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Thursday, October 7, 2004
Firefly on Fourth flaming
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Popular restaurant gutted by fire early Wednesday morning

A fire destroyed the second floor of the North Fourth Avenue restaurant FireFly Food and Spirits early yesterday morning.

The cause of the fire at 509 N. Fourth Ave. is unknown, fire officials said.

At 1:50 a.m. Randy Lopez, manager of Plush nightclub across from Firefly on East Sixth Street, went to take out the trash behind his building and saw flames billowing from FireFly's roof and second story windows. [Read article]

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'Zink' is more than average child's play

Sometimes even children's plays can involve heavy subject matter. A new play presented by the UA Educational Theatre Company tackles the difficulties of illness, death and being different, but with a lighthearted approach.

"Zink: The Myth, The Legend, The Zebra," is a play inspired by the short story written by Kelly Weil, who lost her battle with leukemia in 1993 at age 11.  [Read article]

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