If you were looking to rock out tonight, you’re out of luck, buddy. Unless you know of something we don’t, there isn’t a single rock show scheduled in town for tonight. Or hip hop. Or metal. Or jazz, country, folk, etc. Not even any sweet, sweet grunge. (what?)
That’s not to say there isn’t anything going on in Fayetteville tonight, but the music pickins are slim at best.
If you like space, head over to the UA campus for a public lecture entitled “Seasons in the Frigid Regions of the Solar System.” It’s free and it’s at 7pm in the Old Museum Building, just north of the student union.
Not a space junkie? Fine, then consider the UA Communication Department’s rhetorical context surrounding the fall of the Berlin Wall at 4 pm in Kimpel Hall room 105. It’s being given by Dr. Lisa Corrigan and will include an examination lecutre of the public discourse of Ronald Reagan followed by a Q&A session.
As for music, Darren Ray is usually at Pesto Cafe on Monday nights and back at the UA, there’s a Tuba/Euphonium Recital in the Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall at 7:30 pm.
What did we leave out? Please, tell us.
- UA Space Center Theater: Arkansas Public Lectures in Space and Planetary Science’s “Seasons in the Frigid Regions of the Solar System” Old Museum Building, Room 201, 7 pm
- UA Kimpel Hall: The Rhetorical Context Surrounding the Fall of the Wall: The Public Discourse of Ronald Reagan Room 105, 4 pm
- Pesto Cafe: Darren Ray
- Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall: Benjamin Pierce Tuba/Euphonium Recital 7:30 pm
- The Perk: Acoustic Jam