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Cultivating Sustainability: Organization to Build Edible Art Park

In the rolling hills of Northwest Arkansas, there’s more than 100 acres of farmland nestled near Dead Horse mountain in southeast Fayetteville.

Advice Risa's Astrology

The Thoughtform of Solution

Our last week of Leo before Sun enters Virgo (next Friday/Saturday). The planets this week make complex patterns and relationships (vibrational cadences and rhythms) with the outer planets, mainly Neptune – the planet that veils, obscures, protects and finally refines us. Neptune offers us entrance into a deeply spiritual sense of comfort and solace.

Making Ripples

DIY Kitchen Composter

To save money, you can build your own kitchen composter that fits under the kitchen counter!

Advice Advice Goddess

I'm With Stupor

No wife, no job, probably no car, and no house — it’s like there’s a country song sleeping on your couch.


The Day I Renounced Feminism

Women’s rights, men’s rights, who’s right?

Legacy Archive

Civil Rights Bill Meets Opposition

The Fayetteville City Council met last Tuesday to discuss a bill that would bring about true enforcement of civil rights in Fayetteville.


City Officials Welcome Whole Foods

At the groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday morning for the Whole Foods Market to be located at 3425 N. College Avenue in Fayetteville, Ark., city officials spoke of how excited they were


I Can't Find the Punchline

Outside the typical Monday woes, this past Monday brought along with it some extremely troubling news. Robin Williams, actor, comedian, legend, and icon, killed himself in his home. He was 63.


Tap Roots, Feeder Roots and Tree Canopies

What do Lucinda Williams, bread from Durham, and your grandpa have in common?

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10 Easy Ways to Incorporate Sustainability Into Your Lifestyle

“Being sustainable doesn’t mean sacrifice,” said Steve Boss, director of sustainability academic programs at the University of Arkansas. “It just means being being more aware of what you’re wasting and being smarter about it.”