There's never enough space in any given print issue of City Weekly to tell you every interesting thing you could do with your weekend. Here are a few extra options for your consideration.
The Exonerated: People Productions wraps up a short return engagement of this powerful play based on real-life stories of convicted individuals ultimately proved to be innocent. Performance tonight, 7 p.m. at All Saints Episcopal Church, 1710 Foothill Blvd.
24 Hour Comics Day: Every wanted to put together your own comic book? Join in the local venue for this nationwide challenge to write, draw and letter one 24-page comic in 24 hours. Well Hung Framing in Valley Fair Mall hosts the event, providing food and drink for participants. Register today (Friday) by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tristram Shandy, Gentleman: Laurence Sterne's classic 18th century comic novel becomes a theatrical play, adapted by Weber State faculty member Victoria Ramirez. This original production is free and open to the public Sunday, Oct. 3 at 2 p.m. at Universe City in Ogden, 2556 Washington Blvd.
Bring Your Own Ghost conference: Ogden's Ben Lomond Hotel hosts Utah's largest-ever gathering devoted to exploring paranormal phenomena. Tiffany Johnson (A&E Network's Psychic Kids) and radio talk show host Jamie Standifird (Paravision) are among the scheduled guests brought to this weekend organized by Brian and Anna Marie Byers (Ghostology) and Denver Robbins and Lauren T. Hart (The Other Side), who will also be introducing their newly-launched Internet radio site Radio FATE. Visit the Website for registration details