OAL Episodes

On today’s show, we hear how the Wilson Springs Preserve will soon open to the public, with an arts and nature festival, titled "Immerse." Plus, jazz is expanding at the University of Arkansas. And we talk with Alexander Ellis, a songwriter who is from the UK and traveling across the US playing music along the way.

On today’s show, we learn about a free app that provides instructions for administering the overdose-reversing drug naloxone. Plus, a new book chronicles a horrific crime in the Arkansas River Valley from forty years ago. And we preview one of the busiest weekends of live music of the year.

On today’s show, we hear about a locally-run social media account that is highlighting Black-owned businesses in northwest Arkansas. Plus, a look at awareness of the causes and complications of frailty as we age. And we hear how The Jackson Jennings 5 will release new music this weekend.

On today's show, we go inside The Source in Bentonville, the second medical marijuana dispensary to open in northwest Arkansas. Plus, we learn about a patent boot camp for women and minorities in STEM that will be held at the University of Arkansas. And this year, the finals of American Ninja Warrior will feature an Arkansan who’s passionate about recycling.

On today’s show, students at the University of Arkansas this fall semester will for the first time have the option to purchase digital textbooks -- at a major cost savings. Plus, Maeve Maddox writes the book on pronouns...literally, its called The Pronoun Book. And we hear how one artist makes sentences...and art...from candy wrappers and cereal boxes.