As the pandemic continues, artists and arts venues press on. Becca Martin-Brown, the features editor with the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, gives us the latest examples of socially-distanced arts and entertainment.
A free, online discussion tomorrow will focus on telling stories away from Hollywood and New York. The Arkansas Cinema Society is presenting the seminar featuring Jeff Nichols, writer and producer of films like Mud and Loving, and Emily Best, found and CEO of Seed & Spark.
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.
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.
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.
The Outdoor Refreshment Area pilot program permits patrons 21 years of age and older to carry and consume alcoholic beverages in designated cups, while wearing an official wristband on public sidewalks and participating properties within the Fayetteville's new entertainment district. The ORA is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day.