Ozarks At Large

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This locally produced news magazine has covered news, sports, politics, arts & culture and the quirky and unusual happenings in the Ozarks for more than two decades.

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On this special edition of Weekend OAL, we hear more from this year's live Fayetteville Roots Festival edition of the program from the Fayetteville Public Library. We hear performances from Pokey LeFarge, John Moreland, John Fulbright, and we learn how to make a few drinks with PH Alchemy.

On this special Fayetteville Roots Festival edition of Ozarks at Large, we hear the first hour of our annual live broadcast from Fayetteville Public Library, which includes performances from JD McPherson, Martha Scanlan, The Steel Wheels, and much more.

  Ahead, we learn about the growing popularity of cricket as a sport in northwest Arkansas, and we learn about Mary Celesta Parler, a collection of whose work opens to the public tomorrow at the U of A's Mullins Library.

40 Year UA law professor Howard Brill was chosen this week by Governor Asa Hutchinson to serve out the remaining 16 months in Chief Justice Jim Hannah's 8 year term who resigned this month due to health problems. Brill will be sworn in Tuesday, and while he is taking a leave of absence to pursue the challenge, he will return to the UA in the spring of 2017 to do what he loves: teaching.

MUSIC: "Douler later" Zanzibar

The Building Beat Goes On

Aug 27, 2015

Michael Tilley from The City Wire says the building boom in northwest Arkansas grows again in July. There is also concern about some jobs related to suppliers in Benton County and a US Senate race may be developing.