the River." Dirty Dozen Brass Band, George Porter Jr. and others. UA Pulaski Technical College, Center for the Humanities and Arts, 7:30 p.m., $30-$110.

OCT. 26: Combsy. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

OCT. 27: Negro Terror, Queen Anne's Revenge, Bloodlikewine, Headdrop, Mortalus and more. Four Quarter Bar, 8 p.m., $10.

OCT. 28: MercyMe. Verizon Arena, 6 p.m., $23-$68.

OCT. 28: The Steel Wheels. Oxford American Concert Series. South on Main, 7 p.m., $20-$26.

OCT. 31: "The Rocky Horror Pickin' Show." The Crumbs. Four Quarter Bar, 9 p.m., $7.

NOV. 1: Keith Urban. Verizon Arena, 7:30 p.m., $40-$97.

NOV. 1: Fabian Almazan Trio. Oxford American Concert Series. South on Main, 8 p.m., $30-$34.

NOV. 2: Rodney Carrington. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7 p.m., $44-$179.

NOV. 2: The Josh Parks Band. Markham Street Grill and Pub, 8:30 p.m.

NOV. 2: Mountain Sprout. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $8.

NOV. 3: Ray LaMontagne. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 8 p.m., $35-$85.

NOV. 3: NF. Verizon Arena, 8 p.m., $25-$45.

NOV. 3: Freeverse. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

NOV. 9: Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. Verizon Arena, 8 p.m., $60-$125.

NOV. 9: Charlie Hunter Trio. CALS Ron Robinson Theater, 7 p.m., $10.

NOV. 10-11: "Elgar's Enigma." Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m. Sat., 3 p.m. Sun., $16-$68.

NOV. 13: "Sounds in the Stacks: Stuart Baer." CALS Amy Sanders Library, Sherwood, 6:30 p.m., free.

NOV. 13: "Laskarov Plays Brahms." Arkansas Symphony Orchestra's River Rhapsodies Chamber Series. Clinton Presidential Center, 7 p.m., $23.

NOV. 13: Drive-By Truckers. Rev Room, 8 p.m., $25-$30.

NOV. 15: Ian Ethan Case. Argenta Acoustic Music Series. The Joint Theater & Coffeehouse, 7:30 p.m., $25.

NOV. 16: Arkansauce. Rev Room, 8:30 p.m., $8-$10.

NOV. 16: Dazz & Brie, Zigtebra. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $8.

NOV. 18: Mae. Rev Room, 7:30 p.m., $17-$20.

NOV. 20: "Le Grand Orgue." Organist Rees Roberts. St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 7 p.m.

NOV. 30: Ashley McBryde. Rev Room, 8:30 p.m., $20.

DEC. 1: Five Finger Death Punch, Breaking Benjamin. Verizon Arena, 6 p.m., $25-$80.

DEC. 1: The Here and Now Band. A Little Rock Folk Club concert. Hibernia Irish Tavern, 8:30 p.m., $15.

DEC. 1: Puddles Pity Party. UA Pulaski Technical College, Center for the Humanities and Arts, 7:30 p.m., $25-$40.

DEC. 6: Mandolin Orange. Oxford American Concert Series. South on Main, 8 p.m., $30-$38.

DEC. 7-8: "A Song for the Season." An Arkansas Chamber Singers concert. Old State House Museum, 7 p.m., free.

DEC. 14: Akeem Kemp Band. Markham Street Grill and Pub, 8:30 p.m.

DEC. 14-16: "Home for the Holidays." Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m. Fri.-Sat., 3 p.m. Sun., $16-$68.

VISUAL ART

THROUGH SEPT. 28: "Memory / Commitment / Aspiration," works from the Pierrette Van Cleve Collection; "Water Memory," installation. UA Little Rock.

THROUGH SEPT. 30: "Mauricio Silerio: Los Demonios de mi Terra." Underwater photography. UA Little Rock.

THROUGH OCT. 7: "Justin Bryant: That Survival Apparatus." Watercolors and prints. Historic Arkansas Museum.

THROUGH OCT. 7: "Robert Baines: Living Treasure and Fabulous Follies." Jewelry. Arkansas Arts Center.

THROUGH OCT. 11: "Peter Pincus: Color and Form," ceramics; "Art Process: Drawings and More." University of Central Arkansas.

THROUGH OCT. 19: "American Perspectives on Modernism." UA Pulaski Tech.

THROUGH OCT. 27: "A Legacy of Brewers: The Paintings of Nicholas, Adrian and Edwin Brewer." Butler Center's Galleries at Library Square.

THROUGH OCT. 28: "Up in Smoke." The accoutrements of smoking. Esse Purse Museum.

THROUGH OCT. 28: "Reveal/Conceal: Exploring Identity in Contemporary Art." Arkansas Arts Center.

THROUGH NOV. 4: "Delta Through the Decades Deux: Selections from the Collection." Arkansas Arts Center.

THROUGH NOV. 4: "Space Between Teeth: Linda Lopez + Marc Mitchell." Historic Arkansas Museum.

THROUGH FALL 2019: "A Piece of My Soul: Quilts by Black Arkansans." Old State House Museum. 324-9597.

SEPT. 20 (OPENS): "RESPECT: Celebrating 50 years of AfriCOBRA." Mosaic Templars Cultural Center. 683-3593.

SEPT. 22: Thea Paves the Way, chalk art event. Clinton Presidential Center.

SEPT. 25: "City Leaders as Urban Designers: Planning for Rapid Change." Architecture and Design Network. Arkansas Arts Center.

SEPT. 28-DEC. 30: "Independent Vision: Modern and Contemporary Art from the Martin Muller Collection." Arkansas Arts Center.

OCT. 10-NOV. 10: "Artist as Catalyst." Silkscreens. UA Little Rock.

OCT. 15-NOV. 16: "Faculty Biennial." UA Little Rock.

OCT. 22-DEC. 2: "Electrify: VSA Emerging Young Artists." UA Little Rock.

COMEDY

THROUGH NOV. 17: "The Lighter Side of the Apocalypse." A comedy from The Main Thing. The Joint, 8 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $24.

SEPT. 19-22: Michael Mack. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

SEPT. 22: The Comedy Get Down. Featuring Cedric the Entertainer, Eddie Griffin, D.L. Hughley and George Lopez. Verizon Arena, 8 p.m., $49-$75.

SEPT. 25: Punch Line. Weekly open-mic stand-up comedy. The Joint, 8 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 26-29: Greg Morton. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $10-$15.

SEPT. 26: The Joint Venture. Weekly improv comedy. The Joint, 8 p.m., $8.

SEPT. 27: Steve Hofstetter. The Loony Bin, 9:45 a.m., $20.

SEPT. 30: Brad Williams. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m., $22.

OCT. 3-6: Ricky Reyes. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

OCT. 10-13: Quinn Patterson. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

OCT. 16: Brain Trust with Michael Brown. Hibernia Irish Tavern. 8 p.m.

OCT. 17-20: Alex Elkin. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

OCT. 20: The Veterans of Comedy. Arkansas Repertory Theatre, 8 p.m.

OCT. 24-27: J.R. Brow. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

NOV. 7-10: Dave Landau. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

NOV. 14-17: Mr. Showtime. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

NOV. 23-JAN. 12: "A Fertle Holiday." A holiday comedy from The Main Thing. The Joint, 8 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $24.

NOV. 28-DEC. 1: Reno Collier. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

NOV. 30: Steve Martin & Martin Short, I'm With Her. Verizon Arena, 8 p.m., $60-$250.

NOV. 30: Kountry Wayne. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 8 p.m., $28-$48.

DEC. 7: Martin Lawrence. Verizon Arena, 7:30 p.m., $40-$120.

DEC. 18: Brain Trust with Michael Brown. Hibernia Irish Tavern. 8 p.m.

DANCE

OCT. 19-21: "Dracula." A Ballet Arkansas production. UA Pulaski Technical College, Center for Humanities and Arts, 7 p.m. Fri.-Sat., 2 p.m. Sat.-Sun., $15-$35.

DEC. 7-9: "Nutcracker Spectacular." A Ballet Arkansas production. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7 p.m. Fri.-Sat., 2 p.m. Sat.-Sun., $23-$102.

DEC. 9: "Land of the Sweets Nutcracker Tea." A Ballet Arkansas performance and meet-and-greet. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 11:30 a.m., $30.

DEC. 27: Moscow Ballet's "Great Russian Nutcracker." Robinson Center Performance Hall, 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., $31-$178.

FILM

OCT. 7: "The Opera House." A documentary screening from Arkansas Cinema Society and Arkansas District Metropolitan Opera Auditions. CALS Ron Robinson Theater, 2:30 p.m., $25.

OCT. 9: "The Exorcist." (1979). With stuntwoman Ann Miles. CALS Ron Robinson Theater, 6:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 11, 16: "MFKZ." English dubs. Cinemark Colonel Glenn 18, 7 p.m.

OCT. 12: "George Takei's 'Allegiance': The Broadway Musical on the Big Screen." CALS Ron Robinson Theater, 7 p.m., free.

NOV. 16: "The Last Waltz." CALS Ron Robinson Theater, 7 p.m., $5.

THEATER

THROUGH SEPT. 22: "Social Security." Murry's Dinner Playhouse Theater.

THROUGH SEPT. 30: "The Producers." Community Theatre of Little Rock. Elks Lodge, North Little Rock.

SEPT. 25-OCT. 20: "The Foreigner." Murry's Dinner Playhouse Theater.

OCT. 6: "Unemployment." A reading of Werner Trieschmann's play from the Rolling River Playwrights Collective. Arkansas Repertory Theatre, 7 p.m., $10.

OCT. 11-28: "Evil Dead: The Musical." The Studio Theatre.

OCT. 12-13: "Jersey Boys." The touring Broadway production. Robinson Center Performance Hall, $28-$78.

OCT. 12-28: "If/Then." The Weekend Theater.

OCT. 23-NOV. 17: "The Hallelujah Girls." Murry's Dinner Playhouse Theater.

OCT. 28: "Murder in the Cathedral." St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 7 p.m.

NOV. 1-4: "Blackbird." The Studio Theatre.

NOV. 3: "Life Science." A reading of Judy B. Goss' play from the Rolling River Playwrights Collective. Arkansas Repertory Theatre, 7 p.m., $10.


NOV. 20-25: "Love Never Dies." The touring Broadway production. Robinson Center Performance Hall.

NOV. 23-DEC. 31: "Elf." Murry's Dinner Playhouse Theater.

NOV. 29-DEC. 14: "A Christmas Story." The Studio Theatre.

NOV. 30-DEC. 15: "Steel Magnolias." The Weekend Theater.

NOV. 30-DEC. 16: "Jack Frost in Santa Land." Arkansas Arts Center Children's Theatre.

DEC. 1: "Blood Moon." A reading of John Haman's play from the Rolling River Playwrights Collective. Arkansas Repertory Theatre, 7 p.m., $10.

DEC. 7-15: "A Christmas Carol." Argenta Community Theater.

DEC. 22-23: "Finding Neverland." The touring Broadway production. Robinson Center Performance Hall.

SPECIAL EVENTS

SEPT. 23: Argenta Reading Series: Jonathan Brown. Argenta United Methodist Church, 5:30 p.m.

OCT. 4: "The Moth." An evening of storytelling. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m., $38.

OCT. 7: "Henry Rollins: Travel Slideshow Tour." A punk rocker's travelogue. Rev Room, 8 p.m., $31-$155.

OCT. 23-27: "Made By Few 6." Downtown Little Rock, $200-$475.

OCT. 26: "Argenta Reading Series: Edward McPherson." Argenta United Methodist Church, 5:30 p.m.

OCT. 27: "Arkansas Cornbread Festival." Main Street, 11 a.m., free-$10.

OCT. 27: "Arkansas Black Hall of Fame 26th Anniversary Celebration." Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m., $50-$100.

BENTONVILLE

MUSIC

SEPT. 20: Opal Agafia & The Sweet Nothings. Bike Rack Brewing Co.

SEPT. 21: The Baskin Blues Duo. Ramo d'Olivo, 7:30 p.m.

SEPT. 21: Jukebox Confession. The Meteor Guitar Gallery, 8 p.m., $10-$15.

SEPT. 22: Tony Alvarez. Ramo d'Olivo, 7:30 p.m.

SEPT. 22: Forest Concert Series: Kiran Ahluwalia. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 7 p.m., $10.

SEPT. 23: Paco Renteria. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 4 p.m., free.

SEPT. 27: Rozenbridge, Raj Suresh. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 8 p.m., $15.

SEPT. 29: Forest Concert Series: Ahi. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 7 p.m., $10.

OCT. 4: KOBV Brewery Beats. A recurring series from the DJs at 103.3 KOBV-FM. Bike Rack Brewery, 6 p.m.

OCT. 5: Eric Gales. Meteor Guitar Gallery, 8 p.m., $30-$50.

OCT. 6: Forest Concert Series: Orchestral Pow Wow Project. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 7 p.m., $10.

OCT. 19: The Cate Brothers, The Downtown Live Wires. Meteor Guitar Gallery, 7 p.m., $25-$45.

NOV. 2: "Brahms Deconstructed." Symphony of Northwest Arkansas. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 8 p.m., $55.

NOV. 9: Bike Rack Records Release Party. Bike Rack Brewing Co., 7 p.m., $25-$8

VISUAL ART

THROUGH OCT. 8: "The Garden." Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. 479-418-5700.

THROUGH DEC. 31: "Amy Sherald." Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. 479-418-5700.

THROUGH FEBRUARY 2019: "In Conversation: Will Wilson and Edward Curtis." Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. 479-418-5700.

SEPT. 20: Conversation with artist Amy Sherald. 1-2 p.m. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. 479-418-5700.

OCT. 6-JAN. 7, 2019: "Art for a New Understanding: Native Voices, 1950s to Now." Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. 479-418-5700.

OCT. 27-MARCH 2019: "Personal Space." Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. 479-418-5700.

FILM

OCT. 3: Native Voices Film Series: Kyle Bell, Steven Paul Judd. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 7 p.m., free.

OCT. 12: "Reclaiming Native Identity with Anna Tsouhlarakis." Video. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 7 p.m., free.

OCT. 24: Native Voices Film Series: Missy Whiteman. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 7 p.m., free.

CONWAY

MUSIC

SEPT. 20: Buddy Guy. Reynolds Performance Hall, University of Central Arkansas, 7:30 p.m.

SEPT. 21: Kris Lager Band. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 28: El Dub. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 29: Charlotte Taylor & Gypsy Rain. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 5: Opal Agafia & The Sweet Nothings. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 6: Dawson Hollow. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 12: Freeverse. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 13: The Rios. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 19: Clusterpluck. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 20: Waterseed. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 23: Rita Moreno. Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m., $15.

OCT. 26: Arkansauce. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 27: Cosmocean. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 2: Cadillac Jackson. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 3: Akeem Kemp Band. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 9: Big Red Flag. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 10: Dazz & Brie. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 13: Ten Tenors. Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m.

NOV. 16: Trey Johnson. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 17: Mountain Sprout. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 23: The Going Jessies. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 24: Lucky Rooster. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 30: Cody Martin Band. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

DEC. 1: "Rat Pack Christmas." Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m.

DEC. 1: Groovement. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

DEC. 7: Josh Hoyer & Soul Colossal. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

DEC. 8: "A Classic Christmas." A pops concert with Arkansas Festival Ballet. Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m.

DEC. 12: "Celtic Angels Christmas." Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m.

DEC. 14: Craig Gerdes Band. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

DEC. 28: Sad Daddy. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

DEC. 31: Jamie Lou & The Hullabaloo, The Squarshers. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

DANCE

OCT. 14: "Dracula." A Ballet Arkansas production. Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m., $32-$40.

OCT. 21: The New Chinese Acrobats. Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, $27-$40.

THEATER

SEPT. 21-22: "Driving." A play by Werner Trieschmann. Cabe Theatre, Hendrix College.

OCT. 27-28: "Chicago." A touring Broadway production. Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m. Sat., 2 p.m. Sun., $27-$40.

EL DORADO

MUSIC

SEPT. 20: Charley Crockett. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

SEPT. 27: Barrett Baber. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

SEPT. 29: Million Dollar Quartet. Griffin Music Hall, 8 p.m., $35-$55.

OCT. 4: Bri Bagwell. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

OCT. 5: Identity Crisis. Griffin Restaurant, 9 p.m.

OCT. 6: The Big Dam Horns. Griffin Restaurant, 9 p.m.

OCT. 11: Front Cover Band. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

OCT. 18-20: MusicFest. George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, Toby Keith, Sammy Hagar & The Circle and more. Murphy Arts District.

OCT. 20: Mary Heather & The Sinners. Griffin Restaurant, 10:30 p.m.

OCT. 20: Gucci Mane. Griffin Music Hall, 8 p.m.

OCT. 25: Eclectic Avenue. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

NOV. 1: Big Piph & Tomorrow Maybe. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

NOV. 8: The Drunken Hearts. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

THEATER

NOV. 16: Reza: Edge of Illusion. Griffin Music Hall, 8 p.m.

EUREKA SPRINGS

MUSIC

SEPT. 28: Bluegrass & BBQ. Opal Agafia & The Sweet Nothings, Aaron Kamm & The One Drops and more. The Farm, 8 p.m., $30-$55.

OCT. 11-14: Hillberry: The Harvest Moon Festival. Railroad Earth, The Wood Brothers, Trampled By Turtles, Lettuce and more. The Farm, $60-$500.

NOV. 2: Jimmy James. The Aud, 8 p.m.

DEC. 1: John Two Hawks. The Aud, 7 p.m.

DEC. 8: Ozarks Chorale Christmas Concert. The Aud, 6 p.m., $10.

FAYETTEVILLE

MUSIC

SEPT. 20: JJ Grey & Mofro. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $30-$35.

SEPT. 21: Mountain Sprout. George's Majestic Lounge, 9:30 p.m., $8-$10.

SEPT. 21: Mirror Fields, Space4Lease. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., free.

SEPT. 22: Dylan Earl, Dazz & Brie. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 26: Pigeons Playing Ping Pong. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $15-$20.

SEPT. 28: M. Bolez. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., free.

SEPT. 29: Mixx Tenn. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., free.

