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Food & Drink

Stockman's Steakhouse

Come for the steak, stay for the cake

By Rob Tennant
POSTED // Feb 14,2012 - I have a pretty serious sweet tooth in general, but I’m a chocolate man when it comes right down to it. I’m sure your berry-cream-cornmeal-vanilla whatever is delicious, but as far as I’m concerned, it’s missing a necessary ingredient.

Food & Drink

Em's

An under-the-radar neighborhood joint

By Rob Tennant
POSTED // Jan 17,2012 - Em’s is a place that I just sort of forgot about for a while there. Housed in an old storefront ...

Food & Drink

Cheese at Caputo's

Meet specialty-foods manager Matt Caputo

By Rob Tennant
POSTED // Jan 9,2012 - Matt Caputo, manager of the specialty-foods-market side of Tony Caputo’s Market & Deli, was “born and bred into the specialty-foods industry.”

Food & Drink

Stoneground

Quality eats, and not just pizza

By Rob Tennant
POSTED // Dec 6,2011 - When it opened a little more than a decade ago, Stoneground was a revelation to me.

Theater

The Sunshine Boys

Pinnacle's quippy old men

By Rob Tennant
POSTED // Nov 8,2011 - Pinnacle Acting Company’s new production of Neil Simon’s The Sunshine Boys is a study in nostalgia as much as it is an exploration of comedy.

Food & Drink

Duck Hunt

The search for duck commences

By Rob Tennant
POSTED // Oct 25,2011 - I texted a good friend of mine, a professional chef who actually cooks at home: “Do you know where to get duck legs retail?”

Theater

Review: Pinnacle Acting Company's Proof

By Rob Tennant
POSTED // May 5,2011 - Proof is about math—but don’t let that scare you. Though there is much talk of mathematics, there is no actual math knowledge required of the audience. It’s really about family ...

Theater

Richard Wesley’s The Talented Tenth

Three plays explore community, class and close relationships.

By Rob Tennant
POSTED // Jan 25,2011 - The Talented Tenth is not your typical race-relations play. In fact, there’s no race relations at all, at least not directly.

Theater

David Fetzer's Theater Revolution

The New Works Theatre Machine is shaking up Salt Lake City.

By Rob Tennant
POSTED // Nov 29,2010 - There’s a lot of theater to choose from in this town—but David Fetzer is afraid that there might not be any for you. He wants to change that ...

Theater

boom

Emotion in Motion: Humor, anger and heartbreak fuel three new theater productions.

By Rob Tennant
POSTED // Nov 10,2010 - Boom is difficult to discuss without spoilers, but as its strength comes not from the specific plot events as much as the themes they represent, let’s see if I can avoid any big revelations.
 
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