Staffbox | Seasons Greetings 

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Jeremiah Smith: I wanna give a big shout-out to my boys in Redemption and their wives. Thanks for a fantastic year, peeps. Luv ya.

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Manda Bull: A big “heeeeey!” to the reunited Ogden & PDX drinking teams. Best friends a girl could ask for.

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Brandon Burt: Happy holidays to the Happy Meejums. “I am not a split!”

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Jeff Reese: Happy Xmas to my awesome dad, wonderful mother, amazing girlfriend Jessica, kick-ass BFF Kansas and the rest of my favorite people out there! (You know who you are!)

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Stephen Dark: I’d like to wish the best of the season to all those who trusted their stories to me this year. It’s always such a privilege to be given someone’s intimate story and then put it out in unforgiving newsprint for the world to see.

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Bryan Bale: I wish for my best friend Dimitria happiness and success in all she does, “for her price is far above rubies.” Happy Solstice.

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Christopher Westergard: My shout-out goes to my trannies Kiesha, Chelsie, Neekole & Jared. Love you, bitches.

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Doug Kruithof: Happy holidays to all of our great advertising clients—without your support, we wouldn’t be able to provide Utah’s most in-depth alternative journalism and calendar listings for free!

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Monica Sorensen: Shout-out to Derek Chism and the Chism family! I hope your family holidays are filled with love and happiness.

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Jamie Gadette: Charlie Lewis, you are, hands-down, the best gift ever.

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Scott Renshaw: Merry Christmas, movie house! Merry Christmas, Emporium! Merry Christmas, you wonderful old Building & Loan!

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Derek Jones: I’m giving a shout-out to all my furry friends that are out on the streets or stuck in a shelter this winter. Everyone needs a loving home, especially during the cold holiday season.

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Larry Carter: I would like to give an Xmas shout-out to my daughters Keonna, Abrianna and my wife Nilsa. Merry Christmas! tttt

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