SEPT. 30: Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $17-$20.

OCT. 2: The Sword. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $18-$20.

OCT. 4: Read Southall. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $10-$12.

OCT. 5: Combsy. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., $5.

OCT. 6: Ought, Ankle Pop. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 9 p.m., $12-$15.

OCT. 7: Colony House, Brother Moses. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $16-$18.

OCT. 11: Herobust. George's Majestic Lounge, 9 p.m., 20-$23.

OCT. 12: Amy Helm. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $20-$25.

OCT. 13: Syca. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., free.

OCT. 16: Russian Circles, Terminus. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $15-$17.

OCT. 17: Blue October. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $28-$30.

OCT. 18: Ray Wylie Hubbard. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $20-$25.

OCT. 19: Birdtalker. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., $5.

OCT. 20: Rainbow Kitten Surprise. George's Majestic Lounge, 7 p.m., $23-$89.

OCT. 20: Worst Party Ever. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., free.

OCT. 21: Guerilla Toss, The Phlegms, Whoopsi. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 9 p.m., $10-$12.

OCT. 25: Black Lillies. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $12-$15.

OCT. 31: Snails, Cookie Monsta, Svdden Death and more. Fayetteville Town Center, 7 p.m., $28-$30.

OCT. 31: Papadosio. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $20-$25.

NOV. 2: Jason Boland & The Stragglers. George's Majestic Lounge, 9 p.m., $20-$25.

NOV. 2: Branjae. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., $5.

NOV. 7: Penny & Sparrow. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $17-$60.

NOV. 8: Molly Burch, Justin Peter Kinkel-Schuster. Smoke & Barrel Tavern. 9 p.m., $10-$12.

NOV. 9: James McMurtry. George's Majestic Lounge, 9 p.m., $20-$22.

NOV. 10: Rfrsh. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., free.

NOV. 11: Hayes Carll and Jack Ingram. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $25-$30.

NOV. 13: Sun June. George's Majestic Lounge, 9 p.m., $10-$12.

NOV. 18: The Oh Hellos, Samantha Crain. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $18-$20.

NOV. 23: The Body, Author & Punisher, Bones of the Earth. George's Majestic Lounge, 9:30 p.m., $8-$10.

NOV. 30: The Randy Rogers Band. George's Majestic Lounge, 9 p.m., $20-$25.

DEC. 9: z Snider. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $25-$30.

DEC. 14: Broncho, White Mansion. George's Majestic Lounge, 9:30 p.m.

DEC. 18: Swearin.' George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m.

DEC. 28: Big Smith. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., 9:30 p.m., $20-$25.

THEATER

THROUGH SEPT. 23: "Once." A TheaterSquared production. Walton Arts Center, Studio Theater.

OCT. 5-7: "Jersey Boys." Walton Arts Center, Baum Walker Hall.

OCT. 23-28: "School of Rock." Walton Arts Center, Baum Walker Hall.

DEC. 4-9: "Get On Your Feet!" Walton Arts Center, Baum Walker Hall.

FORT SMITH

MUSIC

OCT. 20: "Pops: It's Time For Three!" Fort Smith Symphony. Arcbest Performing Arts Center, 7:30 p.m.

NOV. 12: Ten Tenors. Arcbest Performing Arts Center, 7:30 p.m.

NOV. 29: "Season's Greetings 2018." Arcbest Performing Arts Center, 7 p.m.

DEC. 1: "Pops: It's Time For Christmas!" Fort Smith Symphony. Arcbest Performing Arts Center, 7:30 p.m.

DEC. 9: Manheim Steamroller. Arcbest Performing Arts Center, 7:30 p.m.

VISUAL ART

THROUGH NOV. 18: "Todd Gray: Pop Geometry." Fort Smith Regional Art Museum.

THROUGH JAN. 27: "Modern Master David Hayes: The Ventana Series." Fort Smith Regional Art Museum.

DEC. 7-MARCH 31, 2019: "Timothy J. Clark: Masterworks on Paper." Fort Smith Regional Art Museum.

DANCE

DEC. 15-16: "The Nutcracker Ballet." A Western Arkansas Ballet production. Arcbest Performing Arts Center, 7:30 p.m. Sat., 2:30 p.m. Sun.

HELENA-

WEST HELENA

MUSIC

OCT. 3-6: King Biscuit Blues Festival. Bobby Rush, Blackberry Smoke, Dave Mason and Steve Cropper and more. Cherry Street.

OCT. 6: Arkansas Times Blues Bus to the King Biscuit Blues Festival. With music from Stephen Koch of Arkansongs. $99.

HOT SPRINGS

MUSIC

SEPT. 21: John Oates & The Good Road Band. Finish Line Theatre, Oaklawn Racing & Gaming, 7 p.m., $40-$55.

SEPT. 21: Crash Blossom, The Luxembourg Trio, Princeaus. Maxine's, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 22: Junction 5. An outdoor gospel music concert, 7 p.m., donations.

SEPT. 22: Sam Pace & The Gilded Grit, Kill Vargas, Adam Faucett. Maxine's, 9 p.m., $7.

SEPT. 23: Stardust Big Band. Arlington Hotel Resort & Spa, Crystal Ballroom, 3 p.m.

SEPT. 27: Ppoacher Ppoacher, Warm Trickle, Whoopsi. Maxine's, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 28: Hooten Hallers, Recognizer. Maxine's, 9 p.m., $7.

SEPT. 28-29: John Calvin Brewer Band. Silks Bar & Grill, Oaklawn Racing & Gaming, 10 p.m.

SEPT. 29: May the Peace of the Sea Be With You, Mouton, Fiscal Spliff. Maxine's, 9 p.m., $7.

OCT. 5-6: Hot Water Hills Music & Arts Festival. Larkin Poe, Broncho, JD Wilkes and more. Hill Wheatley Plaza, 4 p.m. Fri., noon Sat., 15-$25.

OCT. 21: Screaming Females. Low Key Arts, 9 p.m., $10-$15.

NOV. 19: Tom Christopher. An Elvis tribute. Anthony Chapel, Garvan Woodland Gardens, 5 p.m.

NOV. 25: Sharon Turrentine. A holiday concert. Anthony Chapel, Garvan Woodland Gardens., 4 p.m.

NOV. 28: "Voices Rising." A holiday choral concert. Anthony Chapel, Garvan Woodland Gardens, 5:30 p.m.

VISUAL ART

OCT. 4-5: "The Soul of Arkansas." Works by Longhua Xu. Hot Springs Convention Center. 321-2027.

COMEDY

THROUGH DEC. 26: "Ken Goodman: Comedy & The Classics." Hot Springs Bathhouse Dinner Theatre.

DANCE

SEPT. 20: Gold Show Drag Show. Maxine's, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 30: Stardust Big Band. Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa, 3 p.m., $10.

FILM

SEPT. 20-23: Hot Springs International Horror Film Festival. Central Theatre.

OCT. 19-27: Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival. Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa.

THEATER

OCT. 5-14: "The Secret Garden." Pocket Community Theatre.

OCT. 26-27: "Love At First Bite." Murder & Macabre Mystery Theatre. Porterhouse Restaurant, 7 p.m., $40.

NOV. 30-DEC. 9: "Yes, Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus." Pocket Community Theatre.

SPECIAL EVENTS

THROUGH OCT. 25: "Driving Miss Daisy." (Thursdays only). Hot Springs Bathhouse Dinner Theatre.

SEPT. 21-23: Spa-Con. With Pam Grier, Sean Maher, Butch Patrick and more. Hot Springs Convention Center.

SEPT. 23: Olivia Gatwood. A spoken word performance from Low Key Arts. Kollective Coffee, 6 p.m., $5.

OCT. 5-7: Hot Springs Arts & Crafts Fair. Garland County Fairgrounds.

NOV. 17: Northwoods Mountain Bike Trail Grand Opening. Cedar Glades Trail Head, 461 Wildcat Road, noon, free.

JONESBORO, NEWPORT

MUSIC

SEPT. 28-29: Depot Days Festival. Rodney Crowell, Earl & Them and more. Rock 'n' Roll Highway 67 Museum, Newport.

OCT. 18-20: Johnny Cash Heritage Festival. Dyess, free-$100.

DEC. 6: M-PACT. Fowler Center, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro. 7:30 p.m.

VISUAL ART

THROUGH OCT. 10: "Pink." Multimedia group show. Arkansas State University, Jonesboro.

SPECIAL EVENTS

NOV. 5: "The Magic of David Gerrard." Fowler Center, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, 7:30 p.m.

PINE BLUFF

VISUAL ART

THROUGH OCT. 27: "Small but Mighty." Works from the permanent collection. Arts and Science Center for Southeast Arkansas. 870-536-3375.

THROUGH NOV. 3: "UAPB & ASC: Five Decades of Collaboration." Arts and Science Center for Southeast Arkansas. 870-536-3375.

THROUGH NOV. 10: Pine Bluff Art League Juried Exhibition. Arts and Science Center for Southeast Arkansas. 870-536-3375.

ROGERS/SPRINGDALE

MUSIC

SEPT. 26: 5 Seconds of Summer. Walmart AMP, Rogers, 8 p.m., $30-$145.

SEPT. 27: Needtobreathe. Walmart AMP, Rogers, 7 p.m., $30-$65.

SEPT. 28: Roby Pantall Jazz Duo. Sassafras Springs Vineyard, Springdale, 6 p.m., free.

SEPT. 28: Lynyrd Skynyrd. Walmart AMP, Rogers, 7 p.m., $40-$220.

OCT. 3: Odesza. Walmart AMP, Rogers, 7 p.m., $26-$125.

OCT. 4: CongaKeyz Jazz Duo. Sassafras Springs Vineyard, Springdale, 6 p.m., free.

OCT. 13: Second Line Strings. Sassafras Springs Vineyard, Springdale, 6 p.m., free.

OCT. 13: "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets." With accompaniment from Symphony of Northwest Arkansas. Walmart AMP, Rogers, 7 p.m., $22-$75.

VISUAL ART

THROUGH SEPT. 22: "Sarah Hearn: An Unnatural History." Arts Center of the Ozarks, Springdale.

THROUGH SEPT. 28: "Sensory Iconoclast." Arts Center of the Ozarks, Springdale, Springdale.

OCT. 2-NOV. 3: "5X5 Annual Exhibition." Arts Center of the Ozarks, Springdale.

NOV. 10-JAN. 7: "Frida in the Garden." Arts Center of the Ozarks, Springdale.


          2018 fall Arkansas film preview      Cache   Translate Page      
Film offerings come into focus.

The Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, the crown jewel and elder statesman of our state's film festival circuit, returns to the Spa City Oct. 19-27 for nine days of features, shorts, episodic content and nonfiction virtual reality experiences. This marks the 27th year for America's oldest documentary film festival, and next month's installment is coming off the heels of last year's record-breaking attendance numbers for what was arguably the strongest lineup of films and guests in the festival's history.

Opening the festival this year is "Hillbilly," a personal and political look into the gap between media depiction of the Appalachians and real life. The centerpiece film this year is "The Gospel of Eureka," the buzzed-about documentary exploring the clash between LGBTQ and evangelical cultures in Eureka Springs. "Daughters of the Sexual Revolution: The Untold Stories of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders" closes the fest. General admission tickets are $12 a pop, day passes will run you $30, and three-day opening and closing passes are $120 each. For $225, the Film Buff Pass offers admission to all regular films during the festival, but the $400 All-Access Pass is the definitive way to go, with priority admission to screenings, awards ceremonies, the legendary HSDFF parties and a place to catch your breath in those cushy filmmaker and special guest lounges. For information on this year's screenings, passes and volunteer opportunities, go to hsdfi.org

If your tastes run more toward the sanguinary, Garland County still has you covered with the Hot Springs International Horror Film Festival, which raises the curtain Sept. 20 for a four-day run. It will feature 40 bloody, binge-ready films. R.A. Mihailoff, paranormal investigator, former professional wrestler and one of the honored few to slide into the Leatherface mask, leads a motorcycle ride from Rodney's Cycle House in Little Rock to Central Avenue for a private screening of his new biker flick, "Ride Hard Live Free." The immediately recognizable Michael Berryman ("One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," "The Hills Have Eyes," and the 1991 video store classic "The Guyver") will attend his new film, "The Evil Within." Single tickets are $11, day passes are $20, four-day passes are $40. The VIP pass for all films and seminars is priced right at $95. 

If you find yourself in Northwest Arkansas that same weekend, slide into the Fayetteville Film Festival. From Sept. 20-22, FFF offers local and international shorts, experimental film, documentaries, virtual reality, block parties and after-parties — the whole shooting match — all on the Fayetteville square. Highlights include "All Square," starring Emmy-nominated Michael Kelly ("House of Cards") as a bookie running numbers on Little League games; "Wild Nights With Emily," featuring Molly Shannon ("Saturday Night Live") as — yes, you're reading this right and, yes, it is awesome — Emily Dickinson; "Fail State," an expose on the rise of for-profit colleges; 2018 SXSW Grand Jury Prize winner "Thunder Road"; and, happily for those who missed the sold-out Arkansas Cinema Society screening of the LR-made "Antiquities," it screens Friday night.

Little Rock's repertory film screenings seem to get more reliable by the year, too. Crush Wine Bar in Argenta now hosts a monthly series by the Film Society of Little Rock: Mel Brooks' "History of the World Part I" screens at 8 p.m. Sept. 13, and 1986's "Aliens," the sequel to James Cameron's 1979 high-water mark in sci-fi horror/thriller/action, comes to its back deck on Oct. 11. 

This newspaper's own monthly film series, programmed by "No Small Talk" podcast co-host Omaya Jones, keeps on rolling at the Riverdale 10. This month features Bob Fosse's spectacular 1979 film "All That Jazz" on Tuesday, Sept. 18. The venue also hosts radio-head Dave Elswick's long-running series: Oct. 9 is your chance to see "The Exorcist" on the big screen. Diamond Bear Brewery, now in the movie programming game, takes to the same theater for John Hughes' best movie (don't @ me), "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" on Oct. 23. 

And, as ever, keep your eyes open for announcements from the Arkansas Cinema Society. There are no officially announced ACS events for the fall just yet, but, we're told lots of exciting things are in the works. When it announces it, you know we'll run it — so stay tuned to the Rock Candy blog, check arkansascinemasociety.org, and follow the ACS Facebook page to find out what Little Rock's next hot film ticket will be. 


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Art, music, film and more.

GREATER LITTLE ROCK

MUSIC

SEPT. 20: Laurence Juber. Argenta Acoustic Music Series. The Joint Theater & Coffeehouse, 7:30 p.m., $25.

SEPT. 20: Malcolm Holcombe. White Water Tavern, 8:30 p.m., $10.

SEPT. 20: Charlotte Taylor. Cajun's Wharf, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 21: Mulehead. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

SEPT. 21: Go For Gold, Slick Grip, Vera Forever. Vino's, 8 p.m., $8.

SEPT. 21: Kimberly Marshall. A concert from the Central Arkansas Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 8 p.m., free.

SEPT. 21: Flatland Cavalry. Stickyz Rock 'n' Roll Chicken Shack, 9 p.m., $10-$13.

SEPT. 21: Dylan Earl & The Reasons Why, Dazz & Brie. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m.

SEPT. 21: Mister Lucky. Cajun's Wharf, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 21: "The Fabulous Freddie Mercury Tribute." Featuring Randall Shreve. Rev Room, 10 p.m., $15-$20.

SEPT. 22: Claude Bourbon. A Little Rock Folk Club concert. Hibernia Irish Tavern, 7:30 p.m., $8-$15.

SEPT. 22: The Toadies. Rev Room, 8 p.m., $20-$25.

SEPT. 22: Royal Thunder, Headcold, Or. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m.

SEPT. 22: LLC, I-40 Ramblers. Cajun's Wharf, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 22: Henry and the Invisibles. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $8.

SEPT. 26: Jazz in the Park: Rodney Block Collective. History Pavilion, Riverfront Park, 6 p.m., free.

SEPT. 26: Sunflower Bean. Stickyz, 8 p.m., $12-$15.

SEPT. 27: Potluck & Poison Ivy. Featuring Kevin Gordon. 7 p.m., The Joint, $35.

SEPT. 27: Amythyst Kiah. Oxford American Concert Series. South on Main, 8 p.m., $25-$32.

SEPT. 27: Randy Rogers Band. Rev Room, 8:30 p.m., $20-$25.

SEPT. 27: RVS. Cajun's Wharf, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 28: "Gershwin: Remembrance and Discovery." A concert from Richard Glazier. 7:30 p.m., CALS Ron Robinson. Free.

SEPT. 28: The Sword. Rev Room, 8:30 p.m., $18-$20.

SEPT. 28: Bluesboy Jag & Mudboy. Markham Street Grill and Pub, 8:30 p.m.

SEPT. 28: Lydia Lunch Retrovirus, Mouton, Listen Sister. Four Quarter Bar, 9 p.m., $10.

SEPT. 28: William Blackart, Colour Design, Fiscal Spliff. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m.

SEPT. 28: Mark Edgar Stuart. South on Main, 7 p.m.

SEPT. 28: Unraveled. Cajun's Wharf, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 29: As Cities Burn. Vino's, 7 p.m., $15.

SEPT. 29: Dave Hoover, Sean Michael. An Elvis Tribute. Argenta Community Theater, 7 p.m.

SEPT. 29: Earl & Them. Cajun's Wharf, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 29-30: "Sorcerer's Apprentice." Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m. Sat., 3 p.m. Sun., $16-$68.

SEPT. 30: Colt Ford. Clear Channel Metroplex, 6 p.m., $22-$30.

SEPT. 30: The Salty Dogs. White Water Tavern, 6 p.m.

OCT. 2: Mozart & Schumann. Arkansas Symphony Orchestra's River Rhapsodies Chamber Series. Clinton Presidential Center, 7 p.m., $23.

OCT. 3: Squirrel Nut Zippers. Rev Room, 8 p.m., $30-$35.

OCT. 4: September Mourning. Rev Room, 8 p.m., $10-$13.

OCT. 5: Gil Franklin. Markham Street Grill and Pub, 8:30 p.m.

OCT. 5: Destroyed of Light, Colour Design. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m.

