Registrations for Spring AIL, which began April 2nd, exceed 500 again this year. As usual, we offer a great mix of topics: Current Affairs, History, Architecture, Literature, the Arts and Music and more. Truly something for almost everyone. If you haven't attended, there's still six weeks remaining. For registration, you have the choice of enrolling online and paying via credit card OR mailing your hard-copy registration form to the LifeQuest office.
* Summer Term—July 9 through July 31
* Fall Term—Sept. 17 through Nov. 6
LifeQuest of Arkansas, a 501(c)3 charitable organization, is a place for older active adults of central Arkansas to enjoy life-long learning and giving back to the community.
Aquaculture in the U.S. has lagged because of opposition from environmentalists and people living on the coast. But entrepreneurs say they've found a way to produce fish on land with little pollution.
Asian carp are not just a problem for the Great Lakes region. Fish processors in Kentucky are finding novel ways to dispose of them — including sending them to China, where they are prized as food.
In the Oscar-nominated film The Wolf Of Wall Street, just about everything is over the top – including the side dishes. But it turns out, a memorable scene involving extravagantly priced sides isn't so far from the truth. These days, chefs are giving these former afterthoughts starring roles of their own – and they come with big price tags to match.
Congress on Thursday approved stopgap funding legislation that includes language explicitly granting the USDA authority to override a judge's ruling against genetically modified crops. Critics denounce the measure as the "Monsanto Protection Act." But it seems to be codifying powers the USDA already has exercised in the past.