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After months of speculation, gossip, rumors, and various other manners of conveying information that may or may not be true, Bruce Jenner announced that he is transitioning into a woman.

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India’s Shame, and the World’s

By Mel Gurtov A democracy is supposed to have the advantage of affording people of any social class, gender, or religious or ethnic group the opportunity to advance. In contrast

Making Ripples

DIY Pocky Snack

If you love munching on Pocky (a popular snack that originated in Japan) but wish it was a healthier, sustainable snack option, look no further – there are convenient ways

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Wesak (Water) Taurus Solar Festival, Buddha Blesses the Earth

A most important celebration occurs Sunday, May 3, – the Wesak Taurus Buddha Solar Festival/full moon. At the moment of the full moon the Buddha’s presence enters the Earth plane

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Rain Garden Academy at Hobbs

A workshop designed to assist landowners and land managers with financial assistance and knowledge for installing rain gardens on properties in the Beaver Lake Watershed will take place May 2.

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Is Chivalry Dead?

All The Single M’ladies I read your manners book and loved it. I just feel that for most men, chivalry is dead. Maybe feminism killed it, and maybe men have

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Razorback Greenway dediction set

The long-awaited Razorback Greenway, a bike/pedestrian trail connecting Fayetteville to Bella Vista and the cities in between will be dedicated Saturday. A day-long cycle of events has been scheduled. •


Fayetteville Free Zone Welcomes Author Rivera Sun

Rivera Sun, author of “The Dandelion Insurrection,” a powerful novel on nonviolent change — has chosen Fayetteville as one of more than 40 cities she will visit in a national

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NWA Democratic Black Caucus Announces Minority Educators Banquet

The Northwest Arkansas Democratic Black Caucus’ 2015 Lifetime Achievement award recipients have been announced. Recipients will be honored at the third annual NWA Minority Educators Banquet at 6:30 p.m. Saturday,


Walton Arts Center unveils sixth annual Artosphere Festival

A giant lineup featuring family events, movement, visual arts and music performances makes up this year’s Artosphere Festival. Artosphere runs Tuesday, June 16, through Saturday, June 27, throughout Northwest Arkansas.