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Ozarks at Large
Weekdays at noon and 7 p.m. and Sundays at 9 a.m. on 91.3 FM

A daily news magazine highlighting the people, places and events of Northwest Arkansas and the Arkansas River Valley.

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  • On today's show, taking a close look at FORMAT Festival's location change and artists lineup. Plus, the Central Arkansas Library System's Six Bridges Book Festival returns.
  • On today's show, a new program across Arkansas to help reduce opioid overdoses. Also, The Black Legacy Project musically celebrates Black history. Plus, Northwest Arkansas brewers support nonprofits through "Ale-Truism."
  • On today's show, the University of Arkansas — Fort Smith bucks a recent trend of childcare center closures. Plus, exploring engineering wonders of the ancient world. Also, discussing a Fayetteville-centered bucket list.
  • On today's show, taking a look at public transportation's current situation and future in the region. Plus, an Arkansas true crime story from the Pryor Center. Also, Little Rock Public Radio explores how last week's special legislative session affected FOIA laws in the state.
  • On today's show, Annie Leibovitz offers a tour of her work, Michael Tilley, executive editor of Talk Business & Politics, talks changes to Arkansas' Freedom of Information Act and more.
  • On today's show, residents of Tontitown are worried about the number of fires inside NWA's main landfill. Also, a trip through Ozark history at historic Cane Hill.
  • On today's show, local rock-climbing stakeholder Dennis Nelms brings the sport to the forefront of outdoor recreation. Plus, an excerpt from the BeLOVEd Community podcast. Also, Candy Lee discusses performing music for young audiences.
  • On today's show, examining how Arkansans vote in modern elections. Plus, Rogers teacher and novelist Jeff Ayers discusses the writing process behind his new book "Skate the Seeker". Also, Carnatic music with Vittal Ramamurthy.
  • On today's show, Mobley discusses his music and his high-energy shows. Also, Sun Son kicks off the Arkansas Tiny Desk Concert series. Plus, Michael Tilley of Talk Business and Politics reviews this week's news.
  • On today's show, Fort Smith embraces its growing arts and culture scene. Plus, a Sound Perimeter focusing lullabies. Also, Dr. Joe Thompson talks the changing healthcare landscape.