OCT. 5: Sabine Valley, Wild Yam. Vino's, 8 p.m., $7.

OCT. 5: The Big News. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

OCT. 6: Kate Campbell. A Little Rock Folk Club concert. Hibernia Irish Tavern. 8:30 p.m., $15.

OCT. 6: Steezy Street, Bedroom Collective. Vino's, 8 p.m., $7.

OCT. 6: Amasa Hines. Rev Room, 9 p.m., $12-$15.

OCT. 6: J.D. Wilkes. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m., $10.

OCT. 6: The Smoking Flowers. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

OCT. 7: R&B Cook-Off: Rhythm & Blues, Ribs & Butts. With music from Lagniappe. 1 p.m., Argenta Plaza, $15.

OCT. 7: "The Singing Heart." An Arkansas Chamber Singers concert. Calvary Baptist Church, 3 p.m., $10-$18.

OCT. 9: Fall Out Boy. Verizon Arena, 7 p.m., $31-$71.

OCT. 9: Trixie Mattel. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 8 p.m., $41-$166.

OCT. 10: Lauren Daigle. Verizon Arena, 7:30 p.m., $28-$78.

OCT. 11: Thomas Rhett, Brett Young, Midland. Verizon Arena, 7:30 p.m., $33-$78.

OCT. 11: Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires. White Water Tavern, 8:30 p.m.

OCT. 12: Harrisong. Markham Street Grill and Pub, 8:30 p.m.

OCT. 12: Deadbird, Terminal Nation, Tranquilo. White Water Tavern, 8:30 p.m.

OCT. 12: The Great Whiskey Rendezvous. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

OCT. 12: Cody Johnson. First Security Amphitheater, 6:30 p.m., $25-$80.

OCT. 13: Trey Johnson & Jason Willmon. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m.

OCT. 13: The Busty Petites. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

OCT. 18: "Sounds in the Stacks: Tonya Leeks." CALS Sue Cowan Williams Library, 6:30 p.m., free.

OCT. 18: Brooke Miller. Argenta Acoustic Music Series. The Joint Theater & Coffeehouse, 7:30 p.m., $25.

OCT. 18: The Russ Liquid Test. Rev Room, 9 p.m., $16-$20.

OCT. 18: Robert Finley. Oxford American Concert Series. South on Main, 8 p.m., $28-$36.

OCT. 19: Jerry Redd & The Snowmen. White Water Tavern, 9 p.m.

OCT. 19: Big Red Flag, Jamie Lou & the Hullabaloo. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

OCT. 20-21: "The Music of Star Wars." Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m. Sat., 3 p.m. Sun., $16-$68.

OCT. 21: John Fullbright. Oxford American Concert Series, South on Main, 7 p.m., $25-$34.

OCT. 22: "Take Me To the River." Dirty Dozen Brass Band, George Porter Jr. and others. UA Pulaski Technical College, Center for the Humanities and Arts, 7:30 p.m., $30-$110.

OCT. 26: Combsy. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

OCT. 27: Negro Terror, Queen Anne's Revenge, Bloodlikewine, Headdrop, Mortalus and more. Four Quarter Bar, 8 p.m., $10.

OCT. 28: MercyMe. Verizon Arena, 6 p.m., $23-$68.

OCT. 28: The Steel Wheels. Oxford American Concert Series. South on Main, 7 p.m., $20-$26.

OCT. 31: "The Rocky Horror Pickin' Show." The Crumbs. Four Quarter Bar, 9 p.m., $7.

NOV. 1: Keith Urban. Verizon Arena, 7:30 p.m., $40-$97.

NOV. 1: Fabian Almazan Trio. Oxford American Concert Series. South on Main, 8 p.m., $30-$34.

NOV. 2: Rodney Carrington. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7 p.m., $44-$179.

NOV. 2: The Josh Parks Band. Markham Street Grill and Pub, 8:30 p.m.

NOV. 2: Mountain Sprout. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $8.

NOV. 3: Ray LaMontagne. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 8 p.m., $35-$85.

NOV. 3: NF. Verizon Arena, 8 p.m., $25-$45.

NOV. 3: Freeverse. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

NOV. 9: Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. Verizon Arena, 8 p.m., $60-$125.

NOV. 9: Charlie Hunter Trio. CALS Ron Robinson Theater, 7 p.m., $10.

NOV. 10-11: "Elgar's Enigma." Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m. Sat., 3 p.m. Sun., $16-$68.

NOV. 13: "Sounds in the Stacks: Stuart Baer." CALS Amy Sanders Library, Sherwood, 6:30 p.m., free.

NOV. 13: "Laskarov Plays Brahms." Arkansas Symphony Orchestra's River Rhapsodies Chamber Series. Clinton Presidential Center, 7 p.m., $23.

NOV. 13: Drive-By Truckers. Rev Room, 8 p.m., $25-$30.

NOV. 15: Ian Ethan Case. Argenta Acoustic Music Series. The Joint Theater & Coffeehouse, 7:30 p.m., $25.

NOV. 16: Arkansauce. Rev Room, 8:30 p.m., $8-$10.

NOV. 16: Dazz & Brie, Zigtebra. Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $8.

NOV. 18: Mae. Rev Room, 7:30 p.m., $17-$20.

NOV. 20: "Le Grand Orgue." Organist Rees Roberts. St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 7 p.m.

NOV. 30: Ashley McBryde. Rev Room, 8:30 p.m., $20.

DEC. 1: Five Finger Death Punch, Breaking Benjamin. Verizon Arena, 6 p.m., $25-$80.

DEC. 1: The Here and Now Band. A Little Rock Folk Club concert. Hibernia Irish Tavern, 8:30 p.m., $15.

DEC. 1: Puddles Pity Party. UA Pulaski Technical College, Center for the Humanities and Arts, 7:30 p.m., $25-$40.

DEC. 6: Mandolin Orange. Oxford American Concert Series. South on Main, 8 p.m., $30-$38.

DEC. 7-8: "A Song for the Season." An Arkansas Chamber Singers concert. Old State House Museum, 7 p.m., free.

DEC. 14: Akeem Kemp Band. Markham Street Grill and Pub, 8:30 p.m.

DEC. 14-16: "Home for the Holidays." Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m. Fri.-Sat., 3 p.m. Sun., $16-$68.

VISUAL ART

THROUGH SEPT. 28: "Memory / Commitment / Aspiration," works from the Pierrette Van Cleve Collection; "Water Memory," installation. UA Little Rock.

THROUGH SEPT. 30: "Mauricio Silerio: Los Demonios de mi Terra." Underwater photography. UA Little Rock.

THROUGH OCT. 7: "Justin Bryant: That Survival Apparatus." Watercolors and prints. Historic Arkansas Museum.

THROUGH OCT. 7: "Robert Baines: Living Treasure and Fabulous Follies." Jewelry. Arkansas Arts Center.

THROUGH OCT. 11: "Peter Pincus: Color and Form," ceramics; "Art Process: Drawings and More." University of Central Arkansas.

THROUGH OCT. 19: "American Perspectives on Modernism." UA Pulaski Tech.

THROUGH OCT. 27: "A Legacy of Brewers: The Paintings of Nicholas, Adrian and Edwin Brewer." Butler Center's Galleries at Library Square.

THROUGH OCT. 28: "Up in Smoke." The accoutrements of smoking. Esse Purse Museum.

THROUGH OCT. 28: "Reveal/Conceal: Exploring Identity in Contemporary Art." Arkansas Arts Center.

THROUGH NOV. 4: "Delta Through the Decades Deux: Selections from the Collection." Arkansas Arts Center.

THROUGH NOV. 4: "Space Between Teeth: Linda Lopez + Marc Mitchell." Historic Arkansas Museum.

THROUGH FALL 2019: "A Piece of My Soul: Quilts by Black Arkansans." Old State House Museum. 324-9597.

SEPT. 20 (OPENS): "RESPECT: Celebrating 50 years of AfriCOBRA." Mosaic Templars Cultural Center. 683-3593.

SEPT. 22: Thea Paves the Way, chalk art event. Clinton Presidential Center.

SEPT. 25: "City Leaders as Urban Designers: Planning for Rapid Change." Architecture and Design Network. Arkansas Arts Center.

SEPT. 28-DEC. 30: "Independent Vision: Modern and Contemporary Art from the Martin Muller Collection." Arkansas Arts Center.

OCT. 10-NOV. 10: "Artist as Catalyst." Silkscreens. UA Little Rock.

OCT. 15-NOV. 16: "Faculty Biennial." UA Little Rock.

OCT. 22-DEC. 2: "Electrify: VSA Emerging Young Artists." UA Little Rock.

COMEDY

THROUGH NOV. 17: "The Lighter Side of the Apocalypse." A comedy from The Main Thing. The Joint, 8 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $24.

SEPT. 19-22: Michael Mack. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

SEPT. 22: The Comedy Get Down. Featuring Cedric the Entertainer, Eddie Griffin, D.L. Hughley and George Lopez. Verizon Arena, 8 p.m., $49-$75.

SEPT. 25: Punch Line. Weekly open-mic stand-up comedy. The Joint, 8 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 26-29: Greg Morton. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $10-$15.

SEPT. 26: The Joint Venture. Weekly improv comedy. The Joint, 8 p.m., $8.

SEPT. 27: Steve Hofstetter. The Loony Bin, 9:45 a.m., $20.

SEPT. 30: Brad Williams. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m., $22.

OCT. 3-6: Ricky Reyes. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

OCT. 10-13: Quinn Patterson. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

OCT. 16: Brain Trust with Michael Brown. Hibernia Irish Tavern. 8 p.m.

OCT. 17-20: Alex Elkin. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

OCT. 20: The Veterans of Comedy. Arkansas Repertory Theatre, 8 p.m.

OCT. 24-27: J.R. Brow. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

NOV. 7-10: Dave Landau. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

NOV. 14-17: Mr. Showtime. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

NOV. 23-JAN. 12: "A Fertle Holiday." A holiday comedy from The Main Thing. The Joint, 8 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $24.

NOV. 28-DEC. 1: Reno Collier. The Loony Bin, 7:30 p.m. Wed.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12.

NOV. 30: Steve Martin & Martin Short, I'm With Her. Verizon Arena, 8 p.m., $60-$250.

NOV. 30: Kountry Wayne. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 8 p.m., $28-$48.

DEC. 7: Martin Lawrence. Verizon Arena, 7:30 p.m., $40-$120.

DEC. 18: Brain Trust with Michael Brown. Hibernia Irish Tavern. 8 p.m.

DANCE

OCT. 19-21: "Dracula." A Ballet Arkansas production. UA Pulaski Technical College, Center for Humanities and Arts, 7 p.m. Fri.-Sat., 2 p.m. Sat.-Sun., $15-$35.

DEC. 7-9: "Nutcracker Spectacular." A Ballet Arkansas production. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7 p.m. Fri.-Sat., 2 p.m. Sat.-Sun., $23-$102.

DEC. 9: "Land of the Sweets Nutcracker Tea." A Ballet Arkansas performance and meet-and-greet. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 11:30 a.m., $30.

DEC. 27: Moscow Ballet's "Great Russian Nutcracker." Robinson Center Performance Hall, 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., $31-$178.

FILM

OCT. 7: "The Opera House." A documentary screening from Arkansas Cinema Society and Arkansas District Metropolitan Opera Auditions. CALS Ron Robinson Theater, 2:30 p.m., $25.

OCT. 9: "The Exorcist." (1979). With stuntwoman Ann Miles. CALS Ron Robinson Theater, 6:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 11, 16: "MFKZ." English dubs. Cinemark Colonel Glenn 18, 7 p.m.

OCT. 12: "George Takei's 'Allegiance': The Broadway Musical on the Big Screen." CALS Ron Robinson Theater, 7 p.m., free.

NOV. 16: "The Last Waltz." CALS Ron Robinson Theater, 7 p.m., $5.

THEATER

THROUGH SEPT. 22: "Social Security." Murry's Dinner Playhouse Theater.

THROUGH SEPT. 30: "The Producers." Community Theatre of Little Rock. Elks Lodge, North Little Rock.

SEPT. 25-OCT. 20: "The Foreigner." Murry's Dinner Playhouse Theater.

OCT. 6: "Unemployment." A reading of Werner Trieschmann's play from the Rolling River Playwrights Collective. Arkansas Repertory Theatre, 7 p.m., $10.

OCT. 11-28: "Evil Dead: The Musical." The Studio Theatre.

OCT. 12-13: "Jersey Boys." The touring Broadway production. Robinson Center Performance Hall, $28-$78.

OCT. 12-28: "If/Then." The Weekend Theater.

OCT. 23-NOV. 17: "The Hallelujah Girls." Murry's Dinner Playhouse Theater.

OCT. 28: "Murder in the Cathedral." St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 7 p.m.

NOV. 1-4: "Blackbird." The Studio Theatre.

NOV. 3: "Life Science." A reading of Judy B. Goss' play from the Rolling River Playwrights Collective. Arkansas Repertory Theatre, 7 p.m., $10.


NOV. 20-25: "Love Never Dies." The touring Broadway production. Robinson Center Performance Hall.

NOV. 23-DEC. 31: "Elf." Murry's Dinner Playhouse Theater.

NOV. 29-DEC. 14: "A Christmas Story." The Studio Theatre.

NOV. 30-DEC. 15: "Steel Magnolias." The Weekend Theater.

NOV. 30-DEC. 16: "Jack Frost in Santa Land." Arkansas Arts Center Children's Theatre.

DEC. 1: "Blood Moon." A reading of John Haman's play from the Rolling River Playwrights Collective. Arkansas Repertory Theatre, 7 p.m., $10.

DEC. 7-15: "A Christmas Carol." Argenta Community Theater.

DEC. 22-23: "Finding Neverland." The touring Broadway production. Robinson Center Performance Hall.

SPECIAL EVENTS

SEPT. 23: Argenta Reading Series: Jonathan Brown. Argenta United Methodist Church, 5:30 p.m.

OCT. 4: "The Moth." An evening of storytelling. Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m., $38.

OCT. 7: "Henry Rollins: Travel Slideshow Tour." A punk rocker's travelogue. Rev Room, 8 p.m., $31-$155.

OCT. 23-27: "Made By Few 6." Downtown Little Rock, $200-$475.

OCT. 26: "Argenta Reading Series: Edward McPherson." Argenta United Methodist Church, 5:30 p.m.

OCT. 27: "Arkansas Cornbread Festival." Main Street, 11 a.m., free-$10.

OCT. 27: "Arkansas Black Hall of Fame 26th Anniversary Celebration." Robinson Center Performance Hall, 7:30 p.m., $50-$100.

BENTONVILLE

MUSIC

SEPT. 20: Opal Agafia & The Sweet Nothings. Bike Rack Brewing Co.

SEPT. 21: The Baskin Blues Duo. Ramo d'Olivo, 7:30 p.m.

SEPT. 21: Jukebox Confession. The Meteor Guitar Gallery, 8 p.m., $10-$15.

SEPT. 22: Tony Alvarez. Ramo d'Olivo, 7:30 p.m.

SEPT. 22: Forest Concert Series: Kiran Ahluwalia. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 7 p.m., $10.

SEPT. 23: Paco Renteria. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 4 p.m., free.

SEPT. 27: Rozenbridge, Raj Suresh. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 8 p.m., $15.

SEPT. 29: Forest Concert Series: Ahi. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 7 p.m., $10.

OCT. 4: KOBV Brewery Beats. A recurring series from the DJs at 103.3 KOBV-FM. Bike Rack Brewery, 6 p.m.

OCT. 5: Eric Gales. Meteor Guitar Gallery, 8 p.m., $30-$50.

OCT. 6: Forest Concert Series: Orchestral Pow Wow Project. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 7 p.m., $10.

OCT. 19: The Cate Brothers, The Downtown Live Wires. Meteor Guitar Gallery, 7 p.m., $25-$45.

NOV. 2: "Brahms Deconstructed." Symphony of Northwest Arkansas. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 8 p.m., $55.

NOV. 9: Bike Rack Records Release Party. Bike Rack Brewing Co., 7 p.m., $25-$8

VISUAL ART

THROUGH OCT. 8: "The Garden." Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. 479-418-5700.

THROUGH DEC. 31: "Amy Sherald." Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. 479-418-5700.

THROUGH FEBRUARY 2019: "In Conversation: Will Wilson and Edward Curtis." Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. 479-418-5700.

SEPT. 20: Conversation with artist Amy Sherald. 1-2 p.m. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. 479-418-5700.

OCT. 6-JAN. 7, 2019: "Art for a New Understanding: Native Voices, 1950s to Now." Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. 479-418-5700.

OCT. 27-MARCH 2019: "Personal Space." Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. 479-418-5700.

FILM

OCT. 3: Native Voices Film Series: Kyle Bell, Steven Paul Judd. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 7 p.m., free.

OCT. 12: "Reclaiming Native Identity with Anna Tsouhlarakis." Video. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 7 p.m., free.

OCT. 24: Native Voices Film Series: Missy Whiteman. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 7 p.m., free.

CONWAY

MUSIC

SEPT. 20: Buddy Guy. Reynolds Performance Hall, University of Central Arkansas, 7:30 p.m.

SEPT. 21: Kris Lager Band. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 28: El Dub. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 29: Charlotte Taylor & Gypsy Rain. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 5: Opal Agafia & The Sweet Nothings. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 6: Dawson Hollow. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 12: Freeverse. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 13: The Rios. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 19: Clusterpluck. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 20: Waterseed. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 23: Rita Moreno. Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m., $15.

OCT. 26: Arkansauce. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

OCT. 27: Cosmocean. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 2: Cadillac Jackson. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 3: Akeem Kemp Band. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 9: Big Red Flag. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 10: Dazz & Brie. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 13: Ten Tenors. Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m.

NOV. 16: Trey Johnson. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 17: Mountain Sprout. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 23: The Going Jessies. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 24: Lucky Rooster. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

NOV. 30: Cody Martin Band. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

DEC. 1: "Rat Pack Christmas." Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m.

DEC. 1: Groovement. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

DEC. 7: Josh Hoyer & Soul Colossal. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

DEC. 8: "A Classic Christmas." A pops concert with Arkansas Festival Ballet. Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m.

