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Friday, January 31, 2014

Ririe-Woodbury: Flabbergast

As we shift into the second half of the '13-'14 performing arts season, a lot of companies are looking to make a big impression out of the gate and hope you'll come check out more to come. --- One of the more interesting shows taking place comes from Ririe-Woodbury, who tonight will present Flabbersast, an all-ages showcase featuring the works of Tandy Beal.

Obama thanks ex-Jazz coach Sloan for service; Utahns outraged

The Jazz are honoring former coach Jerry Sloan tonight with a banner-hanging ceremony, and even the leader of the free world is getting in on the action.--- The Jazz Facebook account posted a photo of an apparently handwritten card from President (and notorious Bulls fan) Barack Obama to Sloan next to a green John Deere hat (no indication if that was a gift from Obama or simply a photo prop).

Senator comes out swinging with LGBT Non-discrimination bill

When federal Judge Robert Shelby ruled that Utah could not ban same-sex marriages it didn't take long for Utah conservative lawmakers to piece together their exploded heads and start writing bills in response—so many same-sex marriage related bills the Legislature may decline to hear them all this session.

Alternate Realities Roundup 1/31

After six months the state department released documents to ProPublica of “special” employees allowed to work for private corporations the same time they worked for the department.---

Glad You Asked: Weekend To-Dos

Dear GYA, It hasn't been easy, but I've spent the entire week prepping my man cave for the Super Bowl.

Dead Zephyr: Week 532

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

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Local Releases: These Should Be On The Radio

January has certainly had its fair share of surprises in the local releases, and we're only one month into 2014.

Concert Review: St. Lucia at The Urban Lounge

St. Lucia's performance at The Urban Lounge on Wednesday night not only lived up to but surpassed expectations.

Glad You Asked: Action Bronson, The Expendables & Statur

Dear GYA, I would like to point out that throwing away those poor kid's school lunches taught them a valuable lesson.

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Sterling Bitsue

The most recent RAWards showcased a hell of a lot of talent in the area, the majority of it from fashion and photography giving a glimpse into rising names. --- One of the standout names making it through the ranks was Sterling Bitsue, a former student of the SLCC Fashion Design program who earned a lot of fans and honors while being in the program, and is not turning heads beyond the Utah borders with his creative designs.

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