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TEXTBOOKS

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Beat the Bookstore
n(U of U) 1330 E. 200 South, 582-4477
n(UVSC) 1360 Sandhill Road, 801-226-4440
n(WSU) 4305 Harrison Blvd., 801-475-5828

PJs College Books
n(SLCC) 1935 W. 4700 South, 966-5800

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TUNES

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Graywhale CD Exchange (plus DVDs and video games)
n208 S. 1300 East, 583-3333
n1763 W. 4700 South, 964-5700
n4066 Riverdale Road, Ogden, 801-399-0609 (and four more locations)

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Modified Alternative Music (imported vinyl and electronic) 1310 E. 200 South, downstairs, 355-1770

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Orion’s Music (not your top 40) 2110 S. 1100 East, 531-8181

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Slow Train (vinyl, CDs, DVDs) 221 E. Broadway, 364-2611

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Uprok Records (emporium of local hip-hop) 342 S. State, 363-7955

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Randy’s Records (best vinyl bargains and music exchange) 157 E. 900 South, 532-4413

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BOOKS

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Sam Weller’s Zion Bookstore (a million of the things) 248 S. Main, 328-3819

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Ken Sanders Rare Books & More (’nuff said) 268 S. 200 East, 521-3819

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King’s English 1511 S. 1500 East, 484-9100

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Golden Braid 151 S. 500 East, 322-1162

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Bookshelf (Ogden has books? Indeed, plus DVD, CD and video game exchange.) 2432 Washington Blvd., 801-621-4752

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SMOKIN’

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Knuckleheads (myriad tobaccos and glassware) 443 E. 400 South, 533-0199

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Wizards & Dreams (zany smoking accoutrements) 1057 E. 2100 South, 486-2505

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Jeanie’s Smoke Shop (for cigar aficionados and frat-boy poseurs) 156 S. State, 322-2817

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Havana Bros Fine Cigars & Gifts (if Arturo Fuente or Macanudo mean anything to you) 217 E. 300 South, 961-8589

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NAUGHTY BITS

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Utah Doll House (escorts) Toll Free at 866-655-0080

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Trails (boobs and CW-favorite burgers) 921 S. 300 West, 363-2871

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33rd Street Body Shop (Stripperoke Thu. and Sat. nights) 287 W. 3300 South, 486-0712

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The Office (no cover and $5 pitchers on Wed.) 788 Wall Ave., Ogden, 801-627-2248

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BARS, CLUBS & PUBS

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The Tap Room (intimate, friendly, cheap drinks) 2275 Highland Drive, 466-0974

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Tavernacle (dueling pianos, martinis and no smoking) 201 E. 300 South, 519-8900

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Port O’ Call (mega-club, $2.50 steins Mon., Wed., Sun.) 78 W. 400 South, 521-0589

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Burt’s Tiki Lounge (sing for your tab Thur., $1 cover) 726 S. State, 521-0572

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The Bar in Sugar House (cozy, cash only, $1.25 sippy-beers) 2168 S. Highland Drive, 485-1232

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Brewskies (Live music, live flesh, drink specials Mon.-Thu.) 244 25th St., Ogden, 801-394-1713

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`CHEAP EATS & DRINKS

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The Pie Pizzeria (99-cent “study-hour” drafts, 3-5 p.m.) 1320 E. 200 South, 582-0195

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42nd St. Harrison Blvd., Ogden, 801-627-1920

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Ahh Sushi/Oh Shucks (Tue. half-off rolls and $3 schooners) 22 E. 100 South, 596-8600

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Big Ed’s (Gawd Awful'2 eggs over browns, topped w/ chili and cheese'$4.95, beer on tap) 210 University St., 582-9045

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The Original: A Sandwich Joint (one-pound Ski Bum Club, $6.49) 1751 S. 1100 East, 483-2971

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Sawadee Thai Restaurant (speedy $5.95 lunch special: 2 entrees, salad and egg roll) 754 E. South Temple, 328-8424

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Soup Kitchen (free breadsticks, cheap soup, bus your own table) 2012 S. 1100 East, 467-0908

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Beto’s Mexican Food (fast, heaping, cheap, 24 hrs.)

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435 E. 400 South, 363-0788

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1015 Washington Blvd., Ogden, 801-394-5115

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FAST CASH

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Life Sera ($ for plasma “donations”) 423 Wakara Way, Ste. 208, 583-0488

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Biomat USA (up to $55/week for plasma “donation”)

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609 S. State, 393-7697

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606 W. North Temple, 531-1279

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2520 W. 4700 South, 965-9153

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House of Guitars (hawk that dusty Fender for prophylactic $) 645 S. 300 West, 322-4100

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Witzel’s Pawn (buy, sell, trade most anything) 1760 S. State, 466-0646Cash Loans (daddy pays the interest) 268 E. 500 South, 328-3329

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DIGS & DUDS

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Grunts & Postures (reasonably priced styles, quirky other stuff) 100 S. 579 East, 521-3202

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Denimville (jeans by the pair, worn-in, not out) 1626 S. State, 474-2124

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Decades Vintage Clothing (throwbacks you regret throwing away) 627 S. State, 537-1357

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Pib’s Exchange (regular duds for regular dudes) 2144 S. Highland Dr., 484-7996

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The Bag Lady (now brands, then prices) 241 E. Broadway, 521-6650

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Deseret Industries (dirt-cheap clothes, couches, toasters, dumb bells) 131 E. 700 South, 532-6201

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2234 S. Highland, 486-3474

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Elemente (a warehouse full of retro home furnishings) 353 Pierpont Ave., 355-7400

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Emilie Jayne (used and vintage clothes, accessories and furniture) 801 S. 800 East, 359-3356

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Ritzi Resale (catchall thrift store) 188 25th St., Ogden, 393-8233

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CINEMA

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Cinemark Movies 10 (dollar flicks for a buck-fifty) 2227 S. Highland, 466-3797

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Tower Theatre (culture, culture, culture) 876 E. 900 South, 321-0310

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Broadway Centre Cinemas (more culture) 111 E. 300 South, 321-0310

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Regency Trolley Square (pseudo culture) 602 E. 500 South, 746-1555t

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Brewvies Cinema Pub (brew + movies = emoticon : ) 677 S. 200 West, 355-5500

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BLOCKBUSTER NIGHTS SANS BLOCKBUSTER

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Jolley’s Top Hat Video & DVD (Last of the ma and pops)

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2065 E. 2100 South, 468-0775

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1676 E. 1300 South, 582-1600

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Tower Theatre (indie rentals, from Woody Allen to Todd Solondz'one’s icky and makes mediocre movies, the other’s mediocre and makes icky movies) 876 E. 900 South, 321-0310

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GENERAL AMUSEMENT

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Jordan River Par 3 ($6, 9 holes) 1200 N. Redwood Road, 533-4527

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Taffy Town (free psychedelic 3-D tours) 55 W. 800 South, 355-4637

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GETTING AROUND

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UTA (TRAX and bus service free for U students, trains run from campus to downtown and suburbia) RideUTA.com

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Eco-Moto (electric bikes and conversion kits'no gas, no car insurance) 248 S. 1300 East, 583-3390

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