OAL Episodes

On today’s show, is nuclear power’s comeback complete? Arkansas Nuclear One has a 20-year extension. Plus the US Marshals Museum plans to open in Fort Smith in 916 days. Also, the evolution of the past couple of centuries of American legal ethics.

On today's program, we learn how the Center for Art and Education is laying plans to move to a new space in downtown Van Buren. Also, we learn how the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design is working with the School of Forest Resources at UA Monticello to source sustainable construction materials to promote forest growth.

On today’s show, northwest Arkansas and Fort Smith end up at different places on a new poll about well-being. Plus John Brummett from the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette remembers the late Jimmy Breslin, and a weekend voice on KUAF, Sean Hickey, explains why his voice is heard elsewhere, too.

On today's program, we learn what insects are good for a garden. Also, a look at bees: both how to get a surprise swarm of the bugs out of one's yard and a look at why bees are vanishing.

On this St. Patrick’s Day show, a design competition centered at the University of Arkansas could provide funds for a startup, and the Fayetteville Public Library receives news that will affect expansion plans. Also, Jake Hertzog brings his guitar, amp and a collection of pedals to the Firmin-Garner Performance Studio.

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