Ozarks At Large

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

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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This week, we continue a Spring Break tradition with a listen to stories from our archive pertaining to the idea of family. On today's show, we hear about a website that allows people to search for old photographs of family members, and we also hear how kids were part of the family farming business at the Fayetteville Farmers Market. We'll learn more about the musical Bartell sisters from Eureka Springs, and we listen again to a performance by Finvarra's Wren.

This week, we continue a Spring Break tradition with a listen to stories from our archive pertaining to the idea of family. On today's show, we revisit the grand opening of The Jones Center for Families in Springdale. We also hear from Robert Cochrane about the musical Gilbert family, and we hear the late Lib Horn's suggestions for adding a pet to one's family. We also hear sound from TheatreSquared as they prepared for the world premiere of My Father's War, and we listen back to an in-studio performance by the band Witchsister.

This week, we continue a Spring Break tradition with a listen to stories from our archive pertaining to the idea of family. On today's show, we hear how the Gibson family has made baskets n the Ozarks for generations. We also hear how a family recipe resulted in Gunderpickles, and how Jed Clampit's family gospel singalongs helped influence his music. We also hear our conversation with Dick Smothers, one half of the sibling comedy duo the Smothers Brothers, and The Reeves Brothers perform for us inside the Firmin-Garner Performance Studio.

On today’s show, we'll how an art project in downtown Paris considers big ideas. Plus, a new school for media arts called PIXEL has opened in Rogers. And we hear about the challenge of picking a cover for a magazine issue devoted to art and fashion.

A new media arts school called PIXEL based in Rogers offers classes to youth and adults interested in graphic design, animation and video game development. The school, based at The Center for Nonprofits is directed by Hollywood digital animator David Kersey.  The Art School also facilitates NERDIES™ for kids, originated by Brad Harvey. 

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