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Glad You Asked: Built To Spill, Black Uhuru and John Candy



Dear GYA, My wife asked me to pick up a bottle of wine for Thanksgiving at the liquor store on 400 South. So, as of this moment, I'm standing at the end of the line -- which is in Murray. Don't worry, I have enough food and water to make it through the night and, God willing, I'll be able to make this purchase by sometime early tomorrow morning. Anything happening after I'm done waiting in line at the liquor store? - Sir Edmund Hilary II, Murray---

Edmund, You're a braver man than most. Good luck on your quest. Here's what's going down tonight:

It's City Weekly's Critic Pick Movie Night at Brewvies, which mean's you can watch the Thanksgiving classic Planes, Trains & Automobiles on the big screen for free! The show starts at 7:30.

Indie-rock band Built To Spill will be at Urban Lounge. Junior Rocket Scientist will warm things up. Doors are at 8. Tickets are $20.

Legendary reggae band Black Uhuru will be at Park City Live. The show starts at 9. Tickets are $25.

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