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TV preview: Take stroll down 'Brigham Street'

Published May 8, 2013 6:08 pm
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A lot of documentaries are too long. KUED's Salt Lake City's Grand Boulevard: Brigham Street is, arguably, too short. The hourlong program touches on the fabulous mansions along South Temple and the fascinating histories behind them — many of which could have been entire documentaries on their own. This is a bit like skimming a great book.

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