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Sunday, October 31, 2010

Concert Review: Azure Ray, Heathen Ass Worship

The Saturday night before Halloween State Street was lined with a colorful variety of characters ranging from demure to deranged. Many dressed up for Azure Ray’s performance at the State Room, but the real freak show was going on next door at Bar Deluxe.

Goblin Death Machine, Futr Kids, Night Sweats

Welcome to a special (and actual) Halloween edition of the blog today. That's right, even though 95% of the parties and events were held yesterday, we bring you awesome coverage of one... two days later.

Friday, October 29, 2010

A Good Deed on All Hallow's Eve

FACES of Youth, a nonprofit organization that provides after-school and summer programs for low-income and homeless youth in the Salt Lake Valley, is vying for The Pepsi Refresh $50,000. --- They desperately need your texts and clicks to maintain their programming and continue serving the teenagers they work with.

The Dax Shane Files

SLC bike cop and candidate for Summit County Sheriff, Dax Shane, released his personnel discipline file this week in a gesture of transparency…well, he released some of it, that is. Here are the details he did not release.--- On his “Shane for Sheriff” blog, Shane posts a notation of all the disciplinary actions he has received during his tenure as police officer for the Salt Lake City Police Department.

Locals King Niko release new EP

Local indie pop-rockers King Niko electronically released their second EP today titled The French Accent EP. I sat down with lead singer Ransom Wydner at their Downtown Music practice space to discuss the details.---

TV Weekend: Rally to Restore Sanity, The Walking Dead

The most ridiculous TV news of the week after SyFy’s cancellation of Caprica? TLC has renewed Sister Wives for Season 2.

Meatloaf Baby

So, you say you want SPOOKY? Check this out.

Ariz. immigration bill and Davis County Utah connections

NPR's Laura Sullivan reported this week on corporate-government coziness that birthed Arizona's immigration law, the toughest in the country. One story referred to the biggest Utah-based company you've probably never heard of, and today a Utah legislator was named.---

Dead Port: Week 90

The hole where Port O' Call used to be in Downtown Salt Lake City, 400 S. West Temple, closed since February 2009.

Lounge Act Weekend: Fashion, Frights and F'n Tunes Galore!

Got your costume ready? I hope it's able to withstand three days of festivities, including dancing, strolling and beer-soaking, 'cause there's a shit-ton going on.

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