Famed Hollywood producer Harry Thomason, an alumnus of Southern Arkansas University, will be in Magnolia on Monday, November 4, to celebrate the publication of his first book.
CUP – Contents Under Pressure – the improv comedy team from Rhodes College in Memphis, will have a one-night-only performance this evening at the Magnolia Arts Center.
The theater committee of the South Arkansas Arts Center in El Dorado has announced the cast for the upcoming production of a spoof of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet.”
JB and the Moonshine Band will headline the annual Free Fall Concert at Southern Arkansas University on Thursday, October 24, at the SAU Alumni Center.
The Murphy Arts District in El Dorado has announced a partnership with Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville to present an exhibition in the First Financial Music Hall.
TEXARKANA -- In the mood for some marching music? Then, Tiger Stadium at Grim Park is where you will want to be from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday for the annual Four States Invitational Marching Contest.
Plans have been finalized for the Southwest Arkansas stops on November 12-13 for the world's largest steam locomotive, Union Pacific's Big Boy No. 4014.
Jimmy Lewis and 8 Second Ride, with The Cotton Pickers Bluegrass Band, will be the feature performers for the County Music Roundup Benefit for the South Arkansas Heritage Museum.
The El Dorado Film Festival steering committee has announced the full slate of selections for the 2019 festival, which begins on Thursday, October 10, and runs through Saturday, October 12, at the South Arkansas Arts Center.
“The Crimes of Grindenwald” will be featured at an outdoor showing at dusk on Saturday, October 5 in front of the Magnolia Arts Center, 116 S. Washington.
Members of the public are encouraged to vote in the “Art By Kids Christmas Card Contest,” sponsored by Southern Aluminum and conducted by the Magnolia Arts Center.
Charlie’s Angels Relay for Life team will sponsor the 20th Annual “Cruising for a Cure” Car & Motorcycle Show on Saturday, September 28 at Camden Fairview High School.
The South Arkansas Arts Center in El Dorado has announced auditions for a modern adaptation of "The Taming of the Shrew,” by William Shakespeare.
The world's largest steam locomotive, Union Pacific's Big Boy No. 4014, will embark on a third and final tour that will include Southwest Arkansas.
South Arkansas country music icon Johnny Cash will be featured in the premiere episode of Ken Burns’ new 16-hour documentary series, “Country Music.”
The El Dorado Film Festival has announced its first selection, the Arkansas premiere of "I Am Human," a science-based documentary that delves into the human brain and the potential that it holds.
The South Arkansas Symphony, in partnership with Arkansas Festival Ballet and the Murphy Arts District, will bring the holiday classic “The Nutcracker” to El Dorado.