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Arkansas Week April 21, 2017
(Lee) The first in a dozen years, perhaps hardly the last. (Deathwatch) Will the litigation, and the calendar, compel an alternative? (Feedback) Recess wasn't as rambunctious as the Arkansas delegation might have feared, but it was spirited. (Comeback) And just around the corner, their state-level counterparts prepare to reassemble.
Arkansas Week April 14, 2017
(4/17?) The lede, what we know, and don't know, about seven men and four nights. (Appeals) Long hours, lengthy briefs, weary lawyers a half-dozen judges, and a resolute governor. (Duals) Also tonight, are two county seats still one too many? (GOP) And the tension within the majority party, any impact here?
Feeding the Soul
This episode features the Fayetteville Roots Festival, which showcases what makes this region of the Ozarks unique. In addition to the festivities, it also supports locally sourced food and restaurants. Brooks enjoys the VIP kick-off party, helps judge in the great Chef Cook-off and does a cooking demo with fresh baby eggplants, squash, herbs and pears from the farmers market.
Arkansas Week April 7, 2017
(91st) The legislature recesses, the governor says he's happy, others less so. (FY18) Financing the government, some nervousness. (Appeals) Tension, in the courts, not to mention Death Row. ('Nuclear') And an option exercised, what now for the nation, for Arkansas?
Dream Land: Little Rock's West 9th Street
Little Rock, Arkansas's, West 9th Street was once a vibrant, African-American business and entertainment district. Taborian Hall is the only remaining historic structure on West 9th Street and stands as a living witness of the street's former glory days. This documentary seeks to recognize, memorialize and share this history. West 9th Street and the Dreamland Ballroom have patiently waited for their story to unfold so new audiences can connect to their historical past and unknown future.