Ozarks At Large

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On today's show, we talk to Megha Rao about what it means to dance before her performance in Bentonville tomorrow afternoon. Plus, Becca Martin Brown from the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette previews a December weekend, Roby Brock from Talk Business and Politics reviews the week’s news, and from Austin, Paige Renee Berry and Tyler Jordan give us a sampling of their brand of songwriting.

A proposed sales tax in Fort Smith could help the U.S. Marshals Museum complete construction. Roby Brock, from our partner Talk Business and Politics, gives us more details on that, on the success of the Walmart AMP in Rogers and more.

Megha P. Rao is a professional dancer and teacher in Bentonville. Tomorrow night, she'll give a performance, hosted by the Ra-Ve Cultural Foundation, that features interpretations of the nine emotions depicted in the arts.

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The $5.5 million renovation and expansion of the Rogers Historical Museum is complete. The project was one of the inaugural recipients of a grant from the Walton Family Foundation's NWA Design Excellence Program. Nearly a dozen projects have received this grant and the museum is the first recipient to complete its project.

'Best Christmas Pageant Ever' Returns to NWA

Dec 14, 2018

After spending years on stage at the Arts Center of the Ozarks, Becca Martin Brown, features editor at the NWA Democrat-Gazette, tells us how "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever" has found a new home at Arkansas Public Theatre in Rogers. It's on stage this weekend and next.

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