American composer found inspiration from Beethoven's "Emperor Concerto" when he penned his 2nd piano concerto in the 1950s. Catch it in a performance from Yakov Kasman, piano, and the Pacific Symphony Orchestra conducted by Carl St. Clair in Friday's program.
Ahead on this edition of Ozarks, Michael Tilley from The City Wire discusses the week's news. Plus, a group of area residents is creating a deeper sense of community in Berryville, and the Beaver Lake Games next month will combine archery, photography, target shooting and more, but in a very safe way.
The Fort Smith Airport Commission recently approved contracting fire protection to an outside entity in order to be in compliance with Federal Aviation Administration guidelines and following the change in mission of the 188th Fighter Wing.
Despite being a developed country, the United States ranks 60th in the world when it comes to maternal mortality rates. The third-annual Rally to Improve Birth, which hopes to draw attention to labor education, will take place Monday at the corner of College and Dickson from 10 am to noon.
The Center for Business and Professional Development at the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith is awarded several hundred thousand dollars to provide workforce training for veterans and long-term unemployed residents of the Fort Smith area. Plus, the city of Fayetteville this week pushed back the groundbreaking date for the downtown parking deck project.