Chewing the Fat with Rex & Paul features Rex Nelson, Senior Editor at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and writer of the food blog, Southern Fried, and Paul Austin, Executive Director of the Arkansas Humanities Council. Rex and Paul get together each week to talk about Arkansas food, festivals, and folks.
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Radio CALS was a weekly program from the Central Arkansas Library System airing on KABF 88.3 FM in Little Rock. The podcast featured music from our archives, content from our resources, such as the Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture, and information about what's happening in the library system.
The archive of this program may be found at radiocals.org.
These podcasts are presented by CALS' Community Outreach Department and the Butler Center for Arkansas Studies, a department of the Central Arkansas Library System.
The Central Arkansas Library System, with its headquarters at the Little Rock Main Library, serves a local population of 402,947 and is the largest public Arkansas library system. Its fourteen libraries are located in the City of Little Rock (Main Little Rock Library and eight branches), Pulaski County (Wrightsville, Jacksonville, Sherwood, and Maumelle, AR), and Perry County (Perryville, AR). The Central Arkansas Library System serves an additional state-wide population of nearly one million users through the Gateway Project. The system contains over 1,000,000 items and is the largest research collection in central Arkansas. In 2015, there were over 2 million visits to Central Arkansas Library System branches, and users checked out over 2.7 million items.
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