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Tuesday, August 8, 2006

The Mind of Matt: Movies, food, more

Posted on Tue, Aug 8, 2006 at 8:16 PM

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Matt Smith lets loose with whatever's on his mind, and this week it's movies. But check out that picture of Matt with Van Halen and Sammy Hagar bassist Michael Anthony.

MIND

I will be on the BUZZ 103.7FM from 11 a.m. till 1 p.m. on Thursday. I will be hanging out with Freaky Franklin, Acri and Nate. We will give away movie tickets and T-shirts. Call in to win! Or just call to talk. 501-433-1037. The Zone show on The Buzz. After my last post, I got a few notes saying check out Riverfront Steak House. Good food, but not Sonny Williams good.

MOVIES

The T Tauri Film Fest was a huge success! We will be bringing the winners to Market Street Cinema in September. It is our annual "Best Of T Tauri".

To get a list of the winners and for other info on this wonderful opportunity for students check out www.ttauri.org.  The big sister event of T Tauri is the Ozark Foothills Film Fest.  Every spring the Ozark Fest brings in an amazing selection of films from different genres.  It is not pigeon holed in to one category.  www.ozarkfoothillsfilmfest.org

FREE MOVIES

The Market Street Cinema will present two FREE movies in connection with Game Week in the Rock. RUDY @ 7:00pm on Sunday August 27 to Kick Off the week. We will Slide In To Home  with FIELD OF DREAMS on Sunday September 3 also @ 7 p.m. FREE admission to both films! These movies are sponsored by the Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau. As always hit up www.marketstreetcinema.net for more info! Or see the new web site www.gameweekintherock.com

I have made the threat of showing some sports movies for FREE with The Buzz for a while.  This is a good excuse to get started.

"We Rock" -- Matt Smith

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