Author Archives: Nick Brothers

Wakarusa Announces Final Portion of 2015 Lineup

By Nick Brothers |
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The lineup for Wakarusa has finally become complete.

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By Amy Alkon |

When a man disappears on you after a great first date, it’s natural to search your mind for the most plausible explanation — that is, whichever one doesn’t shred your ego and feed it to your fish.

Serving in Aquarius – Sun, New Moon in Aquarius

By Risa D’Angeles |

While resting on the mountaintop of Capricorn the disciples, hearing the cries of humanity in need, knew they would return to Earth, to serve in Aquarius and save in Pisces (the last two signs). Tuesday, Sun enters Aquarius.

My God’s the Bomb

By Rachel Birdsell |
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The news has been filled with reports on the 17 people who were killed in terrorist attacks at the offices in Paris, at a kosher supermarket, and on a police officer.

Bullitt Center Certified As Living Building

By Elizabeth Armstrong |
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The Bullitt Center’s certification as a Living Building sets a precedence for more green initiatives.

This Pacific Northwest, six-story, 50,000-square-foot Bullitt Center emulates strict standards to be certified as a Living Building. The Center automatically monitors the inside and outside temperatures, wind dynamics, precipitation events, sunlight conditions, and inside carbon dioxide concentrations

Ecosystem in a Bottle

By Amanda Bancroft |
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A terrarium is like an aquarium for plants, usually within a glass or transparent container. Each contains its own mini ecosystem, loosely “sealed” with a cork or cover unless opened for maintenance.

A terrarium is like an aquarium for plants, usually within a glass or transparent container.

Fine Folk: Eureka Springs to Host Ozark Mountain Music Festival

By Nick Brothers |

The weekend of Jan. 22, the Ozark Mountain Music Festival will return to the hills of Eureka Springs, Ark., and try to bring with it the atmosphere — and attitude — of a summer music festival.

Improving Your Digestive Fire

By Ashleigh Price |

It’s important to consider the “behind the scenes,” or why the body is not able to properly digest. Lowering your intake of toxin-producing food and drink goes miles, but there are other factors to consider as well.

War Crimes ‘R’ U.S.

By Abel Tomlison |

For many of us, the policies of these rulers were far more alarming than a few non-state terrorists. Sure, non-state terrorists can blow up a few buildings and kill some people, but it pales compared to state terrorists with multimillion dollar warplanes bombing thousands of times more life and civilian property. Equally disturbing was the systematic assault of our cherished constitutional rights.

Shawn James to Headline Ozark Mountain Music Festival

By Nick Brothers |
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Shawn James and The Shapeshifters perform live at Fayetteville’s Last Saturday on New Years Eve 2014. The band is known for their “swampy blues” sound that’s raw and high-energy.

There’s a thunderous, primal live sound to Shawn James and The Shapeshifters.