Dear GYA, It's really upsetting to hear that Lance Armstrong got all of his Tour de France medals stripped, mostly because now I fear the Livestrong bracelet fad is over-and-done with. Ugh. God, I don't want to go back to snap-bracelets or -- even worse -- hemp products. Anything to do tonight to lessen the blow of parting with my Livestrong bracelet? Wayne Frankenleg, Logan
Wayne, It's okay. Eventually, your bracelet-farmer's tan will fill in and you'll forget all about Lance Armstrong and his fashionable bracelets. Here are a few things to get you over the hump:
Flutist Ian Anderson will be performing at Abravanal Hall tonight. The Jethro Tull frontman can play instruments ranging from the saxophone to the electric guitar and, of course, his signature music-making tool: the rock & roll flute. The show starts at 8 p.m.
Slackwater Pizza in Ogden will hosting a Warren Miller pre-party this evening. City Weekly' s The Word will be there, handing out tons of free swag and, best of all, they'll be raffling off a shiny new pair of Volkl skis from Alpine Sports. The party starts at 7 p.m.
Tonight is PechaKucha Night at The State Room. Originally launched in Tokyo in 2003, this global event allows young designers to show 20 images in 20 seconds. The result is a fast-paced, concise show of showcasing the best Salt Lake City up-and-coming talent. The doors open at 6 p.m.
If none of that tickles your fancy, here are a few haunted houses to check out:
- In Provo, peep the Anguish Asylum. All you need to know is it has a chainsaw maze.
- If you dare, check out the Chaos Castle on 3300 S. and 120 West.
- Arguably one of the best attractions is the Haunted Forrest in American Fork. It's set in an actual forest, and nothing is more frightening than nature.
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