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Barry Manilow is in the midst of his “One Last Time!” tour across North America, but he still gets questions about the name of the tour. “Nobody believes me,” said the 71-year-old entertainer in a phone interview with The Salt …

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    Canned Heat
    Apr 18th at Egyptian Theatre
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    Apr 18th at Viridian Event Center
    Cityjazz, Salt Lake's 19-piece Jazz orchestra, wil...
    Utah Valley University Chamber Choir
    Apr 18th at LDS Assembly Hall
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    Percussion Ensemble - Small Plates
    Apr 18th at Utah Valley University Sorensen Student Center
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    Mockingbird
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    Pygmalion Theatre Company will present "Mockingbir...
    Mr. Marmalade
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    NOVA concludes its series of Beethoven Sonatas for...

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