Daily Flyer: Monday, Sept. 29, 2014

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From the Flyer

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Future home of a new record shop called Block Street Records, a project from the owners of neighboring music venue, JR’s Lightbulb Club.

A portion of Sycamore Street between College and Walnut avenues will close for about four hours Tuesday while crews work to install a concrete bridge.

Planning commissioners last week approved a permit for a new farmers’ market near the corner of Garland Avenue and Sycamore Street in Fayetteville.

The Fayetteville Animal Shelter will offer free cats with the donation of a cat toy through Saturday, Oct. 4.

A local, all-female musical supergroup made its debut at Bikes, Blues & BBQ.

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From the UA

A total of 1,525 international students from 112 countries are enrolled at the UA this semester. That’s a 10 percent increase from last fall, and an all-time high for the university.

World Trade Center Arkansas, an affiliate of the UA that serves as the state’s global business resource, received an economic development grant worth almost $600,000.


Monday Events

6 p.m.  Arsaga’s at The Depot: NWARK Blogger Meet Up
6:30 p.m.  The Perk: Open acoustic jam
9 p.m.  Backspace: Absolutely Not / May The Peace of the Sea Be With You / Prahnas

Monday Meetings

6 p.m.Ward 4 City Council candidate forumCity Hall, Room 111

Monday Birthdays

Locals/Expats: Melissa Terry, Kathleen Bearden, Brooke Gaffigan, Clif Phillips, Sam Nesbitt, Matt Weidner, Rebecca Doering, Sam Houser, and Lindsay Smallwood.
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Celebrities: Singer Jerry Lee Lewis is 79, actor Ian Mcshane is 72, actress Patricia Hodge is 68, journalist Bryant Gumbel is 66, actor Andrew Dice Clay is 57, singer-bassist Les Claypool of Primus is 51, actress Natasha Gregson Wagner is 44, actress Ninel Conde is 38, actress Zibby Allen is 34, and actor Zachary Levi is 34.