DEC. 12: "Celtic Angels Christmas." Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m.

DEC. 14: Craig Gerdes Band. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

DEC. 28: Sad Daddy. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

DEC. 31: Jamie Lou & The Hullabaloo, The Squarshers. Kings Live Music, 8:30 p.m., $5.

DANCE

OCT. 14: "Dracula." A Ballet Arkansas production. Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m., $32-$40.

OCT. 21: The New Chinese Acrobats. Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, $27-$40.

THEATER

SEPT. 21-22: "Driving." A play by Werner Trieschmann. Cabe Theatre, Hendrix College.

OCT. 27-28: "Chicago." A touring Broadway production. Reynolds Performance Hall, UCA, 7:30 p.m. Sat., 2 p.m. Sun., $27-$40.

EL DORADO

MUSIC

SEPT. 20: Charley Crockett. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

SEPT. 27: Barrett Baber. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

SEPT. 29: Million Dollar Quartet. Griffin Music Hall, 8 p.m., $35-$55.

OCT. 4: Bri Bagwell. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

OCT. 5: Identity Crisis. Griffin Restaurant, 9 p.m.

OCT. 6: The Big Dam Horns. Griffin Restaurant, 9 p.m.

OCT. 11: Front Cover Band. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

OCT. 18-20: MusicFest. George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, Toby Keith, Sammy Hagar & The Circle and more. Murphy Arts District.

OCT. 20: Mary Heather & The Sinners. Griffin Restaurant, 10:30 p.m.

OCT. 20: Gucci Mane. Griffin Music Hall, 8 p.m.

OCT. 25: Eclectic Avenue. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

NOV. 1: Big Piph & Tomorrow Maybe. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

NOV. 8: The Drunken Hearts. Griffin Restaurant, 8 p.m.

THEATER

NOV. 16: Reza: Edge of Illusion. Griffin Music Hall, 8 p.m.

EUREKA SPRINGS

MUSIC

SEPT. 28: Bluegrass & BBQ. Opal Agafia & The Sweet Nothings, Aaron Kamm & The One Drops and more. The Farm, 8 p.m., $30-$55.

OCT. 11-14: Hillberry: The Harvest Moon Festival. Railroad Earth, The Wood Brothers, Trampled By Turtles, Lettuce and more. The Farm, $60-$500.

NOV. 2: Jimmy James. The Aud, 8 p.m.

DEC. 1: John Two Hawks. The Aud, 7 p.m.

DEC. 8: Ozarks Chorale Christmas Concert. The Aud, 6 p.m., $10.

FAYETTEVILLE

MUSIC

SEPT. 20: JJ Grey & Mofro. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $30-$35.

SEPT. 21: Mountain Sprout. George's Majestic Lounge, 9:30 p.m., $8-$10.

SEPT. 21: Mirror Fields, Space4Lease. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., free.

SEPT. 22: Dylan Earl, Dazz & Brie. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 26: Pigeons Playing Ping Pong. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $15-$20.

SEPT. 28: M. Bolez. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., free.

SEPT. 29: Mixx Tenn. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., free.

SEPT. 30: Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $17-$20.

OCT. 2: The Sword. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $18-$20.

OCT. 4: Read Southall. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $10-$12.

OCT. 5: Combsy. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., $5.

OCT. 6: Ought, Ankle Pop. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 9 p.m., $12-$15.

OCT. 7: Colony House, Brother Moses. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $16-$18.

OCT. 11: Herobust. George's Majestic Lounge, 9 p.m., 20-$23.

OCT. 12: Amy Helm. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $20-$25.

OCT. 13: Syca. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., free.

OCT. 16: Russian Circles, Terminus. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $15-$17.

OCT. 17: Blue October. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $28-$30.

OCT. 18: Ray Wylie Hubbard. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $20-$25.

OCT. 19: Birdtalker. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., $5.

OCT. 20: Rainbow Kitten Surprise. George's Majestic Lounge, 7 p.m., $23-$89.

OCT. 20: Worst Party Ever. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., free.

OCT. 21: Guerilla Toss, The Phlegms, Whoopsi. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 9 p.m., $10-$12.

OCT. 25: Black Lillies. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $12-$15.

OCT. 31: Snails, Cookie Monsta, Svdden Death and more. Fayetteville Town Center, 7 p.m., $28-$30.

OCT. 31: Papadosio. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $20-$25.

NOV. 2: Jason Boland & The Stragglers. George's Majestic Lounge, 9 p.m., $20-$25.

NOV. 2: Branjae. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., $5.

NOV. 7: Penny & Sparrow. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $17-$60.

NOV. 8: Molly Burch, Justin Peter Kinkel-Schuster. Smoke & Barrel Tavern. 9 p.m., $10-$12.

NOV. 9: James McMurtry. George's Majestic Lounge, 9 p.m., $20-$22.

NOV. 10: Rfrsh. Smoke & Barrel Tavern, 10 p.m., free.

NOV. 11: Hayes Carll and Jack Ingram. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $25-$30.

NOV. 13: Sun June. George's Majestic Lounge, 9 p.m., $10-$12.

NOV. 18: The Oh Hellos, Samantha Crain. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., $18-$20.

NOV. 23: The Body, Author & Punisher, Bones of the Earth. George's Majestic Lounge, 9:30 p.m., $8-$10.

NOV. 30: The Randy Rogers Band. George's Majestic Lounge, 9 p.m., $20-$25.

DEC. 9: z Snider. George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m., $25-$30.

DEC. 14: Broncho, White Mansion. George's Majestic Lounge, 9:30 p.m.

DEC. 18: Swearin.' George's Majestic Lounge, 8:30 p.m.

DEC. 28: Big Smith. George's Majestic Lounge, 8 p.m., 9:30 p.m., $20-$25.

THEATER

THROUGH SEPT. 23: "Once." A TheaterSquared production. Walton Arts Center, Studio Theater.

OCT. 5-7: "Jersey Boys." Walton Arts Center, Baum Walker Hall.

OCT. 23-28: "School of Rock." Walton Arts Center, Baum Walker Hall.

DEC. 4-9: "Get On Your Feet!" Walton Arts Center, Baum Walker Hall.

FORT SMITH

MUSIC

OCT. 20: "Pops: It's Time For Three!" Fort Smith Symphony. Arcbest Performing Arts Center, 7:30 p.m.

NOV. 12: Ten Tenors. Arcbest Performing Arts Center, 7:30 p.m.

NOV. 29: "Season's Greetings 2018." Arcbest Performing Arts Center, 7 p.m.

DEC. 1: "Pops: It's Time For Christmas!" Fort Smith Symphony. Arcbest Performing Arts Center, 7:30 p.m.

DEC. 9: Manheim Steamroller. Arcbest Performing Arts Center, 7:30 p.m.

VISUAL ART

THROUGH NOV. 18: "Todd Gray: Pop Geometry." Fort Smith Regional Art Museum.

THROUGH JAN. 27: "Modern Master David Hayes: The Ventana Series." Fort Smith Regional Art Museum.

DEC. 7-MARCH 31, 2019: "Timothy J. Clark: Masterworks on Paper." Fort Smith Regional Art Museum.

DANCE

DEC. 15-16: "The Nutcracker Ballet." A Western Arkansas Ballet production. Arcbest Performing Arts Center, 7:30 p.m. Sat., 2:30 p.m. Sun.

HELENA-

WEST HELENA

MUSIC

OCT. 3-6: King Biscuit Blues Festival. Bobby Rush, Blackberry Smoke, Dave Mason and Steve Cropper and more. Cherry Street.

OCT. 6: Arkansas Times Blues Bus to the King Biscuit Blues Festival. With music from Stephen Koch of Arkansongs. $99.

HOT SPRINGS

MUSIC

SEPT. 21: John Oates & The Good Road Band. Finish Line Theatre, Oaklawn Racing & Gaming, 7 p.m., $40-$55.

SEPT. 21: Crash Blossom, The Luxembourg Trio, Princeaus. Maxine's, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 22: Junction 5. An outdoor gospel music concert, 7 p.m., donations.

SEPT. 22: Sam Pace & The Gilded Grit, Kill Vargas, Adam Faucett. Maxine's, 9 p.m., $7.

SEPT. 23: Stardust Big Band. Arlington Hotel Resort & Spa, Crystal Ballroom, 3 p.m.

SEPT. 27: Ppoacher Ppoacher, Warm Trickle, Whoopsi. Maxine's, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 28: Hooten Hallers, Recognizer. Maxine's, 9 p.m., $7.

SEPT. 28-29: John Calvin Brewer Band. Silks Bar & Grill, Oaklawn Racing & Gaming, 10 p.m.

SEPT. 29: May the Peace of the Sea Be With You, Mouton, Fiscal Spliff. Maxine's, 9 p.m., $7.

OCT. 5-6: Hot Water Hills Music & Arts Festival. Larkin Poe, Broncho, JD Wilkes and more. Hill Wheatley Plaza, 4 p.m. Fri., noon Sat., 15-$25.

OCT. 21: Screaming Females. Low Key Arts, 9 p.m., $10-$15.

NOV. 19: Tom Christopher. An Elvis tribute. Anthony Chapel, Garvan Woodland Gardens, 5 p.m.

NOV. 25: Sharon Turrentine. A holiday concert. Anthony Chapel, Garvan Woodland Gardens., 4 p.m.

NOV. 28: "Voices Rising." A holiday choral concert. Anthony Chapel, Garvan Woodland Gardens, 5:30 p.m.

VISUAL ART

OCT. 4-5: "The Soul of Arkansas." Works by Longhua Xu. Hot Springs Convention Center. 321-2027.

COMEDY

THROUGH DEC. 26: "Ken Goodman: Comedy & The Classics." Hot Springs Bathhouse Dinner Theatre.

DANCE

SEPT. 20: Gold Show Drag Show. Maxine's, 9 p.m., $5.

SEPT. 30: Stardust Big Band. Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa, 3 p.m., $10.

FILM

SEPT. 20-23: Hot Springs International Horror Film Festival. Central Theatre.

OCT. 19-27: Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival. Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa.

THEATER

OCT. 5-14: "The Secret Garden." Pocket Community Theatre.

OCT. 26-27: "Love At First Bite." Murder & Macabre Mystery Theatre. Porterhouse Restaurant, 7 p.m., $40.

NOV. 30-DEC. 9: "Yes, Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus." Pocket Community Theatre.

SPECIAL EVENTS

THROUGH OCT. 25: "Driving Miss Daisy." (Thursdays only). Hot Springs Bathhouse Dinner Theatre.

SEPT. 21-23: Spa-Con. With Pam Grier, Sean Maher, Butch Patrick and more. Hot Springs Convention Center.

SEPT. 23: Olivia Gatwood. A spoken word performance from Low Key Arts. Kollective Coffee, 6 p.m., $5.

OCT. 5-7: Hot Springs Arts & Crafts Fair. Garland County Fairgrounds.

NOV. 17: Northwoods Mountain Bike Trail Grand Opening. Cedar Glades Trail Head, 461 Wildcat Road, noon, free.

JONESBORO, NEWPORT

MUSIC

SEPT. 28-29: Depot Days Festival. Rodney Crowell, Earl & Them and more. Rock 'n' Roll Highway 67 Museum, Newport.

OCT. 18-20: Johnny Cash Heritage Festival. Dyess, free-$100.

DEC. 6: M-PACT. Fowler Center, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro. 7:30 p.m.

VISUAL ART

THROUGH OCT. 10: "Pink." Multimedia group show. Arkansas State University, Jonesboro.

SPECIAL EVENTS

NOV. 5: "The Magic of David Gerrard." Fowler Center, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, 7:30 p.m.

PINE BLUFF

VISUAL ART

THROUGH OCT. 27: "Small but Mighty." Works from the permanent collection. Arts and Science Center for Southeast Arkansas. 870-536-3375.

THROUGH NOV. 3: "UAPB & ASC: Five Decades of Collaboration." Arts and Science Center for Southeast Arkansas. 870-536-3375.

THROUGH NOV. 10: Pine Bluff Art League Juried Exhibition. Arts and Science Center for Southeast Arkansas. 870-536-3375.

ROGERS/SPRINGDALE

MUSIC

SEPT. 26: 5 Seconds of Summer. Walmart AMP, Rogers, 8 p.m., $30-$145.

SEPT. 27: Needtobreathe. Walmart AMP, Rogers, 7 p.m., $30-$65.

SEPT. 28: Roby Pantall Jazz Duo. Sassafras Springs Vineyard, Springdale, 6 p.m., free.

SEPT. 28: Lynyrd Skynyrd. Walmart AMP, Rogers, 7 p.m., $40-$220.

OCT. 3: Odesza. Walmart AMP, Rogers, 7 p.m., $26-$125.

OCT. 4: CongaKeyz Jazz Duo. Sassafras Springs Vineyard, Springdale, 6 p.m., free.

OCT. 13: Second Line Strings. Sassafras Springs Vineyard, Springdale, 6 p.m., free.

OCT. 13: "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets." With accompaniment from Symphony of Northwest Arkansas. Walmart AMP, Rogers, 7 p.m., $22-$75.

VISUAL ART

THROUGH SEPT. 22: "Sarah Hearn: An Unnatural History." Arts Center of the Ozarks, Springdale.

THROUGH SEPT. 28: "Sensory Iconoclast." Arts Center of the Ozarks, Springdale, Springdale.

OCT. 2-NOV. 3: "5X5 Annual Exhibition." Arts Center of the Ozarks, Springdale.

NOV. 10-JAN. 7: "Frida in the Garden." Arts Center of the Ozarks, Springdale.


          Robert Douglas “Brooks” Barron      Cache   Translate Page      
Robert Douglas “Brooks” Barron, age 80, of Mena passed away Tuesday, September 11, 2018 in DeQueen, Arkansas. He was born in Sugarland, Texas on August 29, 1938 to the late Wyman Hubbard Barron and the late Nora Mae Martin Barron. He was married to the love of his life Ann Robertson Barron for 59 amazing ...
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          Susan Collins Complains of “Bribery” After Nonbillionaires Try to Influence Her Kavanaugh Vote      Cache   Translate Page      

On Monday, Sen. Susan Collins accused political opponents of Judge Brett Kavanaugh of attempted “bribery.” The charge itself is without any legal merit whatsoever. That complaints about the campaign finance effort came from Collins, Republican election lawyer Cleta Mitchell, and an aide to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell make the episode almost too rich to be believed. Their cries of bribery, illegality, and lack of principle lay bare the bankrupt campaign finance system that Mitchell and McConnell helped create and that Collins has contributed to with previous Supreme Court votes and will supersize with her likely vote to confirm Kavanaugh.

Collins labeled as a “bribe” a fundraising plan by two progressive Maine groups, aided by the company Crowdpac, to raise funds for Collins’ eventual opponent in 2020. People are pledging to give money via Crowdpac to that unknown future opponent, but donors will only be charged for the donation if Collins votes “yes” on Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court. As of Tuesday night, the groups reported pledged donations of more than $1 million, with a $1.3 million goal. There were more than 39,000 individual pledges ranging from $1 to the maximum allowable donation to a candidate of $2,700.

Now we can argue about whether the political threat to Collins funded by tens of thousands of small donations should be illegal. But claims by Mitchell and others that the fundraising effort is illegal are wrong, in part thanks to the deregulated campaign finance system that Mitchell and others have helped to create through litigation and a sympathetic Supreme Court.

Mitchell pointed Newsmax to a federal bribery statute, Title 18, Section 201 of the U.S. Code, which makes it a crime when someone “directly or indirectly gives, offers, or promises anything of value to any public official … for or because of any official act performed or to be performed by such public official.” Mitchell said: “These people have conspired to do just that—they are dangling a fairly substantial ‘thing of value’—namely, $1 million to be given or not given to Sen. Collins’ opponent, in exchange for her vote on a specific matter before the Congress.”

But the Maine groups did not violate section 201. The groups are not promising anything of value to Collins to vote in a particular way; nor are they promising anything to Collins’ (now unknown) opponent for the opponent to vote in a certain way. This behavior does not come close to violating the federal bribery statute. And it’s not the first time Mitchell has made wholly unsubstantiated claims of campaign finance violations against political opponents.

And what about reading this statute or other federal statutes to prevent what might look like extortion of Collins to vote in a particular way? Well, the Supreme Court has told us in cases like 2010’s Citizens United that large amounts of money sloshing around the system are just fine so long as they are not given by an individual directly to candidates. So long as there is no direct quid pro quo—dollars for political favors—all is fine.

And the behavior of the two Maine progressive groups is not unusual, expect for the fact that it is funded by small donors. This is demonstrated easily by looking at the behavior of those shouting bribery the loudest. As Adam Smith noted, although Sen. John Cornyn boosted Collins’ bribery complaints, back in January he was urging the Koch brothers to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to reward the Republican Party for tax cuts benefiting wealthy donors. This came after big donors threatened to withhold money until Republicans got that tax bill passed. That’s closer to Mitchell’s claims of “bribery” than what the Maine groups are doing. Indeed, a 2014 report by Ohio State University law professors Dan Tokaji and Renata Strause found that threats by super PACs to spend against incumbents if they don’t vote the way the super PAC donors want is an everyday Washington occurrence.

Perhaps the chutzpah award, though, should go to Sen. McConnell’s deputy chief of staff Don Stewart, who urged “every Maine Democrat … to refuse to accept this tainted funding” as the “principled” thing to do.

Not only has McConnell been one of the most ardent opponents of campaign finance regulation, arguing that people should be able to give unlimited contributions directly to candidates as a matter of the First Amendment, he’s also been the key to keeping the Supreme Court in a position to strike down these laws with his blockade two years ago of Judge Merrick Garland. Garland would have been a key vote to uphold many campaign finance limits, had he been confirmed to the Supreme Court. Thanks to McConnell’s unprecedented obstruction, the judge didn’t even get a hearing.

Now with the confirmation of Justice Gorsuch last year, and the likely confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh in the coming weeks thanks to Collins’ key vote, things are going to get much worse. As I explained recently in Slate, Judge Kavanaugh is a self-professed outlier when it comes to the First Amendment, agreeing with McConnell that there are constitutional problems with limiting the amount of money that candidates can directly accept.

