Many of us love the high-tech gadgets we get at Christmas. Not surprisingly, charity has become high-tech, too. Using science, we now have the ability to know how to save the greatest number of people with any given donation, whether that’s six dollars or one hundred dollars
Sunday, Dec. 14, marks the Audubon Society’s 115th annual Christmas Bird Count (CBC), the world’s longest-running citizen science survey.
The new Center Street Mercantile, which opened Sept. 23, offers locally made goods of astounding variety, from fuzzy “Bumble” hats (Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer) to brooms shaped like the Nimbus 2000 (Harry Potter), there is something for everyone.
The City of Fayetteville contains one of the best-kept secrets (besides Mt. Kessler) for hiking within city limits.
Plastic has been a familiar friend around the house and a terrible terror around the globe, creating a more convenient lifestyle for many people and a big problem for the environment and people alike. Yet the future of plastic may be more moldable than we once thought. From plastic-eating microbes to new forms of oxo-biodegradable…
Climate change, like a boarder who didn’t make a reservation ahead of time and has a tendency to dampen the mood, will now have a place at our breakfast table.
If you love pumpkins but are tired of the “usual” pumpkin activities that accompany autumn like flocks of honking geese, here are some untraditional things to do with a pumpkin!
Taste buds do not have more rights than humans do, but a global perspective on world economics portrays a different story.
It’s officially autumn! For a quick and easy fun fall craft that even smaller children can do, try leaf splatter paintings.
There are at least fifty species of deer found throughout the world, including elk, caribou, and our familiar white-tailed deer.