Pop-Up Zine: Little Rock Live music, stories, radio, conversations, and film all on South on Main stage

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A LIVE MAGAZINE, EH?

Yes! Think of it as, like, the eclecticism of a print magazine—reported narratives! interviews! photo essays!—but all that stuff has been brought to life onstage.

… SO, WHAT DOES THAT MEAN?

It means you’re in for a pretty amazing treat. Starting at 5:30 p.m., you’ll experience:

-A personal story of desegregation and the LRSD from writer Frederick McKindra
-A hilarious dispatch from the backroads of Arkansas by photographer Don House
-A radio profile of the nation’s only certified interpreter of Marshallese by KUAF’s Katy Henriksen
-A film about skateboarding, Paragould and heart, excerpted from filmmaker Mark Thiedeman’s “Kevin”
-A story of coming out and finding your community from writer Meosha Howard
-A fascinating conversation between True Detective writer Graham Gordy and Arkansas Times associate editor Rebekah Hall

4:30 p.m.: Music by Isaac Alexander
5:30 p.m.: Show time!
Tickets are $7 at the door, or RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pop-up-zine-little-rock-tickets-64543593626

BONUS: Themed snacks and drinks from South on Main!

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