It’s the second day of the work week, otherwise known as Tuesday. What that means for most of us is that there are three days left before we get to start the first of a two-day break. And then we start all over again on a five-day work week.
Why would I open with such a seemingly worthless paragraph? I’ll give you two guesses:
1) I’m practicing spelling out numbers under 10. It’s not that I make the mistake of using numerals very often. It’s just that I’m practicing. What’s wrong with practicing?
2) I’m about to tell you that I read on CNN Money this morning that the U.S. Postal Service is proposing a new schedule today that will likely cut Saturday delivery. In other words, postal carriers might soon have a five-day work week like most other Americans.
So which was it?
While you’re thinking about it, consider heading out tonight for some entertainment.
Mount Sequoyah continues the Music on the Mountain series this evening with local singer/songwriter Justin Brasher. This series of concerts happens on the first Tuesday of each month in Parker Hall at 7 p.m. and admission is free. For more information, call 479-443-4531.
The McLeod Burson Quartet is at Teatro Scarpino tonight. That’s jazz in case you didn’t know. Hey, speaking of jazz, did you hear there’s a new jazz club coming to the downtown square?
If you like watching baseball in near-freezing temperatures, the Arkansas Razorbacks host Kansas at 3:05 p.m. today at Baum Stadium.
Here’s what we’ve got:
- Tueday, March 2, 2010
- UA Global Campus: Walking The Lost Boy’s Path from the Sudan to America
- Baum Stadium: Arkansas Razorback Baseball vs. Kansas
- JJ’s Grill n Chill: Jeff Fox
- Mt. Sequoyah: Justin Brasher (Mt. Sequoyah First Tuesday)
- Walton Arts Center: UA Concert Band & Wind Symphony Concert
- Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall: Olga Greenhut Piano Recital
- Teatro Scarpino: Live jazz