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Lounge Act Tuesday: anarchy, doublespeak and jazz, man



Here are a few tips for your Tuesday entertainment dolla.---

How's "free" for a screaming deal? Pretty good, right? You can join City Weekly's Street Team for a free screening of the latest episode of Sons of Anarchy at 8 p.m. at Brewvies. FX must love this town. 

Consider a trip to the Salt Lake Art Center for a glimpse of Doublespeak, in which a variety of artists explore the idea of doublespeak in various media.

And all you jazzbos who missed New York Voices on Monday can scurry up to Libby Gardner Hall at the U to scratch your jazz itch with the Jazz Combos Fall Concert. It starts at 7:30 p.m., only costs $7 for non-U-students (free for students), and will include tunes by Duke Ellington and Wayne Shorter, among others, as well as original compositions by U students. Pretty cool.