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Making Ripples

The Joy of Recently Hatched Skinks and Snakes

Northwest Arkansas is swimming in baby reptiles this time of year.


The Stand At Standing Rock

I’ve previously talked about the all-but-ignored demonstration taking place against the Dakota Access Pipeline.


Tri Cycle Farms to Host 5th Annual Pesto Fest

Fayetteville’s urban farm is setting up for its annual party where local food is celebrated, eaten and shared alongside live music and — best of all — the best homemade pesto is sampled and determined.


Fall Fashion Couture Looks

Every time the seasons change so do our moods and therefore so does all that encompasses our ability to express ourselves through art, fashion and the scene in which we live in.

Legacy Archive

Does the Democratic Party Have a Progressive Platform—and Does It Matter?

Although the Sanders forces didn’t obtain all they wanted in their negotiations with the Clinton campaign, they did secure an avant garde platform.

Legacy Archive

Objectivity In The Election Season

Donald Trump’s wobbliness with facts underlines America’s need for objectivity as a value ripe for renewal.


Chastity Belt’s 'Time to Go Home,' An Appreciation

I have a new crush, and they are the indie rockers of Chastity Belt.

Legacy Archive

Races about Race

Donald Trump just digs himself in deeper by the day.

Advice Advice Goddess

Aisle Always Love You

There’s being cuddly at the supermarket, and then there’s being cuddly in a way that says, “We usually do this with whipped cream.”

Advice Risa's Astrology

Mercury Retrograde, New Moon Solar Eclipse

Last Tuesday (August 30) Mercury began its three-week retrograde lasting till September 21, moving backwards from 29 degrees to 15 degrees Virgo.