If the Maine story has a silver lining, it is this: So long as the Supreme Court is going to keep the money spigot open for wealthy donors, some of the rest of us appear to be at least trying to pool together resources to attempt to fight back. An arms race between the superrich and everyone else to try to influence legislative outcomes is far from ideal, but it is better than wholly ceding the ground to the plutocrats.


          #ISwerveYouTour: Joyce Blessing To Headline Ghana Fest Event in USA This Saturday      Cache   Translate Page      
Ghanaian multi award winning gospel sensation Joyce Blessing after a super-duper ministration at the Open Ark Ministries International in Garland Texas last weekend is set to headline the maiden edition of the Ghana Fest event in Texas, USA organised by the Council of the Ghanaian Association and All Member Association in Texas. The Zylof ...
          10 Bee tags ... Wedding Tags, Honey Tags, Hang Tags, Paper Tags, DIY Tags, Round Tags, Circle Tags, Bee Paper, Embellishment Tags, Labels by SweetlyScrappedArt      Cache   Translate Page      

1.95 USD

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          VINTAGE PINK Cut Outs ... Embellishments, Paper, Telephone, Typewriter, Clock, Cupcake and more! Scrapbook, Cardmaking, Craft Kit, DIY, Pink by SweetlyScrappedArt      Cache   Translate Page      

3.50 USD

How fun are these little paper embellishments!!! There is a variety of images all themed around the color PINK!!!! Use one to fit your projects or let one inspire you to create something new! They vary in size but are all less than 2 inches either in height or width. They are created on plain white cardstock. I've hand picked each item to add to the mix. You get a total of 20 pieces.

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These highly detailed journal cards measure 2 1/2 inches by 3 1/2 inches and are created on cream cardstock. They have glittered accents on each one and hand aged edges. They are also blank on the back. These would be adorable for scrapbooks, albums, pocket letters, journals and more!

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Strong ability to listen and communicate. Communicates in a timely manner to the Store Manager and/or Assistant Manager any violations of policy and procedure...
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          Comment on Rustic Elegant Fall Vignette with DIY Acorn Garland by Summer Adams      Cache   Translate Page      
Krista! I’m in looove with that new cabinet! And typewriter! Love this and that cute acorn garland! Thanks for sharing AND for hosting!! Xo
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          Dreaming of a Pink Christmas!       Cache   Translate Page      
We were set up at the Mineola Antique Fair last week and had fall items, Christmas things, and just an overall assortment of fun stuff. We've got a little section of our booth that has the blush pink curtains and I couldn't help but take a few pictures of our new products while we were there. It seems we have a pink Christmas theme going on this year! The pink and aqua Christmas tree farm flannel shirt was a big hit - this was the only one left and you can now find it and all the vintage ornaments in my etsy shop. (I will be making more of the flannels, although none of them will be exactly the same.)


 I have to tell you the story about these ornaments. I know they may mean more to me than some of you, although I still want to pass it along to you and tell how they came to be.

We go junkin' every week, looking for treasures and things that speak to us, things that inspire us, and things that we think we can makeover.  Over the last few months, I have been gathering up those little tart pans and jello molds from estate sales. This particular set came from an estate sale of a lady I met at my first job at the flower shop. Her family was the founders of the shop, although they had sold it by the time I started working there. She was still a loyal customer and came in often and was a very sweet lady. There was lots of vintage doilies, linens, lace, and the tart pans that came home with me, when I shopped her estate sale.

 Now for the chandelier crystals - A couple of years ago, I shopped another estate sale of a family that had lived and worked in Gilmer all their lives. I found lots of treasures there and a broken chandelier came home with me. There was a ring with all these gorgeous old crystals hanging off of it. Honestly, it's been sitting in my shed for a while, just waiting for the right project. I had thought about making earrings or some kind of jewelry or maybe just selling them as is for someone else to make something. (Earlier in the year, I listened to a podcast and the lady said she hunted all the crystals like this and would pay $2+ per crystal at antique stores.)
 
 I gather little bottle brush trees from anywhere I find them!
 Same goes for vintage brooches!

And these little deer - aren't they the most precious little things you've ever seen???

We were visiting with another fellow collector and I ask if he had any little Christmas diddies at his store and he remembered having the little deer. I went by and purchased them later that afternoon! I mean, they just make me happy! 
 Then I started combining all the elements and the ornaments came to life! My favorites to ever make! I plan to keep at least one for myself, because they tell a story and have some history to them.
 You can find this set individually in my online shop and I can ship most anywhere or you can find them the second weekend of the month at our booth at the Mineola Antique Fair. (Local and want something? Send me a message and we can meet up sometime.)
 Perfect for a vintage themed Christmas tree or hang them from a garland like we did! I love to wrap my gifts and include a ornament in the bow and these would be a fun package adornment!
If you like more traditional colors, they aren't all pink - some are all green, some white, and a mixture of all the colors. I do plan to make more and recently came across a bunch of Christmas brooches, so I'll be working on those soon! I had already found and made the ornaments with  thepink bottle brush trees, when my monthly graphics box was delivered that had the pink and aqua colors in it...seems like it was all meant to be! 

I know for some of creators and junkers, the reward is not only finding something, but when we are inspired and get to create something new with what we have found. We saved old, broken or unwanted pieces and breathed new life into them. I hope these ornaments can bring you happiness as well, because they made me squeal with delight each time one was finished! 




          HALLMARK CHRISTMAS MOVIE NEWS for RYAN PAEVEY, CHRISTINA MILIAN, ELOISE MUMFORD, SEAN FARIS, and MORE!       Cache   Translate Page      

Christina Milian image via: mirror. uk . com
Ryan Paevey, Eloise Mumford, and Sean Faris - images via Hallmark Crown Media

EXCITING HALLMARK CHRISTMAS MOVIE NEWS!

ET has announced FOUR more Hallmark Christmas films for the 2018 Holiday Season…


Memories of Christmas - Hallmark Movies & Mysteries

Starring: Christina Milian and Mark Taylor

Storyline via ET: “Milian will play Noelle, who was raised by the queen of Christmas. When she inherits her late mother's house, she finds out that her mother had been hiring someone to decorate it, Dave (Mark Taylor). The deal is off, but Dave convinces Noelle to let him carry on the tradition. As the display goes up, Noelle’s defenses start to come down. She embraces the town’s Christmas Gala that was her mother’s legacy, finds unexpected love, and develops a joy for the holidays that she never thought possible.”


A Majestic Christmas - Hallmark Channel

Starring: Jerrika Hinton and Christian Vincent

Storyline via ET: Hinton will be “playing Nell, an architect who goes back to her hometown after being tasked with turning her hometown's historic playhouse, which has been home to the annual Christmas tableaux, into a modern multiplex, much to the resident's objections. When she meets the new owner of the theater, Connor (Vincent), his vision and ideas clash with Nell’s. Since Connor hasn’t had much experience celebrating Christmas, Nell hopes that if she can give him a crash course in Christmas during the town’s Twelve Day Festival, that he might just change his mind about modernizing the Majestic.”


Hope at Christmas (wt) - Hallmark Movies & Mysteries

Starring: Ryan Paevey and Scottie Thompson

Storyline via ET: "Recently divorced, Sydney (Thompson) decides to spend Christmas in a house she inherited with her daughter. As Sydney begins to spend more time at the local bookstore, she meets a teacher, Mac (Paevey), who also fills in for the town Santa. Mac tries to make Christmas wishes come true, and this year Sydney is at the top of his 'nice' list. As a new opportunity with the bookstore unfolds, Mac helps Sydney open herself up to life, love and believing in the spirit of Christmas again."


A Soldier's Christmas - Hallmark Movies & Mysteries

Starring: Eloise Mumford and Sean Faris
(They also starred together in the 2012 Hallmark Hall of Fame Christmas movie, “Christmas with Holly.”)

Storyline via ET: “Mumford plays Captain Grace Garland, a decorated U.S. veteran who returns home after two tours of Search and Rescue in Afghanistan. When Grace finds herself stranded in the town of River’s Crossing a couple weeks before Christmas, the local judge Joe Peterson (Faris), offers her a place to stay on his property and takes it upon himself to show Grace everything she has been missing; Christmas, family, community and love.”

*information above via ET, Entertainment Tonight.


Looks like four more wonderful Christmas movies to add to our lists!

Does one movie in particular sound most intriguing to you? I'm thinking "A Soldier's Christmas," which reunites Eloise Mumford and Sean Faris, sounds especially nice and patriotic. Please share your thoughts in comments below.

Joyous Blessings! Net

          Banana Moonshine Salon comes to White Water      Cache   Translate Page      
And Shonen Knife comes to Stickyz.

THURSDAY 9/13

Banana Moonshine Salon interpolates comedy with music and drag performances at the White Water Tavern, 9 p.m., $5. Oklahoma "jamtronica" outfit Montu lands at Four Quarter Bar, with Kadela, 10 p.m., $5. Last chance to catch two community theater shows: "The House That Will Not Stand" at The Weekend Theater, through Sept. 15, $16; and "The Legend of Georgia McBride" at The Studio Theatre, through Sept. 16, $16-$20. Meanwhile, Community Theatre of Little Rock breaks its hiatus with "The Producers" at the Elks Lodge in North Little Rock, through Sept. 30; see centralarkansastickets.com for details on all. The Loony Bin has a triple feature up this week, with sets from Chad Thornsberry, Mike Head and Nick Hoff, 7:30 p.m., Thu.-Sat., 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat., $8-$12. The Garland County Fair continues at 4831 Malvern Ave., $15-$35, see garlandcountyfair.com for a full schedule. Mel Brooks' "History of the World, Pt. 1" screens at Crush Wine Bar, sunset, free. Mike and the Moonpies get twangy at Stickyz Rock 'n' Roll Chicken Shack, with Cody West, 9 p.m., $10-$13. The Billy Jones Band entertains at Cajun's, 9 p.m., $5.

FRIDAY 9/14

Flawless rock trio Shonen Knife brings you more songs about cats and food at Stickyz, with Spirit Cuntz and The Wirms, 8:30 p.m., $12-$15. See last week's Arkansas Times for an interview with comedian Matt Besser, who joins Trusty for a #votethemout concert at Vino's, 8 p.m. Monsters of Todd 5 features sets from DeFrance, Third Degree, Tragikly White and more, 7 p.m., Rev Room, $10. Hwy. 124 takes the stage at Oaklawn Racing & Gaming's Silks Bar & Grill, 10 p.m. Fri.-Sat. Northern Italy blues rocker Eliana "Miss E" Cargnelutti plays at Markham Street Grill and Pub, with an opening set from Psychedelic Velocity, 8:30 p.m., $5. Lady Lola LeStrange joins the Foul Play Cabaret troupe for a burlesque show at Maxine's in Hot Springs, 9 p.m., $12-$15. Catch a double bill at Cajun's Wharf, with Ben Byers on the deck and the Buh Jones Band on the main stage, 9 p.m., $5. Richard Burnett & The Home School Dropouts take the cozy stage at Four Quarter Bar, 10 p.m., $7.

SATURDAY 9/15

Listen Sister takes "The Night I Stole Your Pen" and other tales to the White Water Tavern with Kassi Moe and Polly's Pockets, 9 p.m. The Arkansas Historic Preservation Program's next "Walks Through History" explores downtown Osceola, 11 a.m., free. A DeCarcerate conference at CALS Ron Robinson Theater features talks on solving the nation's mass incarceration problem, 10 a.m., $12-$30. Matt Besser and Trusty reprise the #votethemout bill at Kings Live Music in Conway, 8:30 p.m., $5. Champs "Sycho" Sid Vicious, Chavo Guerrero, Jr. and Barbi Hayden hop in the ring for World Class Revolution Wrestling at the Griffin Music Hall in El Dorado's Murphy Arts District, 7 p.m., $10-$60. Ten Penny Gypsy duets at Ya Ya's Euro Bistro, 6:30 p.m. Stays in Vegas takes the stage at Vino's with Makeshift and Narrow Dinero, 8 p.m., $7. Tinkerfest takes over the Museum of Discovery, with engineering and science activities galore, 9 a.m., $8-$10. DJ Ron spins tunes at Discovery Nightclub, 9 p.m., $10. The Clear Channel Metroplex hosts MMA faceoffs for 360 Fight Club, 7 p.m., $25-$80. Four on the Floor puts the pedal to the metal at Stickyz, with Cherry Red, 9 p.m., $5. Santoros takes its self-described "Mexican-American garage surf rock" to Maxine's with Joshua October & The Wool and Billy Ruben and the Elevated Enzymes, 9 p.m., $7. Son Sin Gnero is next up in Crystal Bridges Museum's Forest Concert Series with "Cha Cha Cha! From Mambo to Salsa," 7 p.m., $10.

SUNDAY 9/16

Double Sunday bill at Four Quarter Bar! Come to Argenta early to catch Finnish bluegrass outfit The Steve 'N' Seagulls with The Restless Leg String Band, 8 p.m., $12, and stick around for Good Foot, 10 p.m., $7. A screening of "The Giants Wore White Gloves" tells the tale of the Women's Emergency Committee to Open Our Schools during the Little Rock desegregation crisis, 2 p.m., CALS Ron Robinson Theater, free. GGOOLLDD's frontwoman Margaret Butler glitters and croons at Stickyz, 8 p.m., $10.

MONDAY 9/17

Jazz guitar gurus Peter Bernstein and Ted Ludwig join forces for an evening at The Joint Theater & Coffeehouse, 7:30 p.m., $30-$40. The Goat Band (Barry McVinney, Steve Hudleson, Brian Wolverton and Patrick Lindsey) takes up its post for a monthly Monday jazz combo set at The Studio Theatre, 7:30 p.m. The world's largest pop-up Irish pub goes up on the Plaza Lawn of the Hot Springs Convention Center to celebrate the "halfway mark" to the World's Shortest St. Patrick's Day Parade, 4 p.m.

WEDNESDAY 9/19

Dizzy 7 entertains at the penultimate Jazz in the Park concert for this year, 6 p.m., History Pavilion, Riverfront Park, free. Troy, Mich., post-hardcore rockers We Came As Romans take the stage at the Clear Channel Metroplex, 8 p.m., $18-$20. Charley Crockett takes his traditionalist blues set to the stage at Stickyz, 8:30 p.m., $12-$15.


          Rose Pink & White Felt Ball Garland - Valentines Holiday Party Nursery Childrens Room Decor by LovebugLullabies      Cache   Translate Page      

8.95 USD

♥♥♥PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASE!!! : All garlands are HANDMADE TO ORDER, they are NOT premade. Please see "Shipping & Policies" tab located below listing photos or shop homepage announcement for current production time. ♥♥♥


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Felt garlands are a sweet and elegant touch for any type of home or party décor- perfect for seasonal and holiday decorating, or the finishing touch to a child's room or nursery.

Felt shapes are moveable on the garland with gentle pressure so you can space and arrange them however you would like. Once in place, shapes will not move on their own. As pictured, shapes are spaced approx. 2-3" apart.

Felt balls measure 1" (2.5 cm)


SIZE:
♥ 4 ft (1.2 m) = 16 balls
♥ 6 ft (1.8 m) = 24 balls
♥ 8 ft (2.4 m) = 32 balls
♥ 10 ft (3 m) = 40 balls
♥ 12 ft (3.7 m) = 48 balls
♥ 24 ft (7.3 m)= 96 balls


♥♥ Let me know if you need a custom length, I will be happy to accommodate!!


GARLANDS ARE FOR DECORATION PURPOSES ONLY. PLEASE FASTEN SECURELY OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN AS THEY ARE NOT A TOY.


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Recv your engines and begin to ride, this Harley Davidson Birthday Party, will make you come alive!

Styled by Fernanda Marinho of Festinha Caseira, out of Búzios/ Rio de Janeiro/ Brazil; this fabulous birthday bash is blazing with details you have to see!

Some of which, include:

  • Harley Davidson Cake
  • Harley Davidson-inspired Dessert Toppers
  • Orange, Black and White Balloon Garlands + Installations
  • Roadway running up the front of the dessert table
  • And Customized Decor + Sweet Toppers using the Celebrant's Face!

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The iconic slippers are one of several worn by Judy Garland in the "Wizard of Oz." They were stolen from a museum housed at the actress' birthplace in 2005.
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James Antle, The WeekIf the Kavanaugh hearings have proven anything, it’s that Supreme Court confirmation hearings don’t matter. Maybe McConnell was right to spare us a doomed hearing for Merrick Garland. Source link

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          The Vindication of Mitch McConnell      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Shift Supervisor (1842 Sugarland Dr) - City Brew - Sheridan, WY      Cache   Translate Page      
Promotes the culture and vision of City Brew Coffee. Takes responsibility for continuous learning and takes initiative to seek opportunity to increase overall...
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          Thread: Remnants:: News:: The Remnants In-Store Demo - List of Locations      Cache   Translate Page      

by bumrobot



Hello all, below are the FLGS that are participating in the in-store demos for Remnants (September 15-16).

