Ozarks At Large

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This locally produced news magazine has covered news, sports, politics, arts & culture and the quirky and unusual happenings in the Ozarks for more than two decades.

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The Allure of Neon

Aug 15, 2018
courtesy: Todd Sanders, Matt Rainwaters

Todd Sanders is an artist with a flair for neon. Many of his works can be found in Bentonville. On Aug. 23, he'll lead a downtown stroll of his art that begins with a reception at 7 p.m. at Arvest Bank on the Bentonville Square.

Ozarks at Large for Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Aug 14, 2018

On today’s show, new security measures are being implemented at Bentonville Schools this year, including ID badges and armed security officers. Plus, John Brummett discusses politics of the future. And, we hear about keeping earthworms on hand to turn household kitchen scraps into garden soil.

courtesy: Bentonville Schools

As high school students in Bentonville head back to class this week, they'll notice some changes to security including mandatory ID badges, armed security officers, and changes to fire evacuation procedures.

Politics Now and in the Future

Aug 14, 2018
courtesy: Talk Business & Politics

John Brummett, political writer with the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, examines the 2018 Arkansas race for governor. He also expresses his hopes for politics in the future. He talks to Roby Brock from our partner Talk Business and Politics.

Seven-String Jazz

Aug 14, 2018
courtesy: Northwest Arkansas Jazz Society

Ted Ludwig moved from New Orleans to Arkansas after Hurricane Katrina. He talks with Robert Ginsburg, host of KUAF's Shades of Jazz, about the move, his guitar and his own compositions. His trio will end the KUAF Summer Jazz Concert Series at Haxton Road Studios Friday night.

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