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Making Ripples

Hope for Native Bats

A decade ago, the introduced fungus Psuedogymnoascus destructans (White-Nose Syndrome) began to severely reduce populations of native bats in Canada and the United States.

Advice Risa's Astrology

Summer Solstice, Sun Gods, Uriel & Father’s Day

Sunday is Summer Solstice (in the northern hemisphere/Winter Solstice in the southern hemisphere) and Father’s Day.


City Council Passes Civil Rights Protection Ordinance

Fayetteville voters will have the opportunity to vote on LGBTQ rights Sept. 8.

In The News

White House Initiative Visits Springdale to Focus on Marshallese Community

Arkansas Coalition of Marshallese, Cisneros Center, and Marshallese Educational Initiative partnered with The White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (WHIAAPI) to host a roundtable assessment of federal programs serving NWA’s Asian and Pacific Islanders population.


Q&A: Sara Evans

Sara Evans, a native of rural Missouri, released her debut album “Three Chords and the Truth” in 1997. Since then she’s been a staple of country music, putting out several platinum records and songs that became instant classics like “Suds in the Bucket.”

Cover Story

The Show Must Go On: Musician Organizes Impromptu Festival

Lance Carpenter received an email early Sunday morning, June 14, telling him that Thunder on the Mountain in Ozark, Ark., had been canceled.


New Play Festival Kicks Off

Consider yourself the artsy type? Well buckle up, because the next two weekends probably couldn’t handle any more events and performances than what’s already been planned.


The Ladies Of Litchfield Live Again

Last Thursday, the girls of Litchfield were released a little bit early (for good behavior).