Leonard Bernstein's highly unconventional Mass was commissioned by Jacqueline Kennedy in memory of slain President Kennedy and was premiered in 1971 at the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts. Catch this "theatre piece for singers, players and dancers" in its entirety on Sunday's program coming up from 7:30 to 10 p.m. on KUAF.

Executive Director of the Bicycle Coalition of the Ozarks Paxton Roberts talks about some of the events coming up this month highlighting May as Bike Month. Events begin with today's "Bike to Baum" ride. Bike Fayetteville will host the event beginning at noon at the Dickson Street crossing of the Razorback Regional Greenway.

On this edition of Ozarks, a retired Deputy U.S. Marshal discusses his responsibilities in the aftermath of the Oklahoma City bombing. And, the Fayetteville Public Library will soon begin public conversation regarding its expansion.

It's hard to believe this weekend is a wrap for the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas's 2015-16 season. Featuring Poulenc's stunning 20th century "Gloria" and Tchaikovsky's fourth, this season ends with a bang, and as Music Director Paul Haas explains, there's a grand collaboration coming next year between the symphony and TheatreSquared. Listen to the entire interview here.

Education Commissioner Resolved in Decision

Apr 29, 2016

Education Commissioner Johnny Key is standing by his decision to bring in a new superintendent for the Little Rock School District.