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Friday, September 19, 2014

City Weekly Wants to Hear About Your Band

Are you in a band?

Saturday, November 30, 2013

In The Loop, 11/30/13: Markets Galore!

Hello to all you body-checking, gift-snatching, toy-destroying, plasma-carrying, guard-shoving, Black-Friday morons ... er, I mean, enthusiasts! --- With any luck, many of you have stopped trying to kill each other over the 80% off deals on items marked up way beyond what they would cost even if made in America, and have started plunking money into the local economy with Utah businesses over the weekend.

Friday, November 29, 2013

Local Releases: Counting Down To Year's End

In the middle of gorging on food and fighting for game systems, I hope everyone made room for some local music, as we exit November and head into the last month of 2013 releases.

Alternate Realities Roundup 11/29

A new report details the espionage tactics used by corporations to spy on nonprofit watchdog groups.---

Dead Zephyr: Week 523

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

Thursday, November 28, 2013

Tripleslash Studios

While the console wars will start to rage on in the next few months, very little has changed for those making the games to begin with, beyond having new systems to play with and upgrade their performance to. --- The true fact is that even after Xbox One and PS4 hit the market and strive for dominance during the holidays, game developers will still be working their asses off to create unique games that will drive people to have fun, no matter what they're playing it on.

Swallow, Others at AG's Office Received Bonuses This Year

Records obtained by City Weekly show that John Swallow and two other high-ranking members of the AG's Office received a total of $10,000 in bonuses this year.---

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Glad You Asked: Built To Spill, Black Uhuru and John Candy

Dear GYA, My wife asked me to pick up a bottle of wine for Thanksgiving at the liquor store on 400 South.

Brent Ward, Prosecutor in Johnson Case, Wants To Be AG

According to the Utah GOP's website, Brent Ward, a senior prosecutor in Utah's U. S. Attorney's Office, is one of three Republicans seeking the post of attorney general. That's the same Brent Ward whose attempted deal with Jeremy Johnson ultimately led to John Swallow's resignation.---

Wine Wednesday: Sardinia Dinner at Martine

Next Wednesday, Dec. 4, Martine Cafe will host a unique wine dinner featuring the foods and wines of Italy's Sardinia region. The wines being featured are from Argiolas Estate, a family-owned winery that utilizes only grapes native to the island of Sardinia.

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