Most movies scheduled for summer release are on hold. Accomplice, however, will be screening at the 112 Drive-In tonight. It's a film about mountain biking that producers are slowly rolling out across the country.
After a string of cancellations this summer due to the coronavirus outbreak, the Mount Sequoyah Center in Fayetteville has been offering 'staycation' packages. The special rates give locals a chance to have a vacation without the risk of traveling far from home.
Fayetteville's free, five-week esports season begins Aug. 20. Each week, teams of two will be scheduled for two matches and each match will be played in a best-two-of-three format. The season will wrap up with a single elimination tournament. Registration ends Aug. 14.
For the last decade, the United Way of Northwest Arkansas has been "filling the bus" with donations of school supplies ahead of the new school year, but, as with so many other events, they've had to adjust for new percautions during the pandemic.
Since the start of the pandemic, the Walton Arts Center has sat silent. Now, the venue has launched a Ghost Light Recovery Fund as it postpones large shows until 2021. A ghost light is part of a long-held theatrical tradition of leaving a single light burning whenever a theater is unoccupied to light the way for a safe return to the stage.