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My personal “unofficial” 2009 Best of Utah pick is: The April 2 City Weekly cover featuring our champion, Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. It is so good, it’s suitable for framing and hanging in a place of honor in every bar, tavern, club and gin mill in Utah. The sparkle on the Guv’s teeth is the icing on the cake.

George A. Klipper
Washington Terrace

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