After the tumult that kicked off our fifth season, our group of survivors deserves a moment of respite.
I’m fascinated that anyone in Fayetteville would suffer from gender madness. As a typical Fayettevillain (peace activist, musician, etc), imagine my surprise when I looked at the list of folks who would repeal our new anti-discrimination law (hogtownhaters.com), and found names of folks I love.
Evidently, only men are supposed to ask for raises. Women who do will only annoy their bosses and instead should simply have faith in the system and hope for good karma.Read More »
There was already a bustle forming outside the final Arkansas senate debate for Senator Mark Pryor and Representative Tom Cotton at the University of Arkansas Global Campus before it even started.Read More »
On Monday, Oct. 6, the Supreme Court denied review of five cases seeking the freedom to marry, leaving standing marriage victories in several federal circuits and opening the door to the freedom to marry in many more states, while deferring for another day the national resolution that Freedom to Marry, businesses, elected officials, and families across the country had urged now.Read More »
ARTS AND CRAFT FAIRS — today through Sunday at War Eagle Mill and in Bella Vista. WarEagleFair.com or BellaVistaFestival.com.
YONDER MOUNTAIN HARVEST FESTIVAL — today through Saturday on Mulberry Mountain in Ozark. With Trampled By Turtles, Split Lip Rayfield, Elephant Revival, Arkansauce, Andy Frasco, That 1 Guy, Dirtfoot, Mountain Sprout, Dirty Bourbon River Show, and more. $29-$135. YonderHarvestFestival.com.
VOICES FROM EUREKA’S SILENT CITY TOURS — every 20 minutes from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. today through Saturday, and Oct. 24-25 at the city cemetery on Arkansas 62 east of Eureka Springs. One hour walking tours. $5-$10. Benefits Eureka Springs Historical Museum. EurekaSpringsHistoricalMuseum.org or 253-9417.