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Monday, May 31, 2010

My First Flash Game -- Burst Jason's Bubble

Ever wondered just what Rep. Jason Chaffetz is trying to hide from those airport security scanners? Play the game and find out!

Show Review: Carrie Scott & The Red Hots

I first met Carrie Scott three years ago, and right off the bat, I knew she was a performer.

Haiku Reviews: David Cross, Sleigh Bells, Band of Horses

David Cross

Growing Together

If you’re looking to give your green thumb a workout but don’t have much by way of yard space to exercise it, check out the Sharing Backyards map of Salt Lake City.--- The interactive map shows would-be urban farmers a listing of spots in the city where cooperating participants have extra yard space they’re willing to lend out for growing.

UTA halts holiday service this Memorial Day

Thanks to last years $40 million budget cut, UTA has effectively canceled all transit services for this Memorial Day.--- Previously, most holidays except Christmas Day and Thanksgiving Day were allotted the Sunday scheduling for their respective routes, now Memorial Day and Labor Day both will be devoid of public transportation traffic.

Happy Birthday, Fletch

There are films that movie nerds of a certain age turned into their own personal store-house of quotes. One of them—Fletch—celebrates the 25th anniversary of its release today.

ICE rumors still plague LDS missionaries

I was lunching in Sandy this weekend when two caucasian LDS missionaries came in to dine. Both were Spanish-speakers and one, from Missouri, reminded me of a recent controversy ---involving ICE officers being suspected of disguising themselves as LDS missionaries.

Sunday, May 30, 2010

Miguel Santana

As the Utah Pride Festival draws closer (with the kickoff officially happening Friday afternoon), more and more events are slowly being added around the city, even if they aren't fully affiliated with the celebration.

Social Studies @ Kilby Court...Awesome Show!

Saturday night, at Kilby Court, I was impressed with this awesome band Social Studies. They totally killed it and had me searching Google and Myspace for more.---

Friday, May 28, 2010


Looking over the landscape of Utah news talk radio, about 90% of what you'll find is politically polarized with very little interview.

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