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Glad You Asked: Diana Krall, The Growlers and Jake Bugg

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Dear GYA, I just heard that Burger King will soon be releasing a new french fry that will have 20 percent less calories called, "Satisfries." Apparently, they're made with the same ingredients in the exact same fryer. So, how will they accomplish this impossible feat, you ask? Easy: 20 percent less fries per order.--- Anything happening today that will actually be 20 percent more "satisfrying?"- Marco Bolofrinto, fast food analyst, Magna  

Marco, Thank you for your input on this confusing, yet important, matter. People need to know how and why they're feeling satisfried. Here's what's up for today:

Canadian jazz pianist and singer Diana Krall will be at Kingsbury Hall this evening.  Tickets start at $79.50. The show starts at 8. 

Urban Lounge will be hosting The Growlers tonight at 8. Cosmonauts, Gap Dream and Pangea are also on the bill. Show up at 5 for a patio barbecue with Max Pain & The Groovies. Admission is $12. 

Singer-songwriter and Rick Ruben protege, Jake Bugg will be onstage at The Depot tonight. Doors open at 7. Tickets start at $15. 

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

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