ON THE COVER:
Best Friends invites you to your Black Friday escape in Kanab!
PLUS: Dixie State University hosts Business of Art Seminar, NEW Feature: Humans of St. George, Kayenta raises funds with Movement Market.
INSIDE: Publisher’s Perspective by Josh Warburton; local events; local news; Photo Essay; The Independent Golfer’s Guide; Opinions; Historic Downtown St. George section; Music; The Independent Album Reviews by Charles Cuthbertson; The Independent Movie Guide by Adam Mast; The Independent Book Reviews by Niki Hawkes; New Feature: Humans of St. George; The Clip-n-Save Coupon section; and The Independent Calendar of Events for the southern Utah area.
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