Broadway Joe Talk Show | October 03, 2019

October 03, 2019

– Guests: L. Scott Reinhardt, Assistant Special Agent in Charge and Maria Hoskins, Community Outreach Specialist and Diversity & Inclusion Coordinator at the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FB) | Little Rock’s FBI to show documentary “Chasing the Dragon” during Red Ribbon Week.  The movie will be shown to students at participating high school and college campuses to increase awareness on the opioid epidemic. The deadline to register your school or university is October 14th. Register at  The movie will be shown statewide, October 23rd. For more information, call 501-217-2639 or email [email protected]

– Guests: Beth Goodrich, Executive Director of the Arkansas Coalition Against Domestic Violence | October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. In the past 10 years, Arkansas has ranked an average of 9th nationally for domestic homicides per capita.  Arkansas Coalition Against Domestic Violence is an organization on a mission to eliminate domestic violence and promote healthy families.  The organization provides training in advocacy, law enforcement, dynamics of domestic violence, ethics, stress and burnout, volunteer training, hotline information and more. For more information, visit or call 1-800-799-7233(SAFE).

– Guests: Lori Burrows, President of the Board and Laura Stanley, Board Member of Historic Arkansas Museum | Historic Arkansas Museum Foundation Board of Directors hosts Candlelight Gala 2019 – “Becoming Arkansas: A Celebration of Arkansas’s Territorial Bicentennial,” Saturday, October 5th on the grounds of Historic Arkansas Museum, 200 East 3rd Street in Little Rock. The silent auction and full bar is from 6-7:30pm with the dinner, program and live auction beginning directly after. This fundraising event will have a live and silent auction, live music, dinner and more with Broadway Joe as the emcee.  proceeds go to the generation of Arkansas history lovers through free face-to-face, hands-on learning opportunities for school groups across the state.  For more information, call 501-324-9351 or visit