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Legacy Archive

Did the Vatican Just Throw Out Its Just War Doctrine?

Last week, the Vatican hosted a conference on the theme of “Nonviolence and Just Peace.”

Legacy Archive

On Earth Day, Commit To The Great Turning

As we commemorate Earth Day on April 22, we are called upon to recommit to protecting our planet to ensure that the human species and our fellow beings will have a long-term future.

Legacy Archive

The Panama Papers And The 1%

One of the many tools at the disposal of multinational corporations (MNCs) for maximizing profits and undermining state sovereignty is moving operations to low-tax countries.


Funding Our Nation’s Priorities

This week our nation funds our national priorities on tax day.

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What You Seethe Is What You Get

When the cops come to the door, it usually isn’t to say, “Your neighbors called and said they heard you loving each other really loudly.”

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Garden Project At Senior Center Starts

In an ongoing effort to end senior hunger in Arkansas, a food waste program implemented an on-site produce garden at the Fayetteville Senior Activity and Wellness Center Monday, April 18.

In The News

Buffalo River Group Calls For Creative Works

A Buffalo River Advocacy group is looking for poets, writers and photographers to submit their works for a competition to celebrate the river’s majesty.


Between a Rock and Adolescence: OPWC hosts FHS’s Connotations Launch

On Tuesday, April 26, the Ozarks Poets and Writers Collective will present as its program the staff of and contributors to the 32nd edition of Fayetteville High School’s award-winning literature and art journal, Connotations.


Jazz Society to Host Garden Concert Benefit

The gorgeous scenery of the Botanical Gardens of the Ozarks will soon be the backdrop to the lovely sounds of the annual Jazz In Bloom.