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Glad You Asked: Two Gentlemen, Under the Sun Concert, Cupcakes



Dear GYA, I was at the Farmers Market this past weekend when I stumbled over the most amazing find—a Superman cape. It's red, yellow, and blue material meshes into one beautiful, cascading waterfall of fabric over my less-than-muscular back. Not to mention, it brings out the color in my eyes. It’s all I can do not to wear it.--- I don the cape to go to the grocery store, to my work office, and when I rub-a-dub-dub in the tub. I even wear it under my pajamas (needless to say, I haven’t had company in awhile). So, I was wondering what events could I attend today to show off my Superman cape to an even wider audience? –Brent Packard, Sandy

Well, Brent, it sounds like you’re quite the showstopper, so this fine Tuesday you deserve some "super" fun! Here’s what you can do:

As you seem like such a gentleman, perhaps you’ll enjoy the University of Utah’s production of the Shakespeare's Two Gentlemen of Verona. It’s a preview, and it starts at 7:30 p.m. Find ticket information here.

You could also try the Under the Sun concert at the Sandy Amphitheater. It will feature awesome '90s bands, like Gin Blossoms and Smash Mouth. The show starts at 6:30 p.m. And who knows? Maybe you’ll find your Lois Lane there. Ticket prices vary. Click here for more information.

Lastly, nothing stops villainy more than the sweetness of cupcakes. For $15, you can take a cupcake-making class at Kneaders in Riverton. You’ll learn how to make four different cupcake recipes and frostings. To sign-up, click here.

For a complete list of today’s events, click here.