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Lounge Act Monday: Now it's dark



Hope everybody got some sun over the weekend, because it's looking like much of our fun will be confined to the indoors for the next few days.---

That's not so bad when there are worthy things to do. And there are! To wit:

Tonight at Kilby Court, Dark Dark Dark headlines with a show of its thoughtful nouveau-folk/roots-rock. Should be a memorable gig.

At 5 p.m. tonight, author Marc Brown will be at the Anderson-Foothill Library to celebrate the 35th anniversary of his celebrated children's book and TV character, Arther the aardvark. Arthur Goes Green is his latest literary foray.

And if you're up in Ogden, Weber State University is hosting its String Project Spring Concert at 6:30 p.m. at the Browning Center for Performing Arts on campus.