Here is the latest Conway Scene Weekly for April 29, 2021. Have a great week!
I learned to play the guitar while watching my grandpa. Well, if you want to call it learning to play.
He got me one of those Mel Bay guitar books. It had chords and such. The rest was playing by ear and knowing how to do a little rhythm.
I gave up learning to play the guitar a long time ago, but I still have a fascination with those who can play. I have learned to love live music in the past few years.
One of those musicians is Lane Long. A product of folk roots in Mount View, Lane has carved out a place in the Conway area playing music.
Every time I see him, he is always smiling. I love listening to him or his band City Boyz.
This week, we bring you a music profile of Lane Long.
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Conway Institute of Music – Since 2009, we have helped thousands of students begin and continue on their musical journey. We are the largest school of music in Conway, offering private lessons in all popular instruments, as well as voice.
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The Turtle and the Fox Marketplace
We buy liquidation pallets and then resale. The majority of our items are brand new. We have items ranging from bedding, toys, housewares, and some clothes. We list several items at a time on our Facebook page but currently have an inventory of close to 200 items. If you don’t see what you are looking for just ask and we will see if we have it.
Omelets with the Toad Master is back at the Brick Room on May 2, 2021 from 8-11 am! The event will include omelets prepared by local celebrity chefs, appearances by the Toad Master, and specialty coffee drinks sponsored by T.H.I.N.K. Coffee! Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children, and to go omelets are available. Tickets and t-shirts are available at milestonesconway.org/donate-2/. COVID-19 precautions will be in place, including social distancing between groups and required face coverings for all guests…
The WMA is pleased to screen Daughters of the Dust as accompaniment to the No Man’s Land: A Feminist Reimagining. The 1991 film highlights the exhibition’s themes of ambiguity, contradiction, and simultaneity as central features of women’s embodied existence, more specifically, Black women’s existence. With its powerful portrayal of the close-knit, multi-generational community of Gullah women on an island off the coast of South Carolina, the film explores notions of old and new Black femininity. Directed by Julie Dash, it…
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Todd is a copywriter, content strategist, digital marketer and the Publisher for Conway Scene. He enjoys coffee from the local coffee shops, learning the stories of new friends, pro wrestling, and dirt track racing.