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Glad You Asked: Adrian Legg, Comedy Roadkill and Dance Fever

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Dear GYA, With the high frequency of unusable, disgusting and cringe-worthy public restrooms in this fair city, I'm beginning to wonder if we citizens are legally bound to enter a bathroom and mark our territory, like a savage beast hellbent on toilet carnage? Anything happening today more fun than SLC's public restrooms?- Ron Canterfield, Rose Park---

Ron, Utah has a lot of weird old laws that are still lingering around. One of them is article 84A.  It states, "If a Utahn is to use a public restroom, he must leave it worse than he found it or face penalty of death by stoning." In other words, don't break the law. Here's what's up for today:

Guitar virtuoso Adrian Legg will be onstage at The State Room this evening. Doors open at 7. Tickets are $17.

The weekly, local stand-up comedy showcase Comedy Roadkill will be happening at The Complex tonight.  Doors open at 7:30.

Kingsbury Hall will be hosting the Odssey Dance presentation of Dance Fever, a 40-minute tribute to the disco generation set to the music of the Bee Gees. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $45. 

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

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