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Making Ripples

Who Litters, and Why?

Keep America Beautiful’s 2009 report on Littering Behavior in America documented almost 10,000 randomly selected people at 350 locations across ten states in urban, rural and suburban settings.

Advice Risa's Astrology

To Change Something, (we) Build a New Model

The Sun enters Aquarius on Wednesday, January 20th. The energies shift and change in our unpredictable world.

Advice Advice Goddess

Mr. Throng

It isn’t exactly a shocker that the thing you want to be asking your boyfriend when he comes home is not “Hey, cuddlebug, how was your booty call?”


School Choice Matters for Arkansas’s Families

In many states, Arkansas included, lawmakers have taken action to provide a more diverse variety of school choices for families.

Cover Story

The Odder Daughter: Local Luthier Builds Instruments From Scraps

Walking into Kelsey Robins’ shop, you know you’re seeing something special.


Rape As Plot: Is It Taken Seriously?

There has been an ongoing discussion among pop culture about when it is or isn’t okay for rape to be used for the sake of a story. These discussions, however, are rife with odd double standards.

Legacy Archive

Comment Period Extended for River Assessment

Citizens concerned about pollution regarding the C&H Hog Farm near Big Creek in Mt. Judea, Ark., have a little more time to raise their concerns about the recent environmental assessment by two federal agencies of the facility.


Shawn James Shows His ‘Swampy, Bluesy’ Roots to Collective

Shawn James will take a solo bluesy turn Tuesday, Jan. 26, at Nightbird Books on Fayetteville’s Dickson Street, the month’s featured wordsmith of the Ozark Poets & Writers Collective.