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Glad You Asked: The Grouch, moe. and Jersey Boys



Dear GYA, Forget about the fiscal cliff. We have a much bigger problem at hand. You see, I'm a little concerned that we may be in the midst of a serious celebrity-sex-tape drought. Where's Tila Tequila? Pamela Anderson? Or, to a lesser extent, Dustin Diamond? Anything to do today while I wait for the Internet to provide? - Che Martinez, Rose Park---

Che, It's no secret that we have a long, cold winter ahead of us. Like waiting for water to boil, it's best to not anticipate the next celebrity sex tape to be surface. Rather, it'll happen in its own time. While you wait, here are some options for today:

The How The Grinch Stole Christmas Tour will be going on at In The Venue/Club Sound. For this sixth year in a row, the tour has been offering up all-star hip-hop lineups. This year, expect the Grouch and Eligh of Living Legends, Mistah F.A.B., Prof and DJ Fresh. The show is all-ages. Doors open at 8 p.m. 

The jam-band moe. will be onstage at Park City Live. Though their heyday was probably back in the '90s, moe. still draws a big crowd. For anyone who has missed the moe. boat, the 2010 release Smash Hits: Volume One is a fine start, with the studio staples like “Spine of a Dog,” “Saint Augustine” and “Rebubula,” all of which sound different each time they are played live—one more thing to appreciate with this classic five-piece jam band. The show starts at 9 p.m. 

At Kingsbury Hall, check out the music of Under The Street Lamp. From the guys who brought you Jersey Boys, this Chicago-based vocal quartet featuring Michael Cunio, Shonn Wiley, Michael Ingersoll and Christopher Kale Jones, perform doo-wop and Motown classics from the '50s and '60s. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. 

A few more worthwhile events happening today: 

- True TV and Brewvies are showing a free screening of the hit drama Sons of Anarchy on the big screen! The show starts at 8 p.m.  

- The Park City Library will be hosting the Gingerbread Jimmi House Competition.

- The Art Barn/Finch Lane Gallery will be the site of the Holiday Craft Exhibit Sale, starting at 6 p.m.

For today's complete list of events, click here.