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Heritage Hog Roast Features Craft Beer & Wine Garden

Heritage Hog Roast Features Craft Beer & Wine Garden

The Craft Beer & Wine Garden at the Arkansas Times Heritage Hog Roast will feature several varieties of Schlafly Beer, a popular craft beer brewed in St. Louis. The Beer & Wine Garden opens at noon & closes at 10 PM. $5 for beer or wine, $2 for soft drinks or water. For more information or to order tickets, http://www.arktimes.com/general/splash/heritagehogroast/index.html. The Arkansas Times Heritage Hog Roast is presented by Ben E. Keith Co. http://www.benekeith.com/home and benefits the Argenta Arts District www.argentaartsdistrict.org

This Week in Argenta

This Week in Argenta

Now - April 27: "Last Night at Orabella's" An original comedy by the Main Thing. Performances at The Joint every FRIDAY and SATURDAY at 8 p.m. Admission is $20, reservations are recommended. Tickets can be purchased at The Joint's cabaret theatre, call 501-372-0205, visit www.TheJointInLittleRock.com.

Now - 24: The Joint Venture is an improv comedy act performed Wednesdays at The Joint in the Argenta Arts District of downtown North Little Rock at 8 p.m. There is a $5 cover charge. Visit www.TheJointInLittleRock.com call 501-372-0205.

April 17: Live Entertainment!
The Joint Venture Improv Group at The Joint

This Week in Argenta

This Week in Argenta

Now - April 27: "Last Night at Orabella's" An original comedy by the Main Thing. Performances at The Joint every FRIDAY and SATURDAY at 8 p.m. Admission is $20, reservations are recommended. Tickets can be purchased at The Joint's cabaret theatre, call 501-372-0205, visit www.TheJointInLittleRock.com.

April 10 - 24: The Joint Venture is an improv comedy act performed Wednesdays at The Joint in the Argenta Arts District of downtown North Little Rock at 8 p.m. There is a $5 cover charge. Visit www.TheJointInLittleRock.com call 501-372-0205.

Artist INC Live Argenta Applications Available

Artist INC Live Argenta Applications Available

In partnership with the Arkansas Arts Council, Artist INC, and the Argenta Arts Foundation, Mid-America Arts Alliance (M-AAA) is now accepting applications from artists of all disciplines for Artist INC Live Argenta.

Artist INC Live Argenta is a cutting edge training program that addresses the specific business needs and challenges of artists.

This Week in Argenta

This Week in Argenta

Now - April 27: "Last Night at Orabella's" An original comedy by the Main Thing. Performances at The Joint every FRIDAY and SATURDAY at 8 p.m. Admission is $20, reservations are recommended.

This Week in Argenta

This Week in Argenta

Save the Date - May 1-3, 2013, Arkansas Preservation Conference - Placemaking and the Power of Preservation, Argenta Community Theater, Conference Headquarters. Registration opens soon. For more information email VMckuin@PreserveArkansas.org

Now - March 16: "For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights" at Laman Library, Main Branch. Through a compelling mix of photographs, television clips, and other historic artifacts, For All the World to See traces how images disseminated in popular magazines like LIFE, JET, and EBONY, and real-time events brought into homes via television coverage helped transform public opinion about racism and racial justice in America. Call 501-758-1720 or visit www.LamanLibrary.org.

The Argenta Film Series Presents Academy Award Winner UNDEFEATED

The Argenta Film Series Presents Academy Award Winner UNDEFEATED

The Argenta Film Series Presents Academy Award Winner UNDEFEATED, Febuary 21st, 7p.m., Argenta Community Theater with special guest Bill Courtney, coach of the Manassas Tigers football team.

Set against the backdrop of a high school football season, Dan Lindsay and T.J. Martin’s documentary UNDEFEATED, winner of the Academy Award® for Best Documentary Feature, is an intimate chronicle of three underprivileged student-athletes from inner-city Memphis and the volunteer coach trying to help them beat the odds on and off the field.

Founded in 1899, Manassas High School in North Memphis has never seen its football team, the Tigers, win a playoff game. In recent decades, the last-place Tigers had gone so far as to sell its regular season games to rival schools looking to chalk up an easy win.