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Wednesday, December 26, 2007

It's all happening at the Zoo

Posted By on Wed, Dec 26, 2007 at 8:02 AM

Call it a discordant convergence in separate e-mails this morning:

A morning headline about a deadly mauling of a visitor by an escaped San Francisco Zoo tiger.

But then, on a happier, note, news of a discount ($75 rather than $100) e-mail offer for tickets to the Little Rock Zoo's New Year's Eve party, which features food from 15 restaurants, drinks and music from Donna Massey and Blue Eyed Soul. There's a Pay Pal link on the e-mail I got, but you can also call Susan Altrui at 661-7208 to order tickets by phone.


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