A daily news magazine highlighting the people, places and events of Northwest Arkansas and the Arkansas River Valley.
Allow Me To Introduce Myself
On today's show, a few introductions. Plus, the implications of the overturning of Roe v. Wade in Arkansas, the reopening of the Clinton House Museum, and much more.
An Abundance of Options on Friday
On today's show, Opera in the Ozarks is opening tonight. Plus, a new movie review, weekend plans, and much more.
West Memphis, the Economy, and Broadway
On today's show, the next step in one of Arkansas’ most infamous crimes and subsequent trial. Plus, watching A Chorus Line’s legacy from its Tony winning debut to the latest incarnation now at Walton Arts Center, and much more.
Vaccines, Travel, and Florence Price
On today's show, the youngest children are finally eligible for COVID-19 vaccines. Plus, the life and legacy of Florence Price, a new mural at the Fayetteville Public Library, and much more.
Trucks, Pollsters, and Direct Democracy
On today's show, Arkansas is trying to ease the truck driver shortage. Plus, the man who brought political polling to Arkansas, learning about direct democracy, and much more.
Celebrations Galore Across the Ozarks
On today's show, Juneteenth events, lavender festivals, and music are scattered across the region.
A taste of NWA when missing it!
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