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Thursday, May 31, 2012

1 To 5 Club

As we gear up for the Utah Pride Festival happening this weekend, several of the state's clubs and organizations have been stepping up big time to make LGBT issues a priority, while extending a hand to those who may not have known their help existed  --- One such group is the 1 To 5 Club, an outreach program that offers support to the bisexual, pansexual, omnisexual, sexually fluid and asexual here in Utah. The group has been meeting weekly for nearly seven years, steadily growing in numbers as they strengthen a section of the community that sometimes may not feel fully represented.

Glad You Asked: Pride Pageants and Donkeys

Dear GYA, I can't believe I got cut from my indoor-football team. Damn, I own that team!

Concert Review: Bon Iver at Red Butte Garden

People have either absolute love for Bon Iver's music -- the product of Justin Vernon -- or they vehemently hate it.--- I think I’m the only person who’s just OK with it. And that essentially sums up the band's Tuesday-night concert: It was OK.

Snowbird Dine Around

This summer, Snowbird Resort restaurants are kicking things up a notch to entice you to travel up scenic Little Cottonwood Canyon to dine. For the month of June, Snowbird's first-ever Dine Around will take place.

Twilight Concert Series tickets on sale Friday

Advanced season- and individual-ticket sales for the 2012 Twilight Concert Series begin June 1 at 10 a.m. Here are the details that you need to know in order to go.---

Tour Diary: Matteo (part 1)

“We all agree -- the place where you are a true beginner, that frustrating humble spot we find ourselves in every day here, is what we love. It’s why we came,” writes Matteo's Brinn Bagley-Chipman from China.---

Now-a-Dollar June 1

What’s going on at dollar theaters this weekend? Oh, not much.

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Roller Derby: WRD Beats TVRG-Twice

Last Saturday night, Salt Lake City's Wasatch Roller Derby took on Idaho's Treasure Valley Rollergirls in two separate bouts at the Derby Depot.

Glad You Asked: Drag Queens, Danger and LMFAO

Dear GYA, It makes sense that Salt Lake City got 2nd-worst-dressed city in Travel +Leisure magazine. Come on, look at your man. Now, back to me; now, back at your man; now, back to me. Look down, back up -- where are you?

Concert Review: Crunch Fest at The Urban Lounge

If you heard rumblings of local bands playing raucous garage music anywhere in Salt Lake City this weekend, the chances are good that the sound emanated from Crunch Fest. The event, which felt more like two days of concerts that shared a theme, was organized by current CWMA Band of the Year Max Pain & the Groovies and former titleholders Spell Talk.

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