Find the store near your location and check with them for event details:

Store Name / Store City / Store State / Store Phone

Dragon's Keep Gaming Room (Fayetteville, AR) 479-249-8888
Imperial Outpost Games (Glendale, AZ) 602-978-0467
North of Exile Games (Penetanguishene, Ontario, CANADA) 705-614-2801
Crit Castle Games (Aurora, CO) 303-745-4140
Petrie's Family Games (Colorado Springs, CO) 719-522-1099
Connecticut Gaming Center (Waterbury, CT) 203-527-3918
The Board Room (Middletown, CT) 860-788-7824
Dice Drop Games (Macon, GA) 478-737-1192
Other Realms Ltd. (Honolulu, HI) 808-596-8236
The Armchair Adventurer (Honolulu, HI) 808-843-1250
Gaming Adventures (New Plymouth, ID) 208-649-4244
Safari Pearl Comics (Moscow, ID) 208-882-9499
Bonus Round Game Café (Chicago, IL) 773-857-1037
AlleyCat Comics (Chicago, IL) 773-907-3404
Better World Books (Goshen, IN) 574-534-1984
Power Nine Gaming (Fort Wayne, IN) 260-387-6136
Good Games Indianapolis (Indianapolis, IN) 317-493-1423
Sente (Wichita, KS) 316-640-5344
Mission: Board Games (Mission, KS) 913-242-7970
Gatekeeper Hobbies (Topeka, KS) 785-232-3429
Game Nut Entertainment (Lawrence, KS) 785-856-1540
Anubis Game & Hobby (Broussard, LA) 337-330-6096
Dice City Games (Silver Spring, MD) 443-424-2637
Dream Wizards (Rockville, MD) 301-881-3530
Play More Games (Gaithersburg, MD) 240-801-9375
Mana Screw (Costa Azul, MEXICO) 52-1-646-176-4406
Nostalgia, Ink (Jackson, MI) 517-784-8955
Acropolis Games (Adrian, MI) 517-577-6192
Pandemonium Games and Hobbies (Garden City, MI) 734-427-2451
The Gaming Goat (Saint Paul, MN) 651-690-4628
Pawn and Pint (Kansas City, MO) 415-613-0476
Event Horizon Games (Raleigh, NC) 919-977-4009
Rocket City Games and More (Jacksonville, NC) 910-577-5556
Gamers Guild (Spring Lake, NC) 910-497-2354
Scott's Collectibles (Kannapolis, NC) 704-784-2277
Sparta Games (Omaha, NE) 402-934-8330
Gauntlet Games (Lincoln, NE) 402-420-5060
The Game Shoppe (Omaha, NE) 402-991-8699
Zia Comics and Games (Las Cruces, NM) 575-405-0461
The Glass Die (Reno, NV) 775-384-1456
Just Games Rochester (Rochester, NY) 585-586-0586
The Brooklyn Strategist (Brooklyn, NY) 718-576-3035
Beyond the Board (Dublin, OH) 614-553-7677
Tabletop Game Café (Columbus, OH) 614-725-0328
The Guardtower (Columbus, OH) 614-488-4311
Barnes & Noble (Pickerington, OH) 614-751-0927
Borderlands Games (Salem, OR) 503-485-2554
Caffeinated Gaming (Zieglerville, PA) 610-287-1624
Deal Me In Games (Boyertown, PA) 484-415-0058
Reality A Games (West Warwick, RI) 401-500-1545
Firefly Toys and Games (Columbia, SC) 803-764-0596
901 Comics (Memphis, TN) 901-421-8819
Madness Games & Comics (Plano, TX) 972-943-8135
Mage's Sanctum (Austin, TX) 512-428-4402
Darkhound Game Center (Mansfield, TX) 817-225-6145
Dragon's Lair (Houston, TX) 832-761-0072
Flash Candy and Toys (Lockhart, TX) 512-668-5075
Brickhouse Games (Garland, TX) 972-926-3398
Mad Hatter's House of Games (Lubbock, TX) 806-763-4054
Sockmonkey Junction (Mansfield, TX) 682-999-8697
Stormcrow Games (Lubbock, TX) 806-778-4281
Dragon's Lair Comics and Fantasy (Austin, TX) 512-454-2399
Demolition Games (Salt Lake City, UT) 385-229-4739
Game Haven (St. George, UT) 435-627-0616
Blakfyre Games (Pleasant Grove, UT) 801-785-9713
Noggin Games (Cedar City, UT) 435-586-3423
Crossroads Tabletop Tavern (Manassas, VA) 571-364-8885
The Island Games (Centreville, VA) 515-599-0360
Krampus Kave (Leavenworth, WA) 509-888-2422
I'm Board! Games and Family Fun (Middleton, WI) 608-831-6631
The GameBoard (Sheboygan, WI) 920-453-4263
Planet Chaos (Fort Atkinson, WI) 920-563-2664
Games Gauntlet (Laramie, WY) 307-299-7976

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Utilizes tools and resources to problem solve operational issues. Knowledge of external resources to maintain inventory levels and maintenance issues that may...
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Promotes the culture and vision of City Brew Coffee. Takes responsibility for continuous learning and takes initiative to seek opportunity to increase overall...
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On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Lee Stranahan and Garland Nixon discuss the current tension in Syria and what may occur in the coming days. Journalist Vanessa Beeley joins the hosts for a special report live from Syria to detail what she has been seeing and hearing on the ground inside the war-torn country.
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          Felted wool heart garland, Red and Light Pink, on red striped baker's twine, 6ft, Valentine's Day party decoration, heart home decor by HouseOfMoss      Cache   Translate Page      

35.00 USD

A cheerful garland of felted wool hearts! These would be perfect for Valentine's Day parties, children's rooms, or just natural decor.

The hearts are needle-felted of pure wool. Each is threaded at 6-inch intervals onto a length of sturdy baker's twine. There are 10 total hearts on this garland, 5 each of Red and Valentine Pink, and each heart measures about 1" across. They're intentionally non-uniform in shape and size for a more organic look.

The length of this garland is 6 feet, and the color of the twine is red-and-white striped. If you'd like a different length or color of baker's twine, let me know and I would be happy to bring your ideas to life!

Not recommended for children younger than age 3, as small items and loose fibers can be a choking hazard.

It is ready to ship now and will arrive in the packaging seen in the 5th picture above.

To see more felted garlands:
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If You Only Decorate One Spot In Your House for Christmas It Should Be This

Greet your guests with a dose of Christmas cheer

Our favorite Christmas entryways welcome guests with greenery, garlands, wreaths, and ornaments galore. The foyer is the first opportunity to greet guests with festive Christmas decor, so don’t neglect this space when you’re decorating for the holidays. The entryway is a small space, but Christmas decorations here can have major impact. Gather your garlands, ornaments, and Christmas trinkets and incorporate them into your space. From nutcrackers and baubles to twinkling lights and leftover greenery, a bit of careful curating will leave you with dazzling Christmas entryway decorations that you’ll be proud to share with all of your holiday guests. Each of these decorating ideas is easily customizable. Let this decor inspire you and adapt these ideas to your home’s entryway. With a few ribbons and some metallic paint, you can even personalize and completely reimagine these ideas for you and your family. It’s time to start spreading Christmas cheer, so let’s begin in the foyer.

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Get the Look: A Warm Holiday Welcome

Take your cue from our nature-inspired front door trimmings for a holiday entry and Christmas door decorations that are as stylish as they are hospitable.

There are two things that guests should immediately feel as they approach your holiday front door: The sweet smell of holiday pies and cobblers lingering as far as the front porch, and beautiful Christmas door decorations that make for a grand, cheerful entrance. Don’t get stuck with a lifeless door this holiday season. Let nature inspire you to make a beautiful holiday entryway by recreating this DIY weekend project for your own front porch. Swoon neighbors with these front door decorations and create a beautiful entrance to your holiday-filled home.

Spending the weekend recreating this holiday DIY project will be worth the time. Wrap garland along the bannister, display votive candles, and create a holiday wreath worth envying all in the name of the holiday spirit. Create a rustic display by incorporating burlap and old-fashioned pieces, and make it elegant with copper finishes and satin ribbons. Get guests in a festive mood and be the beauty of the block with our Christmas door decorating tips.

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These Porches Got a Merry Outdoor Christmas Makeover for the Holidays

See the cheery Christmas homes inspiring us this year.

Over the years, we’ve photographed plenty of Southern homes decked out for Christmas. So we know better than anyone that nobody does outdoor Christmas decorations quite like the South. Christmas wreaths, over-the-top garland, and cheery window decorations are just a few ways to decorate your home’s exterior for Christmas. We’ve gathered all of our favorite festive home exteriors, featuring everything from tasteful Christmas window decorations to merry Christmas yard decorations to make your porches and entryways holiday ready.

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          Iomega USB External 3 1/2" Floppy Drive (Garland) (SpreadMyAd) $15      Cache   Translate Page      
Iomega USB External 3 1/2" Floppy Drive, Model BXXU0130, like new, $15 OBO cash. Pick up in zip code 75044 or 75074. Please reply with phone number.

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Mermaid-inspired Balloon Garland from a Shimmering Mermaid Birthday Party on Kara's Party Ideas | KarasPartyIdeas.com (28)

Swooning and swimming over this Shimmering Mermaid Birthday Party by Kelly Balfour of Eventology Weddings, out of Houston, TX!

Showcasing details both mystifying and fun, this under water event is packed with treasure and wonderment!

Details to dive into from this darling birthday bash, include:

  • Beautiful Glam Mermaid Birthday Cake
  • Mermaid-inspired Balloon Installations
  • Mesmerizing Mermaid Tail Cupcakes
  • Two-toned Mermaid Macarons
  • Sequin Linens
  • Shimmering Iridescent Mermaid & Seashell Plates + Partyware

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Aung San Suu Kyi has defended the jailing of two Reuters journalists who were reporting on the Rohingya Muslim crisis, in a speech likely to add to her fall from grace. Ms Suu Kyi, once garlanded as a global rights champion, has come under intense pressure to use her moral force inside Myanmar, ...
          BWW Review: One Dazzling Star Sings Five Legendary Divas in SONGS FOR NOBODIES at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater      Cache   Translate Page      

The stage at the Stackner Cabaret sits in wait with a chaise lounge, a dressing room mirror, an upright piano, a chair for the cellist, and a silver microphone for the star. Well, five stars and five ordinary people - the "nobodies" in Joanna Murray-Smith's Songs for Nobodies. The kicker? These ten historical figures are brought to life by just one incredible performer.

Would you believe that one woman could embody the likes of Judy Garland, Patsy Cline, Edith Piaf, Billie Holliday, and Maria Callas? Milwaukee Rep alum and diva in her own right, Bethany Thomas, does just that, moving seamlessly from Garland's singular belting to Cline's cry to Piaf's thundering French ballads. She nails the signature tone in Holiday's iconic jazz instrument, then ends the show with Callas' soaring operatics. Thomas delivers one powerhouse vocal after another, as breathtaking a songbird as she is a captivating storyteller.

At its heart, Songs for Nobodies is about the stories just as much as the music. This isn't a musical review, after all. Rather, there's anywhere from one to three songs paired up with each diva's narrated snapshot. Playwright Joanna Murray-Smith hits a string of emotional high notes in these snapshots - sometimes sweet, sometimes sad, sometimes laugh-aloud, but always candid and beautifully crafted.

The play starts with musings on happiness - that it's "the temporary illusion that nothing is about to change for the worst." The woman philosophizing said happiness is Bea Appleton, a bathroom attendant who had a chance meeting with Judy Garland while she was "havin' a pee." Next up is Pearl Avalon, a waitress turned backup singer, thanks to Patsy Cline. Edith Piaf's "nobody" is a British librarian whose father escaped Dachau thanks to the grace and split-second actions of the Little Sparrow, following a performance at a nazi prison.

Then there's Gwendolyn, AKA "Too Junior," a reporter for the New York Times who aches to stop writing about hemlines and start writing about something of value. Her big break: an interview with Billie Holiday in a hotel bar. And finally we meet a young Irish girl, a humble nanny living the high life on a boat with Maria Callas and Aristotle Onassis, the two in the thick of a fiery love affair. The ties that bind each of these somebodies to their nobody are beautifully affecting, showing how a seemingly insignificant moment of human interaction can change the course of a life.

Watching Thomas flip the switch from the modest everywoman to the diva is incredible. One moment she's meek, soft spoken, and in awe of these musical icons. The next, the audience becomes the everywoman, utterly transfixed and in awe of our star. Thomas is a true talent to be treasured apart from the luminaries she's portraying, for as Bea Appleton says of Patsy Cline, she also possesses a "personality that catches the light."

Part of the joy of watching Thomas on stage, backed by the marvelous Abdul Hamid on piano and Alicia Storin on cello, is just how personal the experience feels. Although the Stackner Cabaret has just undergone an impressive facelift, leaving it with 35% more seating, the space remains wonderfully intimate. To be in the presence of such a voice, such a radiant spirit - and to have that spirit be mere feet away - is immensely special. Thomas gives us more than a taste of history's great divas; with this tour-de-force performance, she proves to be one such diva herself.

Photo credit: Michael Brosilow


          Happy Anniversary Banner With Names, Custom Anniversary Sign With Year, Anniversary Party Decoration, Black and Gold, Bride and Groom by ArmyMOMOfTwins      Cache   Translate Page      

36.00 USD

Happy Anniversary Banner With Names, Custom Anniversary Sign With Year, Anniversary Party Decoration, Black and Gold, Bride and Groom

The Happy Anniversary garland banner is perfect for your anniversary celebration. Each square is 4 inches. The banner can become longer depending on how far you space each letter. Made of medium weight high quality white chipboard so it will hold up for more than one use so you can hang it every year! Each square is hand stamped with the finest acrylic paint then an antiqued boarder finishes it off perfectly. The squares are hung with satin ribbon with extra on each side so it can be hung anywhere.

In message to seller please list:
1.Letter Color:
2.Design Color:
3.Antiqued brown or Black
4.White or Brown Chipboard
5.Ribbon Color:
6. Year:
7. Names:

The flaws in the banner are made to enhance the vintage feel.

The banner is light enough to be hung with a single piece of tape on each end.

Please see my store announcement for updated turnaround times.
Ships USPS First Class mail please allow 2-5 business days. International and APO boxes may take longer.

All designs and Images Copyright ArmyMomOfTwins Etsy 2010


          Alphabet Bunting Flags, Fabric Bunting Banner, Nursery Decor, Kids Room Garland, Educational Tool, ABC's rainbow banner School Room Supplies by BooBahBlue      Cache   Translate Page      

32.00 USD

This abc mini bunting is perfect for a childs room. The entire alphabet 3" tall by 6 1/2 feet long, not including the extra on the ends to hang it with. Rainbow of colors for a full dimension of learning. Cotton fabric is pinked around the edges and hand painted with black lettering and trimmed with a bright yellow cloth ribbon. This banner may be hand washed and ironed if needed.

**perfect for hanging in a nursery, playroom or classroom as an educational tool for learning letters and colors.

Please visit my shop for fabulous decorations for parties, weddings and home!
www.etsy.com/shop/boobahblue


          Today@WKU: September 13, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      

Welcome to Today@WKU, the daily newsletter from WKU Public Affairs, for September 13, 2018.

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Tuesday afternoon to celebrate the opening of WKU’s Center for Applied Science in Health and Aging. More: Read more about the event  (WKU photo by Clinton Lewis)

WKU News

  • Environmental education group honors retired WKU professor: The Kentucky Association for Environmental Education (KAEE) has recognized Dr. Terry Wilson with its Lifetime Achievement Award. Dr. Wilson recently retired as a professor and director of the Center for Environmental Education and Sustainability at WKU.
  • Libraries professor participated in Sinologist and translator workshop in Beijing: Haiwang Yuan, professor of the Department of Library Public Services, WKU Libraries, was among 41 Sinologists and translators from 35 countries attending the 2018 Sino-foreign Literature Translation and Publishing Cooperation Workshop hosted by the Bureau for External Cultural Relations under China’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism.
  • Bus Traffic on College Heights Boulevard: There will be increased traffic and bus congestion on College Heights Boulevard near Van Meter Hall today and Friday.  School buses will be dropping off and picking up passengers for BG OnStage performances at Van Meter Hall.
  • WKU Public Radio Weekday Newscast Schedule: Tune into WKU Public Radio for national and international news from NPR, and local newscasts every half hour during Morning Edition (4-9 a.m. Central), and All Things Considered (3-6 p.m. Central), as well as local news features and interviews produced by the WKU news staff. WKU's Public Radio can be heard on WKYU-FM (88.9) in Bowling Green/Glasgow; WDCL-FM (89.7) in Somerset/Campbellsville; WKPB-FM (88.9) in Henderson/Owensboro; WKUE-FM (90.9) in Elizabethtown/Bardstown; and online at http://www.wkyufm.org

Follow WKU News: Subscribe to our daily email newsletter; follow WKU News on Twitter @wkunews or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/WKUNews.

WKU Sports

More: For updates on WKU Athletics, follow @WKUSports on Twitter or WKU Athletics on Facebook.

WKU in the News

  • Hilltopper RB LaFrance emerges as playmaker: Down 31-21 to Maine in the fourth quarter Saturday and needing a big play, WKU went to its speedy new freshman. Running back Garland LaFrance lined up in the backfield next to quarterback Drew Eckels for a shotgun snap from the Hilltoppers’ 25-yard line. After the ball was snapped, the freshman LaFrance took off on a wheel route down the left sideline.

More: Check out WKU in the News page.

WKU Alumni

More: Visit the WKU Alumni website.

WKU Admissions

More: Visit the WKU Admissions website; Information for Prospective Students

What’s Happening At-WKU

Ongoing/continuing events

Thursday, September 13

Friday, September 14

  • 9:45 a.m.: BG OnStage School Day Performance: Pirates Past Noon KIDS. Van Meter Hall. Contact Elise Charney, (270) 904-1382.
  • 12:30 p.m.: WKU Volleyball vs. ETSU. Part of WKU Tournament. Diddle Arena. Contact Athletic Communications, (270) 745-4298.
  • 6:30 p.m.: BG OnStage Performance: Pirates Past Noon KIDS. Van Meter Hall. Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for ages 6-18, $5 for age 5 and under. Contact Elise Charney, (270) 904-1382.
  • 7 p.m.: WKU Volleyball vs. Washington State. Part of WKU Tournament. Diddle Arena. Contact Athletic Communications, (270) 745-4298.

For upcoming events: Visit What's Happening at WKU or WKU’s online events calendar

About Today@WKU


          Tax Cuts Help Sugarlands Distilling Company Build New Distillery and Barrel House      Cache   Translate Page      

          Garland reaches World Masters 400m final in Malaga      Cache   Translate Page      
DALE GARLAND is on a promising track as he anticipates the finals of the World Masters’ Athletics Championships in Malaga 2018, writes Jamie Ingrouille.
          Valentine Heart Garland Bunting Vintage Calico Fabric Great Country Primitive Decor by tessimal      Cache   Translate Page      

16.00 USD

Celebrate Valentine's Day with Love and a Heart Garland .

4 Calico Fabric Hearts with Red Maroon and dusty Rose pink colors great to decorate your Boho Gypsy Abode.

Each Heart is about 3 inches wide. Other colors are available If you want a custom color with special calico or vintage fabric just send me a convo. I love custom orders!!

Spread the Love !! What better way to get your message across than with a Heart Garland for your wall decor!!


