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Risa's Astrology

New Moon, Days of Awe & Peace as Autumn Begins

We have multiple festivals this week. All festivals, from ancient religions to our spiritual practices today, are astrologically based. The heavens – Sun, Moon, stars & planets – are God’s

Making Ripples

Who Knew?

Rare stinging caterpillar is real AMANDA BANCROFT Making Ripples It was a beautiful day in the garden neighborhood, and the creatures who dwell there were posing for a photo shoot.

In The News

Beauty In Pieces

Artist brings mosaic work to life JANELLE JESSEN From a life-sized sculpture of a steer to earrings and jewelry, artist Amy Haid uses the color and brilliance of glass

Risa's Astrology

Mars Retrograde Asking “Whom Do We Serve?”

Mars begins its almost 10-week retrograde Wednesday, September 9th and will continue its retrograde movement (occurring during the election, November 3rd) until November 13th. It is a most momentous time

Advice Goddess

Joan of Arctic

I’m a 54-year-old woman, married for 21 years to a pretty decent guy. When our now-18-year-old son was little, my husband completely ignored Mother’s Day for maybe six years. Once,

Male Call

Off-the-rack vs. ready-made vs. custom-made

Q. I am starting a new job and it is a straight-laced company, suits daily and tuxedo for the company Christmas party (probably with black masks this year). I have


History Goes Live

Shiloh Museum once again open to visitors BECCA MARTIN-BROWN It was Sept. 7, 1968, that the first iteration of the Shiloh Museum opened in the old library at the

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The Real Wild West

Foley film the definitive story of ‘Hangin’ Judge’ BECCA MARTIN-BROWN Filmmaker Larry Foley admits that the story of “Indians, Outlaws, Marshals and the Hangin’ Judge” has largely been a


Freedom At Play

Screenwriter finds new passion at UA LARA JO HIGHTOWER For the past three years, the University of Arkansas has produced the ArkType New Play Festival at the end of