Ozarks At Large

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Ozarks at Large for Wednesday, July 18, 2018

19 hours ago

On today’s show, A new mixed-use development for neurodiverse adults is in the planning phase in northwest Arkansas. Plus, John Brummett tries to see the Helsinki press conference from a different angle. And, the Arkansas Brewers’ Guild this weekend will descend on the tiny town of Big Flat.

Fallout from Helsinki

19 hours ago
courtesy: Talk Business & Politics

John Brummett, political writer for the Arkansas Demcorat-Gazette discusses with Roby Brock from Talk Business and Politics this week's press conference involving President Trump and Russian President Putin.

courtesy: Spectrum Living Solutions

A new mixed-use neighborhood for neurodiverse adults is in the planning phase in northwest Arkansas. Spectrum Living Solutions was conceptualized three years ago by Ashton and Betts McCombs, who have a neurodiverse daughter on the autism spectrum. Project consultant Sandy Wright says the mixed-use district will feature housing, entertainment, recreation and businesses for neurodiverse residents and entrepreneurs.

Big Time in Big Flat

19 hours ago
courtesy: Arkansas Brewers Guild

This weekend, the Arkansas Brewers Guild will bring more than a dozen Arkansas craft beers to the tiny town of Big Flat. We learn more about the event and convince our guests to play the first-ever Ozarks at Large quiz...all about Big Flat.

From Modest Mouse to the return of Big Smith, there are many musical options during the next few days.

Thursday July 19

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