          Reuters reporters in Myanmar not jailed because of journalism: Suu Kyi       Cache   Translate Page      

Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Thursday robustly defended the jailing of two Reuters journalists who were reporting on the Rohingya crisis, as she hit back at global criticism of a trial widely seen as an attempt to muzzle the free press.

The country's de facto leader acknowledged that the brutal crackdown on the Muslim minority — which the United Nations (UN) has cast as "genocide" — could have been "handled better", but insisted the two reporters had been treated fairly.

"They were not jailed because they were journalists" but because "the court has decided that they had broken the Official Secrets Act", she said.

Reuters journalists, Wa Lone, 32, and Kyaw Soe Oo, 28, were each imprisoned for seven years last week for breaching the country's hardline Official Secrets Act while reporting on atrocities committed during the military crackdown in Rakhine state.

Suu Kyi, once garlanded as a global rights champion, has come under intense pressure to use her moral force inside Myanmar to defend the pair.

Challenging critics of the verdict — including the UN, rights groups who once lionised her, and the United States Vice President Mike Pence — to "point out" where there has been a miscarriage of justice, Suu Kyi said the case upheld the rule of law.

"The case was held in open court... I don't think anybody has bothered to read the summary of the judge," she said during a discussion at the World Economic Forum (WEF), adding the pair still had the right to appeal.

Army-led "clearance operations" that started last August drove 700,000 Rohingya into Bangladesh, carrying with them widespread accounts of atrocities — rape, murder and arson — by Myanmar police and troops.

The ferocity of that crackdown has thrust Myanmar into a firestorm of criticism as Western goodwill evaporates towards a country ruled by a ruthless junta until 2015.

A UN fact-finding panel has called for Myanmar army chief Min Aung Hlaing and several other top generals to be prosecuted for genocide.

The International Criminal Court (ICC) has said it has jurisdiction to open an investigation, even though Myanmar is not a member of the tribunal.

Suu Kyi, who has bristled at foreign criticism of her country, on Thursday softened her defence of the crackdown against "terrorists" from the Muslim minority.

"There are of course ways (in) which, in hindsight, the situation could have been handled better," she said.

##War on journalism

But she also appeared to turn responsibility onto neighbouring Bangladesh for failing to start the repatriation of the nearly one million-strong Rohingya refugee community to Myanmar.

Bangladesh "was not ready" to start repatriation of the Rohingya in January as agreed under a deal between the two countries, she said.

Yet, Myanmar does not want its Rohingya, denying them citizenship while the Buddhist-majority public falsely label them "Bengali" interlopers.

Rohingya refugees refuse to return to Myanmar without guarantees of safety, restitution for lost lands and citizenship.

The jailing of the Reuters reporters has sent a chill through Myanmar's nascent media scene.

The pair has denied the charges, insisting they were set up while exposing the extrajudicial killing of 10 Rohingya Muslims in the village of Inn Din in September last year.

This week, the UN rights office accused Myanmar of "waging a campaign against journalists".

It decried the use of the courts and the law by the "government and military in what constitutes a political campaign against independent journalism".

EU chief urges Myanmar's authorities to free journalists

European Union (EU) foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini is urging Myanmar's authorities to free the Reuters ournalists.

Mogherini demanded on Thursday that "the prison sentences be reviewed and the two journalists be released immediately and unconditionally."

Mogherini said their reporting matched testimony that she had heard from Rohingya in Bangladesh.

She said observers saw this trial as a test for Myanmar democracy and that "it is pretty clear that the test has failed."


          Obituaries - LaBelle, Clewiston      Cache   Translate Page      
Herbert Lee Byars, age 82, of Clewiston, passed away September 10, 2018 in Clewiston. He was born Sep. 15, 1935 in Pahokee, FL, to the late Joseph and Charity (Maynor) Byars

He was a veteran of the US Army.
He worked as a Mechanic for JJ Farms.
Survivors include his wife: Diane Byars, Daughters: Judy (Mike) Moore; Ellen (Richard) Clemmons; Helen Byars; Grandsons: Jimmy Rourks; Zack, Tyler, and William Clemmons.

Visitation will be held on Thursday September 13, 2018 from 6 to 8 PM at the Akin-Davis Funeral Home 438 E. Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston

Funeral services will be held Friday, September 14, 2018 at 11:00 am at Akin-Davis Funeral Home, Clewiston with Pastor Troy Ezell officiating.

Interment with Military Honors will be Friday, September 14, 2018 in Ortona Cemetery Pavillion.


Ronald Phillip DeStefano, Ph.D. passed away September 7, 2018.

He is survived by his wife, Laona, daughter; Kimberly (Chris) and son, Ronald, Jr., step-children; Yvonne, Joseph, William, and Jonathan, brother; Lawrence (Karen) and sister; Barbara (Terry), grandchildren; Franklin, Jesse, Kaleigh, Jordyn, Nataleigh, Grave, Emaleigh, Arthur, and Triston; nephew; Patrick, nieces; Candance and Krystle and many extended family members. Ron was enjoying retirement after 39 years of employment with United States Sugar Corporation.

A celebration of Ron's life will be celebrated at 11:00 am Saturday, September 15, 2018 at Lake Harbor Methodist Church, 29 West Corkscrew Blvd Lake Harbor, Florida.

Cremation arrangements by Akin-Davis Funeral Home - Clewiston

Jacquelyn T. Fuller, age 87, of Clewiston, passed away September 5, 2018 in Clewiston.

She was born Oct. 5, 1930 in Mineola, NY, to the late Theodore and the late Tyler Vesta (Dorr) Paradis.

She is survived by her daughter: Karen Tyler Larson.

Arrangements by Akin-Davis Funeral Home - Clewiston.

Laura Myree Snyder, age 58, of Clewiston, passed away September 4, 2018 in Lehigh Acres.

She was born September. 4, 1960 in Canton, OH, to the late James Calvin Snyder and Nada K (Cumpton) Blount.

She is survived by her son: Jordan Herkach, mother: Nada Blount, brothers: Mark A. Snyder and James K. Snyder and one grandchild. She was preceded in death by her father, James Calvin Snyder.

A memorial service will be held Friday, September 28, 2018 at 6:00 pm at Community Presbyterian Church, Clewiston with Rev. Tom Slager officiating.

Arrangements by Akin-Davis Funeral Home - Clewiston.

Michael George Anthony Aston, Jr, age 59, of LaBelle, passed away September 2, 2018 in LaBelle.

He was born July 18, 1959 in Hobart, OK, to the late Michael George Anthony and Bertha Mae (Hutcherson) Aston.

Survivors include his wife: Patricia J (Hartley) Aston.

Arrangements by Akin-Davis Funeral Home - LaBelle.

          Fox guest whines about Democrats' treatment of Brett Kavanaugh while praising GOP boycott of Merrick Garland      Cache   Translate Page      

ANTJUAN SEAWRIGHT (DEMOCRATIC STRATEGIST): Matt, you say you want to have meaningful conversations, but remember, it was your party who would not give President Obama's nominee a hearing to even start the conversation. 

MATT SCHLAPP (AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE UNION): Yes, and it was a wonderful decision. I loved that decision. 

SEAWRIGHT: And the truth -- of course you are. And that is a prime example of hypocrisy at its best. The second thing I would tell you, you know how important -- 

SCHLAPP: Your party doesn't run the Senate now, Antjuan, you don't get to determine when the hearings are. We get to because the American people elected Republicans to run the Senate.

SEAWRIGHT: Matt, all I'm doing is highlighting hypocrisy -- I am highlighting hypocrisy of your party, who would not even give President Obama's nominee a hearing, who Democrats and Republicans agree, who was a well-qualified for the bench.

Previously:

The media should not give Republicans a pass on unprecedented obstruction of Obama’s judicial nominees

Right-wing media immediately oppose Merrick Garland’s SCOTUS nomination


          Building Wireman - Crown Texas Inc - Garland, TX      Cache   Translate Page      
Crown Technical Systems is a rapidly expanding company in the ever-growing electrical power industry. Our main facility is located in Fontana, CA;... $14 - $17 an hour
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          Fab Shop Helper - Crown Texas Inc - Garland, TX      Cache   Translate Page      
Crown Technical Systems is a rapidly expanding company in the ever growing electrical power industry. Our main facility is located in Fontana, CA;... $11 - $12 an hour
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          20 French Lace Paper Doilies 14cm or 5.5inch - Baked Goods Wedding Craft Scrapbooking by WriteHere      Cache   Translate Page      

4.00 AUD

Embellish your packages with lovely french paper lace doilies while teaming them up with some pretty coloured twine.
They can really dress up your tea party settings and look fabulous under macaroons, cupcakes and other small morsels.
Perfect to wrap around glass bottles or a vintage jar with a candle inside. Endless possibilities for decorating your wedding, shower, tea party, making pretty garlands, festive snowflakes, scrapbooking and any other craft project - oh so pretty!

•includes : 20 small paper doilies
•size: diameter 14cm / 5.5 inch
•colour : white
•material: paper

If you would like a different quantity just convo me and I can set up a custom order for you.

:::::::: NOTE :::::::
The note card, twine and labels shown in the photos are for ideas only. They are available in my shop to purchase separately.


          Traffic impacts in Ottawa for the coming days – beginning Thursday, September 13      Cache   Translate Page      

Ottawa – Upcoming events and projects will have the following impacts on Ottawa traffic:

  • Queen Street: Until Tuesday, September 18, Queen Street will be closed for construction between O’Connor Street and Metcalfe Street.
     
  • Preston Street: From Saturday, September 15 to Thursday, September 20, Preston Street will be closed for construction between Carling Avenue and Sidney Street.
     
  • Maitland Avenue: From Sunday, September 16 to Wednesday, October 31, Maitland Avenue will have intermittent lane closures between Cameo Drive and Woodward Drive.
     
  • Alta Vista Drive: Until mid-October, Alta Vista Drive will have intermittent lane closures between Smyth Road and Industrial Avenue. Construction will take place weekdays from 9 am to 3:30 pm and from 7 pm to 7 am, and on weekends from 6 pm to 10 am.
     
  • Terry Fox Drive: Until Friday, September 28, there will be daily lanes closures between 7 pm and 6 am on Terry Fox Drive from 140 metres south of Didsbury Road to 320 metres north of Campeau Drive to allow for construction.
     
  • Russell Road: Until Monday, September 17, Russell Road will be closed for construction between Anderson Road and Farmers Way.
     
  • Anderson Road: Until Friday, September 27, Anderson Road will be closed for construction between Mitch Owens Road and Thunder Road.
     
  • Highway 417 and Highway 174:

- From Thursday, September 13 at 10 pm to Friday, September 14 at 6 am, the westbound on-ramp from Highway 174 to westbound Highway 417 will be closed.

- From Friday, September 14 at 9 pm to Monday, September 17 at 6 am, lanes will be closed on Highway 174 westbound and Highway 417 westbound.

- From Thursday, September 13 to Friday, November 2, lanes will be closed on Highway 417 at the following times: Sundays from 9 pm to midnight, Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9 pm to 6 am, Thursdays and Fridays from 10 pm to 6 am and Saturdays from midnight to 10 am.

Events

  • CityFolk Festival: Until Sunday, September 16, expect increased congestion on Bank Street and around Lansdowne.
     
  • Terry Fox Runs: On Sunday, September 16, expect traffic disruptions in Orléans and Greely due to the annual Terry Fox Runs.
     
  • Orléans Ribfest: From Friday, September 14 at 11 am to Monday, September 17 at 6 am, Centrum Boulevard will be closed between Prestone Drive and Brisebois Crescent.
     
  • Annual Tastes of Wellington West: On Saturday, September 15, between 10 am and 5 pm, the following roads will be closed:

- Wellington Street West between Garland Street and Island Park Drive.

- Somerset Street West between Garland Street and Breezehill Avenue.

- Holland Avenue between Spencer Avenue and Wellington Street West.

For more updates on construction and roadwork activity across the city, or for information about traffic and travel planning, visit the City’s Traffic Report or follow the City’s traffic account on Twitter.

For more information on City programs and services, visit ottawa.ca or call 3-1-1 (TTY: 613-580-2401). You can also connect with us through Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


          Partisan In Bloom fills Micklegate restaurant with floral wonder      Cache   Translate Page      
FLORENCIA Clifford and Hugo Hildyard's Partisan restaurant and coffee house, in Micklegate, York, is garlanded in flowers and floral art for the Bloom! festival.
          National Safety Council to Bring Opioid Memorial to Fayetteville as Part of Nationwide Tour      Cache   Translate Page      
ITASCA, Ill., Sept. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Safety Council is partnering with Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge, local businesses and organizations to bring the Council's opioid memorial to Fayetteville from Oct. 3-9, where it will be displayed at the Arkansas Union, 435 N. Garland Ave., on the University of Arkansas campus. Prescribed to Death: A Memorial to the Victims of the Opioid Crisis is free and will be open to the public daily from 1-7 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 3, and from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m Oct. 4-9. The memorial puts a face on the worst drug crisis in recorded United States history, personalizing an issue that was declared a public health emergency last fall.
          DIY Wood Bead Garland      Cache   Translate Page      

DIY WOOD BEAD GARLAND I just love a good garland! Anyone with me?? This DIY wood bead garland has got to be the easiest and most versatile garland I've ever made. 🙂   (I mean – compared to the 3-hour Fall Paper Garland… whew!  This one was a walk in the park!) Honestly, this little garland […]

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          David Garland - Verdancy      Cache   Translate Page      
 Album type: Album
 Album language: English
 Released: 2018 year
 Tracks: 27
 Price: $3.84
 Total size: 575.18 Mb
 Bitrate: Constant, 256/320 kbps!
 Genres: 'Folk', 'Avant Garde'
 Artist: David Garland

          Garland eyes fall cleanup      Cache   Translate Page      
GARLAND — Town officials are making plans to provide fall cleanup services for residents, but the only problem is deciding what’s allowed to be picked up. During a special Tuesday meeting, the Garland Board of [...]
          Shift Supervisor (1842 Sugarland Dr) - City Brew - Sheridan, WY      Cache   Translate Page      
Promotes the culture and vision of City Brew Coffee. Takes responsibility for continuous learning and takes initiative to seek opportunity to increase overall...
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          Багиреныш: Нашла вот такую красоту!      Cache   Translate Page      

Это цитата сообщения Мадам_Ирина Оригинальное сообщениеНашла вот такую красоту!

Вот здесь: https://www.garlandsjewelry.com/collections/rena-charles





























          Mixer Batcher      Cache   Translate Page      
TX-Garland, Job Description: Candidate will be responsible for receiving raw material Will read batch tickets, pre-weigh material , mix together in a safe matter Loading and unloading bag of powders, chemical etc. must be able to lift up to 60pounds on a regular basis, Will also operate sit-down forklift to move and retrieve material needed. Will dispense final product into 200gallon containers. Strong chemic
          Mixer/batcher      Cache   Translate Page      
TX-Garland, Job Description: * Candidate will be responsible for receiving raw material * Will read batch tickets, pre-weigh material , mix together in a safe matter * Loading and unloading bag of powders, chemical etc. * must be able to lift up to 60pounds on a regular basis, * Will also operate sit-down forklift to move and retrieve material needed. * Will dispense final product into 200gallon containers. *
          MTANGAZAJI WA STARtV NA KISS FM AFUNGA NDOA NCHINI MAREKANI - PART ONE      Cache   Translate Page      
MTANGAZAJI na Mhariri msanifu (Graphics Deagner) wa kampuni ya Sahara Media Group (yenye kumiliki Startv, Kiss FM na RFA,  Bw. Lonely Leonard Nzali hatimaye ameuacha ukapela Jumamosi ya August 25, 2018 pale alipofunga ndoa takatifu na Jackie Charles katika Kanisa la Umoja International Outreach Church - lililopo Dallas King of glory Lindon B Johnson Freeway Dallas Tx nchini Marekani.

Wawili hawa walikutana kupitia kongamano la kuazimisha miaka mitatu ya huduma ya Umoja Prayerline (maombi kwa njia ya mtandao) lililofanyika mapema mwezi wa tatu mwaka huu.

Ndoa hiyo ilifungishwa na Mch. Kiongozi wa makanisa ya umoja Pastor Absalom Nasuwa na kuuzuliwa na mamia ya wana jumuiya ya watanzania wahishio Dallas (Tanzanian Dallas) akiwemo mmiliki wa kituo cha Radio cha kwa Neema FM Radio cha Mwanza Bishop Dr.Augustine Mpemba ambaye pia aliwahi kuwa boss wa Lonely Nzali hapo miaka ya Nyuma.

Na sherehe baadade ilifanyika katika ukumbi wa Genesis Ballroom Garland.

PATA PICHA ZA MATUKIO 
Mkoko uliowabeba maharusi.
Bwana harusi akimpokea Bi. Harusi.
Nakuvalisha pete hii ili iwe ishara ya mapendo kwako......
"Am taken".....
Wapambez ....
Chukuwa....
Nani mwenye pingamizi.....
Bishop Agustine Mpemba akibariki ndoa hiyo takatifu.
Bishop Agustine Mpemba akibariki ndoa hiyo takatifu.
Mara baada ya kukamilisha kula kiapo...sasa ikikawa ni muda kwa Bwana harusi kusaini hati ya ndoa.
Mara baada ya kukamilisha kula kiapo...sasa ikikawa ni muda kwa Bi. harusi kusaini hati ya ndoa.
Dunia ni kama kijiji .... Bwana harusi L. Nzali akiwa na best man wake wakuitwa Paul Mwamba raia wa Ghana anayeishi nchini Marekani.
Wow....
Nice angle....
Ulinzi ni full ...
Nani ajaye....
Watu na watu wao....
.Ni kama vile Nzali anamwambia Jackie "TwenzetU mke wangU............"


          Re: Superunknown: A first-time builder hits the big time      Cache   Translate Page      

"________" Within the space provided Mr. Jackson Burrows, furniture designer and artist from Calgary, is welcome to put any and all garlands of adulation he desires and consider it a direct quote. I am not worthy.


          Cast Announced for IN A BOOTH AT CHASEN'S      Cache   Translate Page      

On November 15, 1949, in Hollywood, California, an up-and-coming young actress met a handsome movie star for dinner -- a blind date that changed history.

