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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Day of the Dead Community Festivals this Weekend

Shake off your Halloween hangover by enjoying a celebration of community spirit and spirits—Dia De Los Muertos is a Mexican celebration of ancestor spirits ,and you can support the art and culture of Salt Lake City communities at three great celebrations happening this weekend.---

TV Tonight: 30 Rock, American Horror Story

What’s new on the spooky box tonight:

Music Best Bets Nov. 1 - 7

Here are the tunes to complement our live-music selections for the week of Nov. 1. Have a listen.---

Wine Wednesday: Mondavi @ Montage

This Friday, Nov. 2, Deer Valley's Montage Resort will host a wine social featuring the wines of Tim Mondavi's Continuum Estate. Tim's son Carlo (the one with male-model looks) will be in attendance --- to discuss Continuum wines with attendees. 

Stop SkiLink Fundraiser Friday

If Utah’s federal delegation gets their way, a massive ski-resort expansion will tiptoe past a full public process and plunk down a major development across pristine Utah wilderness and a vital Salt Lake County watershed, activists say.

Glad You Asked: Halloween Party Edition

Dear GYA, Maybe it's because it's Halloween but I'm feeling a little peculiar.

Politics of Wolves in the West Fundraiser Saturday

Saturday, you can hear a top wolf researcher discuss the realities of farmers and ranchers coexisting with wolves a  a fundraiser dinner for the Utah Environmental Congress.---

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Chicago - not just about the Deep Dish

Chicago is a big city that can also be friendly and easygoing.

"Vote for Nobody" Campaign Wants You To Stay Home Election Day

You could look at it as checking a “none of the above" box if one were available on the ballot, but instead, activists with the anarchist group Vote Nobody are advocating for people to do their duty on Nov. 6 by not voting.---

Tar Sands Film Screening Wednesday

If nothing gives you the creeps this Halloween more than the thought of Utah becoming the guinea pig for the nation’s first-ever tar sands strip mine, then you might want to come out to the free screening of Petropolis, a documentary film surveying the scars left behind from Alberta’s tar-sands mines.---

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