Friday, September 28, 2012

The Mike Beebe Gets Mad Edition

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Gov. Beebe bowing up over an Americans for Prosperity TV ad, a Fayetteville man punching an Iranian diplomat, the state Supreme Court clearing the way for the medical marijuana measure on the ballot, a new Broadway Bridge and the future of "The Great Passion Play" — all covered on this week's podcast. And Max endorses cheap eats possibilities, including this banh mi Michael Roberts wrote about on Eat Arkansas, and I plug the upcoming Arkansas Times Craft Beer Festival.

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