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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It's a Bird, It's a Plane...It's a Big Plane

1 hour ago

A big, older plane rumbles into northwest Arkansas this weekend. Becca Martin Brown, with the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, says you can look at it or even ride in it.

A Jazz Team

1 hour ago

The Jake Hertzog Trio comes to the Carver Center for Public Radio to talk about their trio, their music and the art of creating music.

Ozarks at Large for Thursday, September 21, 2017

23 hours ago

On today’s show, concerns and remedies about some images that roll into town during Bikes, Blues and BBQ. Plus, a new arts venture takes wing. And Route 358 goes into the studio for a brand new album.


Fayetteville artist Olivia Trimble says she was concerned about the images some visitors bring to town when they come out for the Bikes, Blues & BBQ rally because they can be divisive and do not represent the values embraced by the city, so she created her own images that residents can wear or put up at their homes. Tommy Sisemore, the executive director of Bikes, Blues & BBQ, also explains the rally's policy regarding offensive merchandise sold at official vendor lots.

A Thursday roundup: the state of Arkansas could lose billions of dollars under proposed health care legislation, Siloam Springs will help those losing jobs, and Arkansas Children's Hospital to get millions of dollars for research.