Two-time Academy Award winner and Tony Nominee, Al Kasha, multiple award-winning hit songwriter, Phil Swann, and acclaimed author and poet, Sam Bennett, have woven the two-year courtship of Ronald Reagan and Nancy Davis into a funny and touching two-character musical that is both poignant, and endearing. A true Hollywood love story made both human and timeless. '

In an intermission-less 85 minutes directed by Kay Cole, In a Booth at Chasen's - The Real Life Romance of Ron and Nancy Reagan will run for 17 performances from November 9 to 25 (press opening Sunday November 11th) at the El Portal Theatre. The musical presents the beginnings of one of the world's most legendary romances - and how it might not have happened at all. The show plays out on one set, with a precise attention to historic details -- depicting the eponymous booth from the famed (and now lost) Hollywood landmark, Chasen's Restaurant.

Brent Schindele is announced as Ronald Reagan; Kelley Dorney plays Nancy Davis. Both have extensive musical theatre credits.

Brent Schindele was directed by Kay Cole in No Strings and choreographed by her in City of Angels for Reprise Theatre Company. Brent recently toured the country with the national company of The Sound of Music (locally, Herr Zeller at the Ahmanson and Captain Von Trapp at Segerstrom Center for the Arts). Other national touring credits include Peter and Simon in Jesus Christ Superstar and Tony in West Side Story, and he appeared as the Leading Man in The Musical of Musicals: The Musical!, both Off-Broadway and around the country in its various regional premieres. Locally, Brent starred in South Street at Pasadena Playhouse, Souvenir at the Garry Marshall Theatre, End of the Rainbow at Int'l. City Theatre, Merrily We Roll Along at the Wallis Annenberg and Actors Co-op and, and Striking Twelve at Laguna Playhouse and the Ensemble Theatre Company of Santa Barbara. Brent's screen appearances include Cold Case, Squaresville and Thirteen Days with Kevin Costner.

Kelley Dorney was recently in The World Goes Round with Reprise 2.0 and Annie at the Hollywood Bowl. Other area credits include Nice Work If You Can Get It (Billie Bendix) and Carousel (Heavenly Friend) at MTW, Lend Me a Tenor (Maggie) and First Date (Ovation nominated Ensemble, Woman #2) with McCoy Rigby, OKLAHOMA! (Ado Annie) at 3D Theatricals, Superhuman (Center Theatre Group), Killer Barbie and Adam and Eve and Steve (NoHo Arts Center), and Nunsense (Crown City Theatre). Kelley has toured the country with Fancy Nancy and Click Clack Moo (Theatreworks USA). While living in London, she performed in the PBS Concert Special: A Tale of Two Cities (Seamstress) and the workshop of Love Never Dies (Really Useful Group). She can be heard on both cast albums.

Tickets are available at www.InABoothAtChasens.com and by calling 818-508-4200.

About In A Booth at Chasen's

In November 1949, a nervous 29 year-old starlet - Nancy Davis - went to a dinner at Chasen's restaurant with the President - of the Screen Actor's Guild - movie star Ronald Reagan, while Reagan is still nursing a broken heart from his divorce from Jane Wyman. There is an attraction, and the two hit it off.

Several weeks later, the two have become closer, but not yet exclusive. Nancy helps Ron paint the fences at his ranch in the San Fernando Valley, and starts to get to know his children. She even loves his dumb jokes.

Over the next two years, the couple confide in one another, turn up the heat, bicker and rage against the gossipy tabloid press, and even battle the threat of Communism. The drama is in how Nancy plays hard to get, and how long it takes Ron to propose.

The marriage of Ron and Nancy Reagan continues to be written about, talked about, analyzed and scrutinized. To some, Ron's unyielding devotion to his wife is to be admired and Nancy's fierce protection of her husband is applauded. To others, their relationship seemed odd, old-fashioned and even corny. Either way, it cannot be denied that few, if any, marriages had more of an impact on the 20th century.

Al Kasha, Ron Dante, Phil Swann, Sam Bennett

Al Kasha was twice nominated for the Tony Award for Best Score -- in 1981 for Copperfield and 1983 for Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. Kasha's Oscar winning songs written with longtime collaborator Joel Hirschhorn are "The Morning After" and "We May Never Love Like This Again," and they were Oscar nominated for "Candle on the Water" and the score of Disney's Pete's Dragon. They also wrote songs for Freaky Friday and All Dogs Go To Heaven, and with Charles Aznavour.

Kasha also wrote hit songs for Jackie Wilson, Bobby Darin, and Helen Reddy - and as part of the A&R Department of Columbia Records was responsible for signing Aretha Franklin, Neil Diamond, Steve Lawrence, Eydie Gorme, Andy Williams and Janis Joplin to the label.

Producer Ron Dante is one of those rare multi-talented individuals capable of making a mark in many fields. Among theatergoers Dante is best known for producing two Tony Award-winning Broadway shows - Ain't Misbehavin', which earned him a Tony for Best Musical, and Children of a Lesser God, which took the Tony for Best Play. Dante was also behind such critically acclaimed plays as Whose Life Is It Anyway?, Crimes of the Heart, Duet for One, and the revival of Neil Simon's Little Me. Rivaling Ron's successes as a Broadway producer are his incredible achievements as a record producer. To date, records he has produced have sold over 100 million copies. Among the many major recording artists he has worked with are Cher, Dionne Warwick, Pat Benatar, Irene Cara, Ray Charles, and John Denver. His most famous collaboration was with Barry Manilow, co-producing the singer's first nine albums. Manilow's greatest hits, the signature songs that made pop music history, were all produced by Dante: "Mandy," "I Write the Songs," "Could It Be Magic," and the Grammy-winning "Copacabana."

A longtime Hollywood insider and Reagan correspondent, Al Kasha was particularly well placed to bring to life the story of this quintessentially Hollywood courtship. Working with composer Phil Swann and writer Sam Bennett, Kasha was able to realize and recreate the beginning and blossoming of the romance of Ron and Nancy Reagan.

Swann is the composer of the hit Off-Broadway musical, Play It Cool (Outer Critics Circle nominee for Best Musical), The People vs. Friar Laurence, the Man Who Killed Romeo and Juliet (Jeffrey Joseph Awards nomination Best Musical) DeLEARious (Garland Award winner for Best Score) and Neil Simon's Musical Fools, is a musical farce co-authored by Swann, Ron West and Neil Simon.

As a songwriter, Phil Swann's songs have been used in countless TV shows, movies, and have been recorded by recording artists including: Clay Aiken, Lee Ann Womack, Josh Strickland, Blake Shelton, Neal McCoy, Rodney Atkins, Eamonn McCrystal and Lee Greenwood.

A former staff songwriter and producer for DreamWorks, Swann's production credits include: Helen Slater, The Good Mad, The Sweet Potatoes, Danielle Kuri, Roberta Duchak, Dave Aguallo and Dan Nahmod. Solo projects by Swann include the critically acclaimed jazz recording, "Stale Scotch and Cheap Cigars," and the EP, "Age of Opportunity."

A writer, actor, speaker, and teacher, Sam Bennett is the author of the bestselling, Get It Done: From Procrastination to Creative Genius in 15 Minutes a Day, which Seth Godin called, "An instant classic. Essential reading for anyone who wants to make a ruckus." Her latest bestseller is, Start Right Where You Are: How Little Changes Can Make a Big Difference for Overwhelmed Procrastinators, Frustrated Overachievers and Recovering Perfectionists (New World Library).

She has also written two popular books of poems, An Artist Talks to God, and By The Way, You Look Really Great Today. She is also the author of the inspirational book, 365 Reasons To Write.

Originally from Chicago, where she became part of the world-famous Second City Theatre family, Ms. Bennett moved to Los Angeles in 1994, and appeared in over 100 live stage productions, ranging from Shakespeare to contemporary classics to world premieres. She has worked extensively with The Open Fist Theatre Company as well as with the critically acclaimed LA TheatreWorks. She has continued her comedic work with ComedySportz, as well as a long list of other improv comedy venues. Her television credits include: The Drew Carey Show, Bull, The Huntress, Detective, Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus, Strong Medicine and Days Of Our Lives.

She wrote the one-person show Kiss The Monster, co-authored the hit alt-comedy Miss Millicent's FallRecital, and has also contributed hundreds of hours of comedy to corporations everywhere through her work with The Second City's Business Theatre.

As Director/Choreographer Kay Cole's credits include Love Songs, Spelling Bee, Rose Bowl Queens, Bark! No Strings, Desperate Writers (Off-B'way/L.A.), Flunky, Dining Room, Nuncrackers, Judy's Scary Little Christmas, Frog & Toad, A Chorus Line. As a choreographer her credits include: Hunger, Nightmare Alley, Atlanta, Great Expectations, Triumph of Love, Dancing at Lughnasa. Pasadena Playhouse: 110 in the Shade, Do I Hear a Waltz? At the Hollywood Bowl she has done: Mame, Bernstein's Mass, My Fair Lady, The Music Man, Camelot. Reprise: Three Penny Opera, City of Angels, Company, 20th Century, Follies, Sweeney Todd, The Most Happy Fella. Other Los Angeles credits include: Atlanta, Paint Your Wagon (Geffen); Grave White Way (Hudson Theatre); Dogeaters, Gaytino (Kirk Douglas Theatre); Six Dance Lessons (Falcon, Geffen, B'way); Snoopy, Blockheads (London West End). Her Film/TV credits include: Country Rules, Santa Clause 3, Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks.

The scenery is by Andy Walmsley; costumes by Kate Berg; and orchestrations by Luke Hannington. In a Booth at Chasen's is produced by John Kerklotz and American Happenings in association with Ron Dante and Ceil and Al Kasha; Conwell Worthington is Supervising Producer, J & B Theatrical Productions, LLC.


          Of "Magic Bullets" and a Constitutional Convention      Cache   Translate Page      
I feel compelled to weigh in on the Super-Levinson discussion, in part because in the next few weeks I expect to be writing a short chapter about the possibility of holding a constitutional convention.

I think that how one frames the discussion is really important. So, for example, Super writes about an "Article V" convention, and contrasts "magic bullet" thinking with "the hard work of organizing, persuading, and compromising," which he limits to "the electoral process." Why, though, limit it that way? Why not think about advocacy of a constitutional convention (note that I've eliminated the "article V") as a component of a long-term strategy of organizing, persuading, and compromising? If one sees it that way -- which I believe to be the correct way -- the real question is about the relative merits of doing the hard work in support of substantive policies to be adopted through legislation ("the electoral process") and doing the hard work in support of a constitutional convention. Now, there may be reasons to prefer the former to the latter, but that those advocating for a constitutional convention are relying on a magic bullet isn't one of them.

The "magic bullet" criticism, and the associated parade of horribles that always takes place, imagine what would happen were a constitutional convention to be convened tomorrow -- that is, under the political circumstances now prevailing. But no one who advocates for such a convention imagines that that's going to happen. One thought associated with such advocacy is that it -- that is, the advocacy -- can change the relevant politics.

Arguing about the possibility of malign foreign influence might, for example, generate proposals to constrain such influence -- and not merely for the (as yet not convened) convention but for contemporary legislation. And discussing the risks that a convention might pose to treasured constitutional rights might promote a real conversation about whether we --progressives -- have fetishized the First Amendment to the point where we don't have real resources to combat its weaponization, to use Justice Kagan's valuable term. Now, maybe we haven't fetishized it, and maybe we do have the resources to combat weaponization. But, in my view, it would be quite helpful to have such a conversation -- I haven't seen one provoked by my former colleague David Cole's truly inane defense of fetishization --, and maybe advocating for a constitutional convention would do so. (But maybe not.)

Further, advocating for a constitutional convention can put on the table policy proposals that are quite utopian given existing constitutional arrangements -- most obviously, the equal representation of the states in the Senate, but probably also revision of our entire constitutional approach to campaign finance (not merely Citizens United, itself not an important decision and in my view well-supported by existing constitutional doctrine -- which is the real problem, not the result in Citizens United). It's simply not responsive to an argument for apportioning the Senate on a population basis through a constitutional convention that the existing Constitution says we can't do that. Again, maybe equal apportionment is a good idea, or population-based apportionment a bad one (but something other than equal representation might be better than either), but we can't have a conversation about that ifthe idea is ruled out of bounds from the beginning.

The Senate example leads me to my final and in my view most important point. Maybe Super's objections to an Article V convention are well-taken. But -- in thinking about the hard work of generating political support for a constitutional convention -- why do we have to confine ourselves to an Article V convention? Why not a "Citizens' -- or Peoples' -- Convention," "convened" outside the bounds of Article V? Some creative NGO could support a number of "Peoples' Assemblies" in states around the country, a handful every year, in which ordinary people would get together  and talk about constitutional fundamentals and translate them into proposals for constitutional design.

Do that -- or/and use other innovative methods of provoking discussions of fundamentals -- often enough, and widely enough, and, again, the political context might change. Some politicians might see gain to be had by figuring out how to translate one or more proposals into ordinary legislation (the 18-year-Supreme Court term example -- though for the record, as a supporter of proposals to take back the stolen Garland seat I don't want to fixate on a multiple of the number nine). Enough politicians might come on board for some specific constitutional amendment that garners lots of support in these Assemblies. And so on.

But, in the end, I actually want to hold open the possibility of a completely or largely extra-legal process of constitutional amendment (something like Philadelphia in 1787), as to which the only criterion is success: Could a Peoples' Convention get a new government up and running -- and obeyed -- without going through Article V? That's an empirical not conceptual question. My only point is that saying that the process would be extra-legal is both accurate and irrelevant.

And, finally, nothing about the arguments I've sketched here relies on a magic bullet. Indeed, they are predicated upon the proposition that advocates for a constitutional convention know that the hard work of politics -- "organizing, persuading, and compromising" -- lies ahead. And, again, that implies that the real argument against the political project of convening a constitutional convention is that we're likely to get more out of the hard work done with respect to ordinary legislation and perhaps ordinary constitutional amendment than out of the hard work done with respect to a constitutional convention. I'll conclude with the modest observation that it's not obvious to me that that argument -- were it to be made openly and in detail -- is correct.


          Pulau Tekukor is alive!      Cache   Translate Page      
This lovely island has natural natural cliffs cloaked with coastal forests, natural rocky shores.
Living reefs of Pulau Tekukor
We arrived with heavy rain indicated at Jurong and dark clouds blotting out the sunrise.


Fortunately, the gloomy weather cleared up quickly. Here's a video of this lovely island under blue skies as we were leaving.
Pulau Tekukor
This lovely island lies just a few minutes from Sentosa, and is our shortest boat rides ever. We hardly have time to sit down before we arrive. Pulau Tekukor used to be an ammunition dump which was closed in the 1980s. It is a large, long island and one side of the rocky cliffs remain undeveloped, fronting a long rocky intertidal. Reefs ring the island.
Coastal forest and natural cliffs of Pulau Tekukor
I have not seen a lot of hard corals on this shore since I first started surveying it. But there were a few very large coral colonies especially near the southern end of the island.
Living reefs of Pulau Tekukor
While most of the corals I saw were not bleaching, many had dead portions and there were a few  that were white.
Living shores of Pulau Tekukor
Most of the corals I saw were Boulder pore corals. Most of them were not bleaching, though some were oddly green and some were pale or had bleaching portions.
Other corals seen included many Merulinid corals. Anemone corals, Small goniopora coral, Disk coral. I feel as if there are fewer coral colonies and fewer species than on my last survey of this area in Jan 2017.
I also saw some large leathery soft corals of various kinds on the shore. There were also many small clumps of Broad feathery soft corals.
Living reefs of Pulau Tekukor
I came across many kinds of sea anemones too. The most common remain Giant carpet anemones and Frilly sea anemones. I also saw one Magnificent anemone and many Banded bead anemones. For the first time, I saw a Haddon's carpet anemone on the shore (it had a pair of Peacock-tail shrimps) and two Snaky sea anemones.
Most of the western shore that I saw continues to be covered with zoanthids of various kinds.
Button zoanthids (Zoanthus sp.) with Broad zoanthids (Palythoa mutuki)
We saw a few Common sea stars! Long black sea cucumbers remain the most abundant echinoderms on the shore. Unfortunately, none of us saw the Giant clam.
Common sea star (Archaster typicus)
Dayna found this sea star which we don't know what it is. The rest of the team found flatworms, nudibranchs, fishes and more!

I saw larger patches of Sickle seagrass on the western shore, more than I had observed in the past here.
Sickle seagrass (Thalassia hemprichi)
There was also a small patch at the southern tip of the island. The seagrass was fresh and green and not covered in epiphytes.
Sickle seagrass (Thalassia hemprichi)
There are all kinds of amazing rock formations on the island. Including small caves, weird patterned rocks and this 'portal' that seems to have resulted from a  huge slab of rock sliding off the cliff.
Rocky shores of Pulau Tekukor
I spent a lot of time looking at the plants that have naturally settled on the shore and coastal cliffs.
Coastal forest and natural cliffs of Pulau Tekukor
These included ChengamNyireh bungaMerambong, MengkuangBedara LautRambut putri.
The Rhu trees were blooming. Although they look like pines (which are not flowering plants), Rhu or Casuarina trees do produce flowers. The pink fluffy female flowers turn into prickly fruits that resemble pinecones. The male flowers are tiny and appear on long stems.
The most amazing plants on the island are the profuse garlands of Raffles pitcher plants. Today, I noticed some ants on the pitcher, clearly eating something that they like produced on the lip and under the lid of the pitcher. Although I looked for some time, I didn't see any ants falling into the pitcher.
Ants on Raffles pitcher plant (Nepenthes rafflesiana)
There were also lots of Land hermit crabs on the upper shore. They are naturally found on the high tide line where all kinds of edible stuff washes up. But also litter. Because all our mainland recreational beaches are cleaned daily of litter, these hermit crabs are no longer commonly seen.
Land hermit crab (Coenobita violascens) among trash
So in a beach cleanup, we must be careful not to remove living animals and the food that they rely upon. Fortunately, we didn't come across any nets or traps on our trip.
Marine trash on Pulau Tekukor
Let's hope this charming little island stays safe until we return next  year.

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