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Every Thursday, Bowen leads the charge to Cisero's for some ridiculous karaoke (despite how seriously Cowboy Joe takes his job). Early on, the songs tend to be safe, feel-good 90s alternative songs; after a few Utah-strength beverages at Park City altitude, things get a little more ridiculous. That night, I learned that not everyone can hang with Hanson's "MMMBop". Still, it was nice to see people relaxing on the couches, throwing darts, and shooting pool. And watch your glasses on those beach-themed nights when people are throwing around beach balls and inflatable palm trees!

~Jason Lang

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