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Fertle Family Comedy Laughing All the Way in Argenta

Fertle Family Comedy Laughing All the Way in Argenta

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Don’t miss the original comedy that chronicles the Fertle Family’s trouble-ridden holiday reunion in the tiny town of Dumpster, Arkansas. The Main Thing comedy trio brings the quirky family to life by portraying all the relatives and and townspeople needed to create the illusion of a bustling Christmas get-together.

Playing every Friday and Saturday at 8:00, November 23, through January 12.

The Joint’s cabaret-style theatre offers beer, wine, European-style coffees, snacks, and desserts at your table throughout the show. Admission is $20. For reservations call the theatre box office at 372-0205, or stop by The Joint at 301 Main, Downtown North Little Rock.

See Season Seven Finale Show of Tales From the South

See Season Seven Finale Show of Tales From the South

Don't miss Tales From the South; Dinner and a Show, Tuesday, December 18. Enjoy a fantastic dinner and be part of the live audience for Internationally-syndicated radio show "Tales from the South," where Southerners bring their own true stories to life. Next week's show is the Season Seven Finale Show with live blues music by guitarist Mark Simpson. For tickets or more information go to www.talesfromthesouth.com

"Paradise Lost" Screen at Argenta Community Theater

"Paradise Lost" Screen at Argenta Community Theater

Argenta Film Series presents "Paradise Lost" Wednesday, December 12 at 7pm at Argenta Community Theater. Special guests include Jason Baldwin, Joe Berlinger and Mara Leveritt.

"Paradise Lost" is a documentary based on the horrific triple child murder which leads to an indictment and trial of three nonconformist boys based on questionable evidence. 

Governor Beebe discusses White House visit

Governor Beebe discusses White House visit

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Governor Beebe will be discussing his recent meeting with President Obama regarding the fiscal cliff Wednesday, December 5, at 10:30 a.m. at the Governor's Conference Room in the State Capitol. Beebe was invited to meet with the President as a member of the National Governors Association Executive Committee.

Hear Holiday Tales From the South

Hear Holiday Tales From the South

Don't miss Tales From the South; Dinner and a Show, WEDNESDAY, November 21. Enjoy a fantastic dinner and be part of the live audience for Internationally-syndicated radio show "Tales from the South," where Southerners bring their own true stories to life. Next week features the 1-Hour Annual Holiday Show with readings by Mary Lester, Wetzel LaGrone, Sara Baker, Martin Ferguson, Ann Talman, and Sandra Hamilton. Music by The Salty Dogs and blues guitarist Mark Simpson. For tickets or more information go to www.talesfromthesouth.com

Starving Artist Cafe is located at 411 Main Street, Argenta Arts District, downtown North Little Rock.

This Week in Argenta

This Week in Argenta

November 1 - 30: The Art of Music Show at the Hays Senior Citizen Center. Open house on November 9 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. features an exciting exhibit with art painted to music. The exhibit features early and current photographs, sheet music, LP art, posters and original art all with a musical theme. This vibrant display inspired by the music in their lives promises to fill your evening with delight. Visit the art of music show.

Argenta Film Series Screens The American Scream

Argenta Film Series Screens The American Scream

The Argenta Film Series presents The American Scream Thursday, October 18th, at 7 pm. at Argenta Community Theater, 405 Main Street, Argenta Arts District, downtown North Little Rock. Director Michael Stephenson will be in attendance.

In a small Massachusetts community, three Halloween-obsessed households transform into neighbor-terrifying supernatural wonderlands in this documentary from the director of Best Worst Movie.

Every Halloween, sleepy Fairhaven, Massachusetts erupts with the most ambitiously creative spookery in the world.  Endless styrofoam tombstones and backyard beasts come courtesy of a few supremely dedicated local “home haunters” who’ve devoted their lives to the art of handmade monster-making.