Vocal ensemble Voces8 take us on a journey to eventide with their new release of the same name. As the album explains eventide is the "magical space between day and night. Eight perfectly blended voices, embraced by etherial instruments, make music to beguile, inspire and sooth." Tune in to Friday's Of Note with Katy Henriksen for music from this new release.
Ahead on Ozarks, though many mom and pop grocery stores have been forced to close their doors in recent years, one regional grocer is growing exponentially. Plus, a community garden opens at a community bank, and a roundtable discussion with Arkansans who were involved with the Civil Rights Movement half a century ago.
The designs for three commemorative coins to benefit the U.S. Marshals Museum in Fort Smith have been approved by the U.S. Treasury. Plus, backers of an issue that would let voters choose whether to raise the state's minimum wage continue to gather signatures after the Arkansas Secretary of State's office deems too many signatures invalid.
Steve Inman with KATV in Little Rock and Talk Business and Politics speaks with Senator Linda Chesterfield and Sherman Tate about their roles in desegregating Hendrix College and the cafeteria at the State Capital.
A new entrance to John Mcdonnell Field will highlight the many accomplishments of the University of Arkansas’ Track and Field Program made complete with an eight foot tall statue of Coach Mac. The gate is projected to be complete in November.