As we commemorate Earth Day on April 22, we are called upon to recommit to protecting our planet to ensure that the human species and our fellow beings will have a long-term future.
One of the many tools at the disposal of multinational corporations (MNCs) for maximizing profits and undermining state sovereignty is moving operations to low-tax countries.
In an ongoing effort to end senior hunger in Arkansas, a food waste program implemented an on-site produce garden at the Fayetteville Senior Activity and Wellness Center Monday, April 18.
The beauty of recycling is plain to see, but with upcycled art, the beauty is taken to the next level.
On average, Arkansas women employed full time, year round are paid just 78 cents for every dollar paid to men — a yearly pay gap of $8,755.
Northwest Arkansas will soon be host to its first-ever performance art festival featuring 28 artists from as far as China and as close as Fayetteville. It’s also going to be completely free.
Here in America, we celebrate democracy by staying in touch with the lack of it.
It’s finally springtime in Northwest Arkansas, and that means it’s soon to be outdoor festival season. As soon as next weekend, in fact. The time-honored tradition of Springfest will return to Dickson Street on Saturday, April 16, with the popular pancake breakfast, bed races, a dog parade, a pub crawl, dozens of great local arts…
The organizers of On The Map Fest put on a hell of a good show.
On Friday, April 8, Art Amiss and The Idle Class magazine will host the second annual Black Apple Awards event to honor and celebrate Arkansas artists, musicians and creatives.