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Glad You Asked: Rad Martinez, Jen Kober and Martin Sexton



Dear GYA, So, what's this I hear about Obama wanting to get rid of pennies? Damn it, don't you people understand what's going on here? You see, Obama didn't just want change, he wanted ALL the change -- literally. Argh, we were so blind. Anything good happening today before Obama shafts us all? - Greg Quaffin, Ogden---

Greg, Considering that I've seen college kids throw pennies in the trash can, I think economically we'll be OK without the penny. Here's what's going down today: 

At the Maverik Center, Utah's Rad Martinez will take on Shamelaev for the Bellator Featherweight MMA finals. The fight starts at 5 p.m. Tickets are $37 to $55. 

Stand-up comedian Jen Kober will be onstage at Wiseguys Trolley Square. Tonight's show is at 7:30. Tickets are $12.  

Legendary musician Martin Sexton will be performing at Park City Live this evening. Doors open at 9. Tickets are $20. 

For today's complete list of  things to do, click here.  


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