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Monday, January 9, 2017

Monday Meal: Wintry Slow-Cooked Beef Daube Provencal

The best beef stew I ever ate was at a restaurant in Provence, France, in the town of Avignon.

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Compromise Joint Custody Bill Clears Committee

Even with a blizzard raging citizens packed a committee Wednesday evening to testify on a bill tilting courts toward favoring joint legal custody in divorce and separation cases. The compromise bill hammered out by Rep. Gage Froerer, R-Huntsville, however allayed the concerns of many by changing the bill to have courts favor joint legal custody and not joint physical custody.---

Bill to Study Clearing Records of Drug Offenders Advances

Sen. Howard Stephenson, R-Draper, began the process for the Legislature to consider how to erase the criminal records of petty drug offenders whose road to recovery has been blocked by criminal records that haunt them years after they’ve beaten addiction.--- Stephenson said that rather than making clear what individuals might be eligible to have drug crimes cleared from their records after certain periods of sobriety, that instead his Senate Bill 182 would create a subcommittee in the Utah Substance Abuse Advisory Council that would be dedicated to studying the subject.

Wine Sampling Bill Clears Committee

Earlier in the session Sen. Ross Romero, D-Salt Lake City had proposed a bill that would have allowed wine brokers to offer samples of their products to high-end restaurants to help them in deciding their list. The committee at that time, savored, swished and spit the bill back at Romero.

TV Tonight: America's Next Top Model: British Invasion

What’s new tonight: America’s Next Top Model: British Invasion (The CW) Season Premiere: In the 18th season/cycle/what-the-fuck-ever of Tyra Banks’ America’s Next Top Model, the runway-reality series pits American sticks against British sticks for a battle of international stick supremacy!

Homeless man complains of police harassment

James "Mason" Stills is a 30-year veteran of homelessness in Salt Lake City. He came into our offices yesterday alleging he and other homeless people are being harassed by a Salt Lake City Police Department officer.

X96 Radio From Hell Film Festival

For the third year, X96's Radio From Hell brings us a short film festival with a few funky twists. Tonight at the Tower Theatre at 7 p.m., the 2012 X96 Radio From Hell Film Festival screens entries by local short-filmmakers who are willing to bend their creativity to a couple of specific demands.

Glad You Asked: String Theory, Cusack & Dinos

Not sure what to do on a day like this? Well, you’re in the right spot.

Wine Wednesday: Honig @ Bambara

Bambara has launched a fun new series for food and wine lovers to mix and mingle. Their next "Sip & Savor Soiree" will be held on Wednesday, March 7, from 5:30 to 7 p.m..

The Cultural Hall Podcast

As the podcast community grows, so do the tastes of local listeners, which has started to influence the content of new shows hitting the digital airwaves. --- One of the more prominent shows from 2011 that's been talked about a lot has been The Cultural Hall.

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