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High Strangeness

By Robert Laurence In 1963, in Kansas City at the age of 14, Geoffrey Oelsner knows — “senses” would be the wrong word — without being told that his grandmother


Making Ripples

Reducing Energy Usage With A Kill A Watt By Amanda Bancroft If you already turn off the lights in a room that no one is using, then you’re probably already


Are Prostitutes Getting Screwed?

By Rachel Birdsell The Polk County, Fla., Sheriff’s Department recently spent four days setting up a sting operation to nab people who were looking to pay or be paid for

Legacy Archive

Behind The Stacks

Dark Humorist To Teach Play Writing Workshop A tragic junior high butchering of “Our Town,” mercifully debuted in an era preceding viral videos, may have been the last play I

Family Friendly

Bringing Public Access Up To Date

  By Mason Carr The Fayetteville Television Center — the only public access channel in Arkansas — will celebrate its 20th anniversary with an open house celebration and introduction of

Advice Advice Goddess

Nobody To Co-Depend

We were at a dinner party when a woman who’s been single for at least a decade, still hadn’t left her house, called with a crisis about what she was

Advice Risa's Astrology

Waters of Life Poured Forth For Thirsty Humanity

Saturday is the first full moon solar festival of the New Year. The full moon is a timing mechanism. It informs us that on one side of the Earth is


Author Does What Most Won't, Records It

Staff Report Michael Crow said the most important thing about his writing is that his books are not about him, but what people can take from the things he’s seen