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Monday, May 22, 2017

Monday Meal: Wiener Schnitzel

Wiener schnitzel is quite easy to prepare, provided you are organized and set up an assembly line-type prep station beforehand. Traditionally, wiener schnitzel was made with scallopine-type veal medallions.

Friday, May 19, 2017

Election Date Set

Lt. Gov. lines up schedule for Chaffetz' replacement election
Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox says his office gets sued a lot. He was sued, for example, by the Utah Republican Party claiming that the requirement, outlined in Senate Bill 54 regarding the number of signatures to appear on the ballot, was too onerous.

Local Releases: Karaoke With Bubbles

New local albums from SuperBubble, NSPS, Human Leather and more.
We've got one whole release show this weekend, which is fine considering that mother nature decided to have a seizure in our back yard this week, and caused all four seasons to happen within a 24-hour period, so getting out may not be a priority for some. First, here's a quick list of all the local albums that came out digitally this week; then join us below for the release show info.

Mom And The New Dad

Revisiting with a pair of soon-to-be-wed friends and their new podcast.
When you do a job like this, you often get to know the people you highlight a lot more than just whatever was in the interview. I've had the pleasure of knowing Chris Holifield before his podcast I Am Salt Lake took off, and Krissie Shelley over the past few years while she was a standup comedian.

Movie Reviews: Everything, Everything; Alien Covenant; Diary of a Wimpy Kid

Obit, Norman, Chuck
Two franchises that couldn't possibly be more different bring their latest installment to multiplexes, along with a young-adult romance adaptation and a trio of new art-house offerings. Everything, Everything  (pictured) hits the right, sweet notes in adapting Nicola Yoon's novel about a teen with an autoimmune disorder dealing with first love.

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Chaffetz out in July

Herbert plans for replacement election.
Herbert, whose chief of staff was at one time Chaffetz’ chief of staff, said he hadn’t talked directly with the congressman. The news conference was held before Chaffetz officially announced his resignation date.

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Brooklyn Ottens

Staring deeply into the patterns of the SLC-based artist's work.
A few years ago, I had the privilege of checking out the art of Brooklyn Ottens, as well as work with her on a few artistic projects. Her designs and pattern pieces at the time were simply stunning, as her work went into lavish detail at the tiniest levels, and stood out from a lot of the other works.

Wine Wednesday: Bonny Doon Clos de Gilroy

A longtime fan of Bonny Doon wines and winemaker/philosopher/wordsmith/raconteur Randall Grahm, I especially like his Bonny Doon Clos de Gilroy ($19). As Grahm puts it, Clos de Gilroy isn't made from the "weapons-grade Grenache" that he uses to produce Bonny Doon Le Cigare Volant.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Clearing the Air

Guv hosts final ceremonial bill signing of the year.
Gov. Gary Herbert announced on Tuesday the state’s intent to replace 100 “polluting, stinky, old buses” with new fuel-efficient models in an effort to clean up Utah’s dirty air.

Monday, May 15, 2017

C Street Studios

A chat with the director behind the independent filming company.
There's a number of production companies in town working hard to create cool films and content, but they don't always get the spotlight like they should. One of such company is C Street Studios, which currently produce short films as well as commercial content for clients.

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