Nope, still no hovercars. Guess we’ll have to celebrate 2020 the best way we know how — by enjoying all the good stuff our city has to offer.
Little Rock is turning a peculiar shade of emerald as the smash-hit musical “Wicked” takes the Robinson Center stage Jan. 1-19.
New year, new menu. Yes, you have your ride-or-die brunch spots, but in the interest of new beginnings, map out all the ones you’ve never tried and scope out some new favorites. Pro tip: If you haven’t tried Petit & Keet’s brunch yet, go now.
Each year the Arkansas Martin Luther King Jr. Commission hosts a day of community service, celebration and activities for the family. Make plans this year to join in and serve on MLK Day, Jan. 20.
If “cook more” makes an appearance on your resolution list every year (raises hand), get a nudge in the right direction from Eggshells Kitchen Co. The Heights store will kick off its 2020 cooking classes with everything from meal prep to tamale-making to a full Italian dinner.
The Simmons Bank Arena may have a new name, but it’s still bringing the shows you want to see. Take the kids to see “PJ Masks Live” on Jan. 16, have a girls night out with Miranda Lambert on Jan. 23 or split the difference with something for the whole family, the Harlem Globetrotters on Jan. 31.