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PRICECREW ready for Big-Time

PRICECREW ready for Big-Time

PRICECREW is made up of four brothers from Jacksonville, Arkansas. Philip-24, Zachary-21, Jacob-15 and Caleb-14; Caleb was barely two years old at that first performance but he still knew the right way to move. The crew has been singing and dancing ever since. There is something special going on when four brothers from Arkansas can sing, dance and put on a show the way PRICECREW can.

Throughout the past few years the brothers have grown to understand it takes hard work and dedication to accomplish what their dreams hold. They have played countless venues and are always looking for ways to improve their act, as well as pushing themselves to make the best music they possibly can.

Over the years they have performed at the local festivals and venues, including Riverfest and Magic Springs' Summer Concert Series, gaining popularity throughout Central Arkansas.

Pulaski Tech to host Show and Shine

Pulaski Tech to host Show and Shine

LITTLE ROCK - Dozens of antique, classic and custom cars will be on display 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 23, during a Show & Shine at Pulaski Technical College Little Rock-South,  located at 13000 Interstate 30.

The event is free and open to the public.

Registration for car exhibitors takes place from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. and costs $10 per car. Prizes include dash plaques and trophies.

The day-long event also includes the fourth annual Arkansas Model Championship. Model car builders can compete in more than 30 categories, including aircraft, automotive, novice, military, spacecraft, dioramas, box stock and figures.

The first 75 children aged 6-13 will receive a free Revell model to make and take home. Children can also compete in the Kids Coloring contest.

The Mohawk District, which is part of the Quapaw Area Council Boys Scouts of America, will sponsor a District Pinewood Derby race for registered Cub Scouts in grades 1-5.

Wildwood Park debuts Emerging Artist Series May 7

Wildwood Park debuts Emerging Artist Series May 7

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Wildwood Park for the Arts welcomes Beebe native, Cody Belew and his band the Mercers for its first concert in the Emerging Artist Series on May 7, at 7 pm, in the Lucy Lockett Cabe Festival Theatre. Belew’s “Never Can Say Goodbye” concert is the singer’s final stop in Little Rock before moving to Nashville, Tenn. to continue his musical journey.

On any given weekend you can hear the soulful timbre of an amber-eyed country boy radiate through the Little Rock night. His shows exhibit the perfect fusion of southern rock, R&B, Americana, soul, gospel and country. Whether belting out a ballad atop two cocktail tables, or commanding a crowd’s full attention flanked by his band, the Mercers, Cody puts on a show unlike any other.

“They keep coming back!” said Belew. “It’s been almost four years since I played my first show in Little Rock and the fans keep on growing.

Got a passion for fashion? The Rep wants you

Got a passion for fashion? The Rep wants you

Arkansas Repertory Theatre will host Passion for Fashion -- drinks, snacks and a style show by Barbara Graves Intimate Fashions -- from 6-7:30 p.m. April 18. Tickets are $75.

New Movies: The Conspirator, Rio, Scream 4, Win Win, More

New Movies: The Conspirator, Rio, Scream 4, Win Win, More

New in theaters this week: Civil War drama The Conspirator, 3D animated comedy Rio, horror fest Scream 4, Paul Giamati in Win Win, and more.

ZoSo: Led Zeppelin Experience brings tribute to LR Saturday, April 16

ZoSo: Led Zeppelin Experience brings tribute to LR Saturday, April 16

One of the country's most highly acclaimed rock tribute bands, ZoSo the Led Zeppelin Experience, graces Little Rockers with their awesome stage presence and spot-on rock 'n' roll this Saturday, April 16 when they play Revolution Music Room in the River Market.

Four years after forming in California to almost instant critical applause, in 1999 ZoSo began touring nationally and hasn't stopped since — a remarkable 2,400-plus live performances later.

Zodiac brings WAKARUSA'S Interstellar Meltdown party to Little Rock

Zodiac brings WAKARUSA'S Interstellar Meltdown party to Little Rock

Revolution Music Room's Zodiac DJ dance party series hosts the Wakarusa DJ Classic on Friday, April 15, featuring six DJ acts competing for a chance to perform at Wakarusa's Interstellar Meltdown this summer.

Zodiac, The Aries Edition — with free admission for all those born under the Aries sign — is gonna be a party, y'all! Some of Central Arkansas' best electronica/dubstep/house DJs will be performing, including Ringo & Spencer Rx; Jake Martin and Jeremy Sayre; Wolf E Wolf & Jeff House; Haze & DJ Mysterium; Jeremy Rowlett & Chamelion; and Holmez, Digital Love N Germz.

The winner — according to turnout, performance and crowd response — will be a finalist to perform as part of Wakarusa 2011 Interstellar Meltdown, its lineup of late-night party sets that include STS9, Bassnectar, Thievery Corporation, Ghostland Observatory, Lotus, Eliot Lipp, SBTRKT and many more.