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Glad You Asked: Lady Murasaki, Ben Folds and Stand-Up



Dear GYA, I've been playing Grand Theft Auto 5 for the past 24 hours straight and now it's time to resurface. Unfortunately, I underestimated my supply situation and I have to leave my basement to restock on necessary gaming items like Monster Energy Assault, watermelon-flavored E-Cig syrup and stuffed pepperoni Hot Pockets.--- Anything going on after I climb out of my Grand Theft Auto gaming hole? - Trent Boserton, South Salt Lake

Trent, Don't forget moist towelettes; they're crucial for when it comes to an extended video-game sesh. Here's what's up for today:

As part of the Big Top Boogaloo Concert Series, Lady Murasaki will be performing at Thanksgiving Point this evening. Amy Whitcomb is also in the bill. The music starts at 7. Admission is $7.

A variety of comedy formats including stand-up, improv and videos will be on display at the SLC Comedy Carnivale, happening tonight at The Complex. The show starts at 8. 

Piano man Ben Folds will be at The Depot. Alicia Witt will warm things up. The show starts at 9 p.m. Tickets are $36.

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

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