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Art Promoting Nonprofit Begins Apparel Line

  Art Amiss Inc. is the local non-profit that has been a part of Fayetteville for almost 10 years, working to provide opportunities for artists living in Northwest Arkansas through


Princess Series Highlights Lives Of Slave Women

Fourteen Generations Of Women Guard And Preserve Ancient Culture By Barbara Frank Three novels about the women of one slave family begin with a kidnapping in Africa in the early


Finally…Good Compilations Of Arkansas Music

Art Amiss Music Director Works To Compile Sampling of Arkansas Musicians By Terrah Baker It’s hard to find a good mix of local music, bred and generated from Arkansas. It

Making Ripples

Water Independence: Catchment Systems

By Amanda Bancroft Water catchment, or rainwater harvesting, is not just for the vegetables. It’s also for drinking, cooking, cleaning, watering farm animals and even preventing urinary tract infections in

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When Bald Things Happen To Good People

“Shaving your head … projects confidence, suggesting that you’re comfortable enough with your face and yourself to put them out there unadorned.” By Amy Alkon I’m a decent-looking guy with


Hey, Hey Paula

By Rachel Birdsell Oh, Paula Deen. Bless your buttery little heart. You are getting dropped faster than a hot, flaky biscuit. The Food Network doesn’t want you, nor does Wal-Mart,


The Airplanes: The DIY'ers Of Music

“… The lo-fi pop sound of The Airplanes fits in perfectly with the image of a bright, sunny day on a West Coast beach, ice cold glass bottle Cherry Coke

Advice Risa's Astrology

Let Isolation Be the Rule – Cancer New Moon

  Esoteric Astrology as news for week July 4-10, 2013 Thursday is the 237th birthday of the United States formed (Declaration of Independence) under the liberating sign of Cancer (Ray


Crossing ‘The Pond’ with Colum McCann

If you read and liked Colum McCann’s Let the Great World Spin then settle back for another treat. Transatlantic: A Novel has hit the new book shelf. World War I


Supreme Court Justices Rule In Favor Of Equality, “Decency”

Staff Report Celebrations are taking place around the country in response to the historic Supreme Court decision made June 26, striking down the Defense of Marriage Act and marking it