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Why Is There So Little Popular Protest Against Today’s Threats Of Nuclear War?

In recent weeks, the people of the world have been treated to yet another display of the kind of nuclear insanity that has broken out periodically ever since 1945 and


We just paid our taxes — are they making the U.S. and the world safer?

While we don’t know how much President Donald Trump paid in taxes this year, or even if he paid any at all, most of the rest of us just filed


The Shape-Shifter: Making Sense of Trump Foreign Policy

People in the media are having difficulty in figuring out where Donald Trump’s administration stands on foreign policy issues.

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Swarm Fuzzies

Ideally, “I’ve never felt this way before!” reflects something a little more romantic than longing to tunnel out of your relationship with a sharpened spoon.

Advice Risa's Astrology

New Moon, Beltane, Mercury Direct

The week begins with the Taurus new moon. At new moon times the New Group of World Servers supports the endeavors of the women and men of Goodwill everywhere.

Making Ripples

Mt. Kessler Opens Newest Attraction

People of all ages and ability levels can now have fun learning at the (relatively) new Kessler Mountain Outdoor Classroom and Nature Center in the old Smokehouse building off of Hwy 62/MLK Blvd.


Tri Cycle Farms to Host 2nd Annual Crawfish Boil

North Fayetteville’s urban farm will be hosting a all-you-can-eat crawfish boil to benefit its mission to increase area food security.


The Switch Chronicles Pt. II: The Conclusion

A few weeks ago, I told the tale of my perilous and epic journey in search of the latest Nintendo console, The Switch. They are notoriously difficult to get a hold of due to their high demand. Today I am happy to report a resounding success. The Nintendo Switch now sits comfortably atop my Xbox One.

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The Refugee Experience: UA Student Organization Hosts Mock Refugee Camp

I was one of the 2.7 million refugees fleeing Afghanistan at the University of Arkansas Students for Refugees mock refugee camp Saturday.


Fayetteville High School Students Bringing Their Lit Mag To Night Bird

Members from Connotations, a student-produced lit mag out of Fayetteville High School, will take the podium Tuesday, April 25, at Nightbird Books, for a round of readings.