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Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Glad You Asked: Breezeway, Gregory Alan Isakov and Sugar House

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Dear GYA, According to a recent article, the average single man changes his sheets roughly four times a year. Obviously, women are disgusted to hear this, but instead of chastising men for being lazy, perhaps we should reinvent the bed. Think about it: Would it be so hard to create a bed that has pull-n-tear sheets like a doctor's office?--- I'm looking at you, scientists at Serta. Anything happening toda, that's less painful than changing your sheets every three months? - Phil Manbro, Sugar House

Phil, Why invent a new bed when you can just sleep on a pile of dirty clothes every night. That's what I do; it's easier than owning and maintaining a bed. Here's what's up for today:

Local bands Breezway, Cyber Cowboy, The Flying Coffee Beans and Murphy Jackson will be at Kilby Court this evening. The show starts at 8. Tickets are $6. 

If you're in or around Sugar House, head to Sugar House Summer Nights at the new Sugarmont Plaza on Highland Drive. There'll be food trucks, bands and, best of all, it's free! The party starts at 6 p.m. 

South African singer-songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov will be performing at The State Room this evening. Tickets are $8. The show starts at 8.

For today's complete list of things to do, click here

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