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Sunday, October 24, 2010

Sunday: 'We Ate the Book,' Finger Eleven, Snoop Dogg

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Michael Inscoe, Phillip Rex Huddleston and Thom Asewicz of [we ate the book]
  • Michael Inscoe, Phillip Rex Huddleston and Thom Asewicz of [we ate the book]

The local literati set up shop tonight at The House on Kavanaugh when we ate the book, the Little Rock literary collective, debut and read from new releases, including their compilation 11OCTAR2010 and comic/graphic novel thing "Snap Shots", 6 p.m.

Modern radio rockers Finger Eleven splash down at Juanita's alongside tourmates The Sleeping, 5:30 p.m., $20.

The Doggfather himsizzelf blazes his wizzay into Fayettevizzille tonizzle for a concizzle at the U of A's Barnhizzle Arizzle. The Es En Double-O Pee Dee Oh Double-Ja-Zee hizzits stizzage at izz-8 p.izzim.

The 19th Annual Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival wraps up another year today at the Malco Theater.

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