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--Ozarks at Large Food Podcast
1:03 pm
Tue August 4, 2015

Ep 5: Staycation

The kids are heading back to school and we’re clinging onto the last scraps of summer by our fingernails. So join the Ozarks at Large Food Podcast for a final summer fling. We’ll take a trip to an exotic foreign land - via a gas station in Springdale. We’ll cool off with a locally made, all natural frozen fruit pop. And we’ll sip some refreshing hard apple cider at Northwest Arkansas’ newest cidery.

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-Ozarks at Large Episodes
12:37 pm
Tue August 4, 2015

Ozarks at Large for Tuesday, August 4, 2015

On this edition of Ozarks at Large, making improvements to veteran care, your health and debate performance. Plus, the University of Arkansas makes The Princeton Review's list of 380 Best Colleges for the 15th consecutive year. 

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-Ozarks at Large Stories
12:32 pm
Tue August 4, 2015

Brummett Takes it Easy on Sarah Huckabee Sanders

Columnist and Talk Business and Politics contributor John Brummett talks with Sarah Huckabee Sanders, campaign manager and daughter of 2016 Presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee. They discuss his now famous metaphors.

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-Ozarks at Large Stories
12:31 pm
Tue August 4, 2015

Patient Centered Care Leads VHSO Discussion

Credit Jacqueline Froelich

Yesterday, the Veterans Health Care System of the Ozarks hosted a media round table. Conversations surrounded a patient centered model of care introduce last year, care facilitated through telecommunications, and an expansion to the Fayetteville National Cemetery.

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-Ozarks at Large Stories
12:29 pm
Tue August 4, 2015

Colleges Develop, Start and Delay New Programs

The University of Arkansas is developing a new research center using $20 million in National Science Foundation money and collaboration with other Arkansas universities and industries. Northwest Arkansas Community College delays the start of its new Occupational and Life Skills program for cognitively disabled students. Arkansas Tech University in Ozark receives accreditation for its new Associate of Applied Science in Logistics Management program. The University of Arkansas-Fort Smith explores the feasibility of establishing an instructional program in beer brewing.

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-Ozarks at Large Stories
12:28 pm
Tue August 4, 2015

Laughter May be Best Campaign Medicine

When presidential candidates hit the debate stage, creating a bit of laughter may help them. Patrick Stewart, associate professor of political science at the University of Arkansas, has studied the role of humor and applause in debates.

MUSIC: "Cherry Wine" Hozier

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-Ozarks at Large Stories
12:13 pm
Tue August 4, 2015

Arkansas' Only Legal Grass Dealer

Credit Christina Karnatz

Wheatgrass, that is. Wheatgrass Express in Springdale celebrates its first anniversary this week. The urban farm specializes in wheatgrass, pea shoots, and sunflower shoots, in addition to specialty products on a per order basis. Harvesting and delivering every day.

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-KUAF Music and Culture
10:59 am
Tue August 4, 2015

Of Note for Tuesday, August 4, 2015: Dohnanyi's Experimental Romanticism

Ernst von Dohnanyi may be considered the greatest Hungarian composer to follow Franz Liszt, but his style was all his own including the highly Romantic yet experimental String Quartet No. 3 in A minor, op. 33. Catch a performance from the Audubon Quartet in Tuesday's program.

The Extension's Water Connections
9:12 am
Tue August 4, 2015

The Extension's Water Connections for August 4, 2015

Ozark Cavefish.

Today's Extension's Water Connections features County Agent Colin Massey speaking with Delia Haak - Executive Director of the Illinois River Watershed Partnership - about Cave Springs, the area's Karst system, and the the Watershed's new Sanctuary and Learning Center.

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-Ozarks at Large Episodes
1:12 pm
Mon August 3, 2015

Ozarks at Large for Monday, August 3, 2015

Ahead on this edition of Ozarks, an effort to combat Harrison's negative reputation through social media. Plus, the U of A uses a new system to connect student volunteers with local organizations, and more.

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