Tuesday To-do: Oct. 5

Every year in September, we all hear about the official “first day of fall.”

According to the interwebs, fall usually starts on the 22nd or 23rd of the month. This year, it was the former. But I only know that because I Googled it.

In other words, the official “first day of fall” was less than two weeks ago, but I couldn’t remember anything about that day. Why? Because it’s not a calendar that dictates the beginning of fall.

It’s a hoodie.

Welcome to Fayetteville, fall.


Tuesday is unusually full of options this week.

There’s live music, movie meetups, a candlelight vigil, and even a dance class.

On the live music front, George’s is hosting a free show with blues harp extraordinaire Charlie Musselwhite. The event is part of the Ozark Blues Society‘s membership drive appreciation party.

Starting at 7 p.m., there will be an all-star jam featuring Jason Davis, Earl Cate, Kory Montgomery, Larry Boehmer, David Watson, Ocie Fisher, and more. Charlie Musselwhite takes the stage after that.

If you haven’t seen The Social Network yet, there’s a networking social at 6:30 p.m. at the Malco Razorback Cinema. Networking social for The Social Network. I almost made a joke about that being a tongue twister, but then I said it out loud and it’s surprisingly easy to say. Boo.

There’s more to do. Just read the list.

Where’s the list?

Here’s the list

Feltner Brothers: Charity hot dog eating competition
UA Student Union: Plaza de las Americas
Malco Razorback Cinema: The Social Network Movie Networking Social
Herman’s Ribhouse: Effron and the Sticker Freaks
JJ’s Grill n Chill: Jeff Fox
Fayetteville Square: Candle Light Vigil for the Bullied
George’s: Charlie Musselwhite
Mt. Sequoyah: Music on the Mountain – Reese Neal
Pesto Cafe: Jed Clampit
Teatro Scarpino: Live jazz
Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall: Cotopri Ensemble
UA Campus: Popping class

Public meetings

City Hall, Room 111: Civil Service Commission Meeting – 8:30 a.m.
City Hall, Room 219: City Council Meeting (agenda) – 6:00 p.m.