sunday, 24 

sunday, 24

If you haven ft seen the exhibit gChoosing to Participate h at the new Central Library, presented by Facing History and Ourselves, by all means do so and check out its local component, gThe Hero Next Door: Community Stories. h Today would be a good day, because next door at East High School there fs a talk by Elizabeth Eckford, one of the nine African-American students who integrated Little Rock fs Central High School in the 1950s. Today fs Youth Villages Soup Sunday at The Pyramid, one of the most popular fund-raisers of the year, features local restaurants serving up their favorite soups and special recipes. Calvin Newborn & The Newborn Trauma Center are playing at Huey fs Downtown this afternoon, followed by those rockabilly madmen The Dempseys. The MudflapsThe Susan Marshall Band is at the Blue Monkey.

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