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Friday, April 10, 2009

Saturday To-Do: Party at the T

Posted By on Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 2:26 PM

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Whale Fire.

PARTY AT THE T
4 p.m., Broadway and Main, North Little Rock. Free.

New this year, on the five spring and summer Saturdays that the Travs and Twisters host home games, the clubs are teaming with the North Little Rock Visitors Bureau, the Argenta Downtown Council and other local sponsors to present a block party on Main Street between Third and Fourth in downtown North Little Rock. It's called the “T” because the block ends at Broadway, the road that Alltel and Dickey-Stephens front. On Saturday, Whale Fire, the relatively new indie-pop band from North Little Rock, serves as the entertainment. Look for alternating lead singers, three-party harmonies and catchy hooks. If you're hoping to hear the music with a cold drink in your hand, you'll have to grab a seat near the window of one of the block's restaurants or pubs, all of which will be offering drink and food specials.

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