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Keagan and Chanin’s Stories - “Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies”

When cancer is diagnosed, it doesn’t affect just one person. It impacts entire families. Feisty, five-year-old Keagan Provost from Conway and his aunt Chanin Slisz share their stories about his fight against cancer — a difficult journey including five brain tumors, four craniotomies, 11 emergency brain surgeries and 145 radiation treatments. “Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies” premieres on AETN Monday, March 30, at 8 p.m. Read More

"PBS NewsHour Weekend" Feature – The Launch Pad

The Launch Pad, a new maker space in North Little Rock, is a public laboratory, where students, engineers, entrepreneurs and the general public can use tools like laser cutters and 3D printers to bring their ideas to life. Learn more about how the organization is making these and other expensive tools accessible to the people of Arkansas in a special "PBS NewsHour Weekend" feature. Read More

Learn about “The Miracle Bean” in March’s "Agri Arkansas"

The soybean, often called “The Miracle Bean” because of its many uses, takes center stage in the March episode of “Agri Arkansas.” Learn about the crop’s broad impact on The Natural State and how Arkansas has become the first state to grow edamame commercially on Sunday, March 29, at 1 p.m. Read More

Free “Last Days in Vietnam” Preview Screenings

During the chaotic final days of American involvement in the Vietnam War, what was to become of the South Vietnamese allies, co-workers and friends of U.S. nationals and diplomats as the Americans were evacuated? Learn how a handful of individuals risked their careers and possible court-martial by running unsanctioned operations in a desperate effort to save as many South Vietnamese as possible in Oscar-nominated “Last Days in Vietnam.” Free preview screenings will be held Fayetteville, Little Rock and Jacksonville. Read More

“Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!” visits Northwest Arkansas

Do you and your kiddos love that crazy Cat in the Hat? Join us and our friends from Mercy Northwest Arkansas to meet the star of “The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!” early this April in Rogers and Fort Smith. Read More

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AETN premieres new season of 'Paint With Kevin' April 4

Program features step-by-step landscape painting instruction

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New 'Agri Arkansas' episode premieres March 29 on AETN

'Miracle Bean' program examines soybeans' uses, commercial edamame growth

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AETN brings Curious George, Man with the Yellow Hat, Peg+Cat PBS KIDS characters to Museum of Discovery for spring break activities

Family fun days planned March 23-24

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