Potluck & Poison Ivy: Jessica B. Harris

Part of the ACANSA Arts Festival. Ticketing will be available at www.acansa.org. Jessica B. Harris is an award-winning food historian and one of the world’s leading experts on African Diaspora cooking. She’s the author of the memoir, My Soul Looks Back (Simon & Schuster, 2017), a finalist for the PEN/Open Book Award, about her days…

Potluck & Poison Ivy: Capi Peck

Capi Peck is a Little Rock native who calls herself a “self-taught good cook” with deep culinary roots. Her love of great food, cooking and the hospitality business grew from her childhood experiences at her family’s establishment, the Sam Peck Hotel. Capi’s grandparents ran the well-known downtown spot that brought a cosmopolitan flair and grand…

Hognado!

The summer blockbuster will be The Main Thing’s first disaster comedy, about a super-sized storm system that cuts the Natural State a new one! See how Arkansans adapt and survive when a giant tornado swoops up the last remaining wild hogs in the Ozarks and hurls them at Little Rock at 180 miles per hour….

Potluck & Poison Ivy: Ken Waldman

Ken Waldman combines Appalachian-style string-band music, original poetry, and mostly Alaska-set storytelling for a performance uniquely his. Since 2000, Ken has had published nine full-length poetry collections, a memoir, and a kids’ book, and has released nine CDs that combine old-time Appalachian-style string-band music with original poetry. A full-time touring artist, he performs internationally in…

2019 music and storytelling events at The Joint

If you’ve never been, then one of your New Year resolutions should be to attend Potluck & Poison Ivy, the monthly dinner and live storytelling event at The Joint Theater & Coffeehouse in North Little Rock. The 2019 season features storytellers from all walks of life, from well-known locals and acclaimed international musicians. We HIGHLY…