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Thursday, February 28, 2013

A Word on How Microsoft Hopes to Excel at City Creek Launch

Open this window to find out which band is performing at Microsoft's grand opening at City Creek. The outlook?

Glad You Asked: Youth Lagoon, Israel Vibration and DJ Abilities

Dear GYA, In light of all this permit talk, I want President Obama to know he can take my Affliction shirts when he peels 'em from my cologne-soaked, brownish-orange torso.

Here's A Clip of KUTV's Brian Mullahy Dodging A Man Kiss

Working as a local TV reporter can be a tough job. The streets of SLC are no place for greenhorn corespondents.

Medicaid Expansion Rally Friday!

The sequestration bomb drops at midnight, but Medicaid is one of the programs that will mostly be spared from the looming spending cuts.

Senate Pres Could Profit From Prison Relocation

A bill passed favorably out of committee Wednesday to create a special board to consider the economic worth of relocating the Utah State Prison in Draper and developing the land underneath it.

SLCC Culinarians Recognized by Utah Leg.

In two ceremonies at the Utah State Capitol this week, Salt Lake Community College (SLCC) students were recognized and honored by members of the Utah State Senate and House of Representatives. --- The SLCC students received the appreciation for the service they've provided in the past three years preparing and serving food on Capitol Hill, part of a partnership between the Capitol Preservation Board and the SLCC Culinary Institute.

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Liner Notes: Codi Jordan

It’s approximately 750 miles from the mountain town of Eden, Utah, to the Pacific Coast of Long Beach, Calif. But for Codi Jordan, the sound that that span represents is just a groovin’ backbeat and some bar chords away. The local rock-reggae musician talks about four tracks from his forthcoming debut LP, A Little More Less.---

Bill to Tear Down "Zion Walls" from Restaurants Clears Panel

Frustrated restaurant owners came to a legislative committee to tell lawmakers to tear down the "Zion Wall," referring to the structures required of restaurants to shield underage patrons from the sight of wine being poured and cocktails being mixed.

CW Picks: Live Music March 1-6

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

Glad You Asked: David Spade, Eternal Sunshine and G-Eazy

Dear GYA, I'm sure you're familiar with the old saying, "Opinions are like assholes, everyone has a whole bunch of them."

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