The Arkansas Traveler predicts that “Roma” will take home best picture, Glenn Close as best actress and “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” as the best animated feature this year at the Oscars.
“Kingdom Hearts III,” released Jan. 29, offers a satisfying, although sometimes confusing, conclusion to the series.
Former Northwest Arkansas resident Raj Suresh who got his start in Common Grounds is returning to Fayetteville on Feb. 14 to perform at George’s Majestic Lounge.
Casey Donahew performed at George’s Majestic Lounge on Jan. 31, performing over 15 songs about the love and life of a cowboy.
People of Northwest Arkansas attend the fourth annual Frost Fest Feb. 2, hosted by Fossil Cove Brewing Company. Over 40 breweries from various states handed out samples of their different beers.
From Frost Fest to the 2019 Women’s March, the first weekend of February has plenty for Fayetteville residents and students to enjoy.
The past year was a milestone of innovation for the film industry in terms of craft, representation, genre-mixing, streaming content and family entertainment. Movies in general are an iconic visual expression of imagination, emotion and empathy. When successful, they provide audiences with a…
Casey Donahew, a country singer-songwriter whose album “Moving On” reached top 30 of Billboard’s Top Country Albums will perform at George’s Majestic Lounge on Jan. 31
Stage 18, a local music venue, announced plans to close its doors in a Facebook post two days after its second anniversary.
Broadway actress Liz Callaway pulls in audience members for a deeply moving theatrical experience that tackles depression and suicide with grace and humor.
The world presented in “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” builds upon the class comic books, lending a vivid yet unconventional take on the superhero genre.
Cake decorating, the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas and musicals are just a few events available over the winter break.
If you’re on the hunt for some Christmas cheer this weekend, the Traveler has you covered.
The current horror renaissance Hollywood is experiencing, propped up by filmmakers looking to prove that the genre can extend beyond its worn tropes and delve into the more highbrow realms of other dramas, was largely ushered in by James Wan’s 2013 old-fashioned ghost story, “The Conjuring.”…
Here to help round out the summer movie season is a surprising contender: “Crazy Rich Asians,” directed by Jon M. Chu (the director of a not-so-promising catalogue of box office duds including “Now You See Me 2,” “G.I. Joe: Retaliation,” and “Jem and the Holograms”), brings the story of a p…
An orange cat named Clementine strolls between the legs of music lovers at Cat’s Cradle, a converted two-car garage turned music venue. The aroma of home cooking for visiting bands mingles with the smell of sweat from concertgoers cooling off in the backyard.
It’s no secret that Hollywood tends to be risk-shy when it comes to greenlighting content and selecting talent to helm it. If there’s an established, marginally functioning formula, you bet executives are going to stick with it to the bitter end (who’s up for a dozen more Transformers movies…
The rich aroma of smoked meat met with summer heat readied guests to indulge in local cuisine and chilled cocktails Saturday at Roots Food and Spirits, a single-day culinary event hosted by Fayetteville Roots Festival that took place Aug. 22-26.
Summer is a crucial period for studios looking to make waves at the box office. The ripe months stretching from May to early August represent the prolific arrival of the biggest (and sometimes best) blockbusters in Hollywood’s arsenal.
In various undisclosed locations around Northwest Arkansas, one UA student found himself at the heart of a thriller full of grit, mystery and cold hard crime as an extra and production assistant.