Nebraska-based rockabilly duo The Time Burners stops by to talk about their music and to play a few songs too. We also hear about a new walking tour that aims to reimagine the history of parts of downtown Fayetteville. And Dorothy Hall gives us her tips on how to use the latest community supported agriculture delivery from Dripping Springs Garden.

Bentonville Superintendent Leaving Early

May 27, 2016

Michael Poore will use vacation time to leave Bentonville early and start his Little Rock job in June.

Mascot Controversy Lingers in Fort Smith

May 27, 2016

Michael Tilley from Talk Business and Politics offers analysis on the continuing discussion over a high school mascot and the big jump in construction permits in northwest Arkansas.

UA System Grows Again

May 27, 2016

The University of Arkansas System Board of Trustees voted to add another two-year school into the system.

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Artist's Laboratory Theater is developing a walking tour that reimagines the history and legacy of downtown Arkansas. The theater company is having a test run of "Secret Life of Downtown Fayetteville" Sunday afternoon. 

MUSIC: "Chicken Quarter Dark" Yo Yo Ma, Edgar Meyer, Chris Thile

Rain or Shine, Here Comes Memorial Day

May 27, 2016

Becca Martin Brown, from the Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette, gives us plenty of ideas for a three-day weekend...but no guarantee on the forecast.

Ozarkansas Fresh #2: Mushrooms, Turnips and More

May 27, 2016
Dorothy Hall

Dorothy Hall, a professional chef, is offering us advice each Friday on how to use seasonal produce.  She opened this week's box from Dripping Springs Garden last night.

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Travis and Becky Koester may have been performing music together since the high school marching band, but now the couple plays music with a more countrified twist as The Time Burners. The Lincoln, Neb. duo recently stopped by the Carver Center for Public Radio to talk about their music and to play a few songs.

'Nats Downed, Eibner Up

May 27, 2016

The Naturals lost in Texas and former Natural (and former Razorback) Brett Eibner is in the big leagues.

We speak with Dr. Sheldon Riklon, a Marshallese doctor who will join the staff of UAMS Northwest later this year. Also, Roby Brock talks with John James about the rise of entrepreneurship in northwest Arkansas.

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