Ozarks At Large A daily news magazine focusing on the people, places, and events of the Ozark Mountains in Arkansas and Missouri. Airing weekdays at noon and again at 7pm on KUAF 91.3 FM. Listen live online at http://www.kuaf.com.
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A daily news magazine focusing on the people, places, and events of the Ozark Mountains in Arkansas and Missouri. Airing weekdays at noon and again at 7pm on KUAF 91.3 FM. Listen live online at http://www.kuaf.com.More from Ozarks At Large »

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Ozarks at Large for Friday, October 20, 2017

On today's show, access to early childhood education can help working parents remain in the workforce, and we hear more on a new early childhood initiatives center on today's OAL. Plus, Michael Tilley from Talk Business and Politics examines the week's news, and our Militant Grammarian examines a few words. And, we'll advance into an autumn weekend with an all-star band in the Firmin-Garner Production Studio.

Ozarks at Large for Thursday, October 19, 2017

On today's show, we learn about a proposal for a communal shelter for people without homes in Fayetteville. Plus, in conjunction with the One Book, One Community initiative, the Latin/x Youth Theatre Project will host two performances this week. And Jennifer Lin explains the book that's taken her nearly a lifetime to write.

Ozarks at Large for Wednesday, October 18, 2017

On today's show an update on the Clean Line Energy Partners project, the history of beer in Arkansas, a new brewery in Fort Smith, a preview of live music this weekend and a conversation with Joe Ely before his show at Walton Arts center.

Ozarks at Large for Tuesday, October 17, 2017

On today's show, a conversation about considering our homes as we get older. Plus,we hear why a new design for homes is becoming familiar in our region. And, John Brummett tries to parse what's next for Arkansas' approach to health care.

Ozarks at Large for Monday, October 16, 2017

On today's show, making sure young people in detention centers in Arkansas have access to education. Plus, a playwright uses access to details about Nina Simone to create the world premiere play The Champion. And, we'll have access to a preview of the annual craft fairs approaching with Becca Martin Brown from the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

Ozarks at Large for Friday, October 13, 2017

On today's show, the group Sugar on the Floor joins us in the studio to talk about their love of music from different decades, and they sing a couple of selections for us. Also, Senator Tom Cotton talks to Roby Brock about a few items facing elected leaders in Washington in the last few months of 2017.

Ozarks at Large for Thursday, October 12, 2017

On today's show, we hear about recent roadblocks for DACA nursing students in Arkansas. Plus, we learn about a record-breaking year for water consumption in northwest Arkansas. And, in the latest edition of the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal Report, we hear how art may be great for business.

Ozarks at Large for Tuesday, October 10, 2017

On today's show, Canopy Northwest Arkansas celebrates its first year of relocating refugees to the region. Plus, we hear why the fate of general improvement funds in Arkansas remains uncertain after years of existence in the state. And you may go years without hearing the uncommon words our Militant Grammarian brings to the show this week.

Ozarks at Large for Monday, October 9, 2017

On today's show, we hear about a new shelter to help people living without permanent shelter in Fort Smith. Plus, grocers are responding to consumers' desires to know more about where their food is coming from. And we visit a new, veteran-owned coffee shop is open in Fayetteville with an unusual name: Doomsday.

Ozarks at Large for Friday, October 6, 2017

On today's show, The Momentary won't open for some time...but the director is here now, and we have a conversation about the new venue at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Plus, we discuss the timing challenges of matching live music with the demands of a film, and we hear music that spans decades but still gets dancers on the floor.

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