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Pet Volunteers Build Confidence, Community Support

By Stephanie Conway One of the finest qualities we see in our pets is unconditional love, particularly with dogs. Dogs do not discriminate against people. It doesn’t matter if you


‘The Office’: The End Of An American Workplace

By Dane La Born It’s the end of an era for American television, as “The Office” closed its doors a few weeks ago after serving all our paper needs for

Advice Advice Goddess

Is There An Eco In Here?

By Amy Alkon I’m a pretty green gal. I ride my bike to work, grow vegetables, compost, use reusable bags, containers and cloths, only eat sustainable foods. You get the

Advice Risa's Astrology

Bringing Together All That Has Been Separated

Esoteric Astrology as news for week May 23-29, 2013 The New Group of World Servers has been holding in safeguarding the Wesak blessing (the Will-to-Good for humanity) since the last


Dirtfoot Visits Waka…Again!

By Caleb Hennington Gypsy Punk Country Grumble Boogie…That’s the only way the members of Shreveport, La.’s Dirtfoot can describe the sound of their band, a smorgasbord of musical sounds wrapped

Making Ripples

The “New Local”

By Amanda Bancroft People Making Ripples: John Remmers, of the Fayetteville-based Himalayan Village Fund, works on issues of education and water access. Their two projects include scholarships for Nepalese children

Legacy Archive

SWEPCO Project May Run Through Ozark Tourism

By Terrah Baker The proposed 48-mile Southwestern Electric Power Co. (SWEPCO) power-line to run next to Beaver Lake, through the Ozark mountains and to a new power station close to

Cover Story

To Snip or Not to Snip

By Tanya Giraldo A question that pet owners often ask themselves is whether or not to neuter or spay their pets. What if my pet isn’t of age? What if



By Robert Laurence … Or a reader who writes. Take your pick. Padma Viswanathan, who lives with her extended family in Fayetteville and who teaches at the University of Arkansas,


Another Fitch Glitch

By Rachel Birdsell If you’ve ever wandered into the dimly lit wasteland of Abercrombie & Fitch where mannequins are layered in 14 shirts with popped collars, and cologne is piped