Ozarks At Large

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Thursday, April 17, 2014
Ahead on this edition of Ozarks, Mexico's history is long, rich and often misunderstood. We talk with a historian who has written eleven books on the subject. Plus, a conversation with a gubernatorial candidate who cites his business background as sufficient experience to serve in higher office in the state. And, a preview of the inaugural Homegrown Festival, debuting next week in Siloam Springs


The Arkansas Lottery Commission approves video games like keno to be used in the state. The ACLU of Arkansas files suit against the state for its new voter ID law. And recently passed ordinances concerning urban agriculture and food trucks take effect today in Fayetteville.
“Love at First sight” by Kylie Minogue
Roby Brock talks with GOP gubernatorial hopeful Curtis Coleman as Talk Business Arkansas continues a series with 2014 candidates.






One of the country's most accomplished and most respected writers is coming to the Fayetteville Town Center Monday night.
"Baby Please Don't Go" by Them
That, and other performances, are happening in the area today.
American Native is one of several local vendors participating in the inaugural Homegrown Festival in Siloam Springs next week.






“Native Funk” by BurningSky
Becca Martin Brown has What’s Up with Easter events.
A new book expands the understanding of Mexico's indigenous people and their interactions with Europeans over the past several centuries.