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Summer Guide ’08 | Disc-y Business: a disc golf guide

By Keith Araneo-Yowell
POSTED // Jun 11,2008 - Walking off the beaten path through Creekside Park at 1650 E. Murray-Holladay Road (4800 South) on a sunny afternoon, you have to keep your head about you lest a rogue Frisbee clip it. By far the most popular disc golf course in Salt Lake Valley, the...

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Summer Guide ’08 | Get Outside! Get Your Woodball On!

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Jun 11,2008 - Our fair state enjoys numerous ways to experience and revel in the majesty of the great outdoors, for example: crawling commando-style on your hands and knees through thorny brush and scrub to flank the enemy and rain down upon them a barrage of CO2-fired...

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2008 Summer Guide

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Jun 10,2008 - Getting from spring to summer in Utah: What a long, strange trip it’s been. Between straight-line winds, driving hail and May blizzards, we’ve seen the wettest spring in years. And yep, I’m pretty sure the webbing that’s developing...

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Summer Guide ’08 | Quick Fixes Part I: The staff of City Weekly solves the many quandries of summer so you don’t have to

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Jun 10,2008 - Contributors: Ryan Bradford, Brandon Burt, Stephen Dark, Bill Frost, Jamie Gadette, Geoff Griffin, Ted McDonough, Holly Mullen, Eric Peterson, Jenny Poplar, Scott Renshaw, Jerre Wroble These hellishly hot days aren’t the best for problem solving....

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Summer Guide ’08 | Shake & Bake: Local bartenders’ tastiest summer concoctions

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Jun 10,2008 - Getting bartenders to part with a favorite drink recipe is akin to begging parents to keep their cryptosporidium-pooping babies in their backyard wading pools instead of at county pools: not likely to happen. Nevertheless, City Weekly’s summer interns...

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Summer Guide ’08 | Pop Stars: City Weekly’s film critic knows a thing or two about popcorn

By Scott Renshaw
POSTED // Jun 10,2008 - Twenty-five years ago, when I was a teenager working in a California multiplex, the industry’s mantra was, “Movies for show; concessions for dough.” We all knew that the theater didn’t make its money off of the cost of the movie...

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Summer Guide ’08 | Veg Out: Killer veggie grillin’

POSTED // Jun 10,2008 - We’ve all got the backyard barbecue stereotype firmly in our minds: Dad’s out back stoking the flames with a can of beer in one hand and charcoal lighter fluid in the other. Naturally, he’s preparing the grill for meat: hot dogs, burgers...

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Summer Guide ’08 | Trail Mix: Best hikes in and around Salt Lake City

By Ted Wilson
POSTED // Jun 10,2008 - I have lived in some amazing hiking places: Seattle, New England and the Alps. They all had their high points. But, hike for hike, none of those places match Utah’s diversity, history or scenic grandeur for hiking.nListed below are my hiking pearls,...

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Summer Guide ’08 | Summer To-Do List

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Jun 10,2008 - Diversions & Shopping Clark Planetarium, 110 S. 400 West, 456-STAR Experience daily star shows, 3-D music concerts and 3-D Imax movies. Located in The Gateway in west downtown Salt Lake City, open seven days a week from 11 a.m.nThe Gateway Mall,...

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Summer Guide ’08 | Summer Theater Listings

By City Weekly Staff
POSTED // Jun 10,2008 - Through June 15 The Tricky Part Plan B Theatre Company Studio Theatre, Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center 138 W. Broadway, 355-2787, ArtTix.org Through June 15 Revenge Of Yoga, the Musical SB Dance Jeanne Wagner Theatre, Rose Wagner Center 138...
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