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Friday, September 7, 2012

The Depressing Return of the Podcast Edition

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A Little Rock police officer charged with manslaughter, political conventions, election fraud in Crittenden County, chicanery in the secretary of state’s office, the UAMS-St. Vincent merger talks and more—all covered this week on the podcast. Plus, Max endorses the latest Atlantic, especially Ta-Nehisi Coates' "Fear of a Black President." And I plug the Arkansas Times Festival of Ideas, the event we're hosting Saturday, Sept. 22 at venues throughout downtown, where around 20 of those we highlighted in this week Influential Arkansans issue will offer lectures and presentations. Sort of like a day of TED Talks. It's all free, but RSVP is required. You can do that here.

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