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Friday, November 30, 2012

Local Releases: Last Stretch Of The Year

Leaving November and hitting December, there's a lot of last-minute releases people are getting in before the year is up. I've got several to catch up on and a couple of release shows over the next week.

Third Party Candidates Recap Election At U Forum Monday

The political system may be dominated by two-parties, but it’s often third parties that can appeal to the reformers, idealists and those disaffected by politics as usual.

Christopher Nemelka to host LDS Temple Symposium

Christopher Nemelka will conduct a symposium this Sunday afternoon at the Salt Lake City Main Library on his interpretation of the meaning of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' temple endowment.--- Nemelka says he is "the world's foremost expert on Joseph Smith and Mormonism," claiming "there is no other person on this earth who knows Joseph Smith and his true history as I do."

Glad You Asked: Weekend Edition

Dear GYA, To whomever won the Powerball last night, I just want to say that I've always thought you were an amazing person.

Tragedy Doesn't Stop Hale Centre's CHRISTMAS CAROL

Hale Centre Theatre's traditional production of A Christmas Carol will look and feel very different this year. But the show will go on.

Dead Zephyr: Week 471

The former Zephyr Club in downtown Salt Lake City, 301 S. West Temple; closed since October 2003.

Now-a-Dollar Nov. 30

Two new arrivals at local discount theaters celebrate their inherent "movie-ness" in very different ways. The first is Seven Psychopaths, writer/director Martin McDonagh's follow-up to his brilliant debut In Bruges.

Thursday, November 29, 2012

SB Dance: WTF!

SB Dance had a very successful season last year, and with its latest addition to this year's lineup with Cultural Confidential, are on par toward having another great year. --- But now, it's time for fans of the small independent dance company to help out the company as its annual WTF!

Alternate Realities Roundup 11/30

Democracy Now! hosts an exclusive interview with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on the future of his whistleblower site and Internet freedom, government surveillance and government secrecy.---

SLC Demolition Ordinance Up for Public Hearing Dec. 4

After more wrangling, the Salt Lake City Council is close to finalizing its wrecking-ball regulations that will restrict developers from demolishing first without having filed a full building-permit application.

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