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Glad You Asked: Bees, Joe McQueen and Subrosa



Dear GYA, After watching E!'s new reality show What would Ryan Lochte Do with a Reality Show?, I'm wondering, how dumb is this guy really? On the surface, he seems like a science experiment involving a puppy and a bottle of Axe body wash. But I have this sneaking suspicion he might be some kind of Andy Kaufman-type genius. Either way, anything happening today as hot as Ryan Lochte? - Michelle Goberstyne, Sugar House---

Michelle, Don't get too attached to Mr. Ryan Lochte's new reality show, it won't last. Sooner or later, there'll be someone come along even dumber (or smarter) to take his place. In the meantime, here are some sexy events that are easy to get a handle on:

At Spring Mobile Ballpark, The Salt Lake Bees will be taking on the Tacoma Rainers today at 12:05 p.m. Today is "2 for 1 Tuesday," which means you can pick up a "buy one, get one" voucher at any Good Neighbor Pharmacy. 

Head to the Shred Shed to see doom-metal bands Subrosa, Eight Bells and Oxcross. The show starts at 7 p.m. 

Peery's Egyptian Theater will be hosting The Never Ending Salute to Joe McQueen. The show starts at 7 p.m. and will feature music by Joe McQueen & The Next Generation Jazz Band, the Sam Cosby Trio, University of Utah Student Jazz Band and the Kaleidoscope Jazz Band. Tickets are $25.

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