Ozarks At Large

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On today's program, we visit Temple Shalom of Northwest Arkansas to hear how the congregation is coping with growing national anti-Semitic rhetoric and violence. We also learn how last week, Fayetteville clothing mainstay Cheap Thrills nearly closed its doors for good, but now has a new lease on life.

Federal, State Pot Laws Not Always in Sync

6 hours ago

Michael Tilley, from Talk Business and Politics, explains how TB&P's Roby Brock started a national conversation about conflicting marijuana laws.

MUSIC: "Telegram" Benjamin Monday

J. Froelich / KUAF

We visit Temple Shalom Northwest Arkansas in Fayetteville to hear how the congregation is coping with growing national anti-Semitic rhetoric and violence.

MUSIC: "Selfoss" GusGus

Z. Sitek / KUAF

Cheap Thrills, a beloved thrift store in downtown Fayetteville, had announced it was closing until two women stepped in to buy it and keep the little shop's legacy alive.

MUSIC: "Cheap Thrills" Vitamin String Quartet

Mardi Gras (and Mardi Gras-like) Events

7 hours ago

Becca Martin Brown from the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette says there are Mardi Gras parties and parades this weekend in Eureka Springs, Fayetteville and Fort Smith.

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