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Fifty Years On: MLK’s Giant Triplets Still Plague Us, Including Militarism

Fifty years ago, a year to the day before he was murdered, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. called us to overcome the giant triplets plaguing our society – racism, militarism and extreme materialism – in his ‘Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break the Silence’ address at Riverside Church in Manhattan.


Arkansas Mass Executions And Christian Nonviolence

Arkansas is set for a mass execution of eight people within a 10 day period, starting April 17.

Making Ripples

Natural Egg Dye And Easter Tips

Spring is here, and signs of new life are everywhere. Farms are abundant with baby pigs, calves, chicks and ponies.


Making Sense Of Trump’s Syria Strike

You know that old idiom about how a broken clock is still right twice a day? That’s about how I’ve been feeling regarding Trump’s retaliatory air strike on Assad forces in Syria.

Cover Story

Buffalo River Among Most Endangered Rivers, Report Finds

A national report ranked the Buffalo National River in northern Arkansas among America’s most endangered rivers Tuesday, citing concerns about a nearby large hog operation’s waste polluting the river.


Performance Series to Present Live Score of ‘Metropolis’

If you’re in the market for something unique to do Easter weekend, there’s going to be a live improvised scoring of a classic silent sci-fi film at Artist’s Laboratory Theatre.