Monday night is for your quiz-family now

By HolySavior | Filed in Special events

Now you can cure your case of the Mondays with a great new event at a very cool new pub. Geeks Who Drink is coming to The Devil’s Daughter for a Monday-Night quiz. Laughs, prizes, drinks, food, and a relaxing night with your friends. Worried about going out on a Monday? No problem, quizzes are wrapped up by 10pm which gives you a good night’s sleep. It’s free, and the drinks and food are cheap. You need to eat, right? Come enjoy a great team-activity every week, beginning September 12. The quiz begins at 8pm, but you should show up early to stake out a great seat, enjoy some tasty ribs, and catch up with friends.

About the quiz

If you’ve not been, Geeks Who Drink is a fun, laid-back quiz night. Quizzes are one of the top bar-entertainment in Europe, and growing rapidly here in the U.S. It’s a team activity, up to 6 people per team (no minimum) and the questions are pop-culture, general knowledge, music, movies, science, history, and other random subjects. You don’t need to be a mathlete or a trivia God to enjoy the quiz. Since you’re playing on a team, the collective knowledge base makes for more fun, less pressure. It’s not final friggin’ Jeopardy. And if you don’t have a team, come anyways, talk to your quizmaster, and you will meet some new friends. Many people in SLC have made new friends by showing up solo, and now get together every week with their team. It’s free to play, and there are great prizes throughout the night. Play a sample quiz here.

About the bar

 The Devil’s Daughter is a great bar with affordable drinks, and ridiculously great inexpensive food. What kind of food? Baby back ribs, delicious wings, burgers, giant plates of nachos, brisket, and some of the best pulled pork in town. Spacious layout which is perfect for a quiz night, and a great location with plenty of free parking. The Devil’s Daughter is sure to become your new favorite bar. Even the picky people of Yelp have been praising the food and drinks. (Just kidding Yelpers, Jesus loves you.)

The Devil’s Daughter
533 south 500 west, SLC
travel west on 500 south, turn left on 500 west


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Around the SL,UT August 12, 2011

By HolySavior | Filed in slc blog

One glance at this weekend’s calendar, and I just don’t know how I will fit it in. Salt Lake is a happening place, and here’s a taste of the best going on this coming week.

Get out and laugh tonight. Comedian Barbara Gray is in town from Los Angeles, and will be taking the stage with Christopher Stephenson, and Toy Soup at Mo’s Neighborhood Grill Friday at 9pm. Tickets are only $5 at the door.

Love British cars? Of course you do. Their classic design and tight turning radius. Saturday is British Field Day at Liberty Park. Cars on exhibit, racing, and even some classics for sale from 9am-3pm. $5 admission for adults, kids free.

Then head over to Gallivan Center for Craft Lake City, the biggest display of homegrown artisan goods. Jewelry, clothing, accessories, and much more are for sale. Support local, real people and buy unique quality gifts.

The Utah Symphony is performing The Music of Queen at Deer Valley Saturday night. It’s a great venue to pack a cooler of wine and snacks, sit on the hillside, and enjoy some great music. Tickets range from $30-85. Pack a blanket and enjoy the cool mountain air.

This weekend’s Summer of 35mm film is Office Space. One of the most hysterically accurate looks at the real world of office life plays at Tower Theatre Friday and Saturday at 11pm, Sunday at noon, tickets are $5.

Sunday brings the Urban Flea Market at Washington Square. From vintage goods to arts and crafts, to the KRCL CD sale, there’s a little something for everyone at this new community event. Check out the Star Wars collectibles being sold.

Speaking of KRCL, Wednesday is KRCL’s Night Out at The Rose Establishment. It’s an after-work event open to the public, to kick back and have some food and drinks from 5:30-7:30pm. The Rose Establishment has food, coffee, and beer. It is located at 235 south 400 west.

Must hear music:

Friday –  Rock: King Niko, Suicycles, Fat Apollo, Nathan Spenser and the Low Keys at Liquid Joe’s 9pm $5 
Saturday –   Roots/jam: John Butler Trio at Kingsbury Hall 6pm $25
Sunday – Blues: Jonny Lang, JJ Grey & Mofro at Red Butte Garden 7pm $43
Monday – Folk: Donna the Buffalo at Canyons 7:30pm $10/12 
Tuesday – Funk: 100 Monkeys at The Complex 6pm $15 
Wednesday – Reggae/rock: 311, Sublime with Rome at USANA Amphitheatre 6:30pm $29-59 
Thursday – Goo Goo Dolls, Michelle Branch, Parachute at Deer Valley 6pm $35

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Around the SL,UT August 5, 2011

By HolySavior | Filed in slc blog

It’s time to dance, magic dance! Because this weekend has everything from the Goblin King, to the King of bad taste jokes, and we’re being invaded by ZOMBIES! Otherwise known as another exciting week Around the SL,UT.

See David Bowie and his… goblins dancing on the big screen. Tower Theatre is showing Labyrinth Friday and Saturday at 11pm, Sunday at noon. How often do you get to see this in the theater? Tickets are only $5.

Tragic world events don’t get a grace period from Gilbert Gottfried, as he went ahead and made Godzilla jokes after the earthquakes in Japan. Now, the former Aflac spokesduck is in SLC with four chances to see him be possibly even more offensive. Tickets are $20, shows at Wiseguys West Valley, Friday and Saturday, 7:30pm & 10pm.

The Zombie Crawl Route

Halloween is sneaking up on us, and the zombies are invading this weekend. The fourth annual Zombie Crawl is Sunday, August 7. Beginning at the Northwest corner of Pioneer Park at 7pm, zombies will be running, limping, crawling, and taking over downtown. Dress up and join the walk, or come for the photo opportunity, this is a sight to behold.

Want to hit Park City this weekend? It’s time for the Kimball Arts Fest. Taking place along Park City’s Main Street, tickets are only $10 for a full-weekend pass. There will be food, music, crafts, and of course… art. There is plenty of free parking at Park City Resort and Deer Valley Resort, and shuttle buses to get you to Main Street.

Support your local comedians, and enjoy a night of drinking and laughing for only $2 this Thursday, August 11 as John Hilder headlines K-Town Komedy at Club DJ’s. It’s a great atmosphere with cheap drinks, and a great lineup of locals like Melissa Merlot and your host Steve McInnelly.

Snoop Dogg is coming September 8, and tickets are on sale Saturday, August 6 at 10am at SmithsTix.

Must hear music:

Friday –  Bluegrass: The Get Down Boys at Piper Down 9pm no cover
Saturday –   Southern rock: Marshall Crenshaw, The Bottle Rockets at Snowbird 6pm free 
Sunday – Folk/Soul: Amos Lee at Gallivan Center 7pm $26 
Monday – Rock: Mr Big, Heartbreak Hangover at The Complex 7:30pm 
Tuesday – Indie/psychedelic: Palace of Buddies, Tolchock Trio at The Salt Lake Library 7pm free
Wednesday – Blues: Brian Ernst, Marinade, Tony Holiday at Bar Deluxe 8pm $5 
Thursday – Folk/pop: Lord Huron, Bright Whistles at Kilby Court 7pm $10 

Spread the news, we can take back SLC for those who have fun! Push the “+1” button. 

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