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Cover Story, Sept. 15, "Best of Utah Arts 2016"
Great choice with April Fossen and Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike!
Michael Nielsen
Via CityWeekly.net

Yo! Thanks for giving the Wasatch Wordsmiths Best Alt Poetry! It sure means a lot to all the poets and organizers that help make our shows stand out!
RJ Walker
Via CityWeekly.net

Great job with the list! A lot of worthy mentions here! And it's always a good thing when Shayne Smith gets some more love. He and the reader's winner, Alex Velluto are great on stage.
Bob Bedore
Via CityWeekly.net

I'm glad the Green Loft got some deserved attention for the beautiful gallery space. This is one of my favorite buildings in SLC. I was disappointed, however, that the moving force behind these great exhibits, Kristina Lenzi, was not mentioned. Maybe City Weekly didn't realize that. But she was tireless in her efforts in getting top artists known locally and beyond to show in a mortgage company. Great work, Kristina!
Marti Grace Ashby
Via Facebook

I won a @CityWeekly Best of Utah category this year! Thank you @TheGavinSheehan for the wonderful write up!
@LionintheTrees
Via Twitter

This is Great!! Yes.
Helen Pickett
Via Facebook

No mention of @TheStruts? Really?
@hashitan
Via Twitter

Thanks to @CityWeekly Readers who awarded us "Best Dance Production" in Utah last year for The Nijinsky Revolution!
@BalletWest1
Via Twitter

Thanks, @CityWeekly!!!! for naming #3YSC best nonfiction book of the year!
@juliecheckoway
Via Twitter

Congrats to @plan9crunch2 artist Steve D. Stones.
@PoliticalSurf
Via Twitter

Thank you @CityWeekly for the nomination! What a great community!
@heatherlime
Via Twitter

Awwww, my heart is so full! Thank you @thegavinsheehan and @slcweekly for having @myriaddance's Creator's Grid win a Staff Pick Arty! Everyone involved; dancers, DJs, Metro, audience and the choreographers make that event special. Thank you for recognizing that. Salt Lake has such a vibrant dance community in various genres, and such incredible performers and unique choreographers live here. I am so happy I was able to cultivate an environment that celebrates the many different voices our community holds. Much love!
@temriaairmet
Via Instagram

News, Sept. 15, "Family Business"
Hey, some people are genetically predisposed to suck smoke down their lungs. Good luck with that.
Lynn Bernier
Via Facebook

They are Republicans, Obama is a Democrat. Nepotism and cronyism are the priorities of this department, Watson wrote the book on fixing tests to achieve these goals, who else could rate 60 percent of the men taking a captain's test incompetent.
Jeff McKee
Via CityWeekly.net

Look at the options. Jenson is no longer unopposed. VoteJeffWhite.com.
@ApoemgeB
Via Twitter

Thanks, Obama.
Ben Eyring
Via CityWeekly.net

The Ocho, Sept. 15, "Eight things Gov. Gary Herbert tells himself at bedtime"
Taco trucks on every cloud!
Jared Bowden
Via Facebook

Hmmmm.
Michael James Stone
Via Facebook

True TV, Sept. 15, "4:20 Sharp"
The Exorcist is the only fall show I'm definitely watching. I'll check out This Is Us but will probably wait and watch it over summer.
CORy Skelton
Via Facebook

Music, Sept.15, "Flash Memories"
Props to @CityWeekly for doing a write-up on Grand Master Flash.
@briskoner
Via Twitter

Dine, Sept. 15, "Oktoberfest 2016"
Too bad it's 3.2.
Warren Miterko
Via Facebook

And it closes at 6 P.M.
Travis Barker
Via Facebook

Oh Oktoberfest, how I miss you.
Brit Liddiard
Via Facebook

It actually sucks compared to Vail or Breckenridge, or any other place outside Utah.
@phishcoug
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