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Sunday, March 31, 2013

Christian Pieper

I'ts not just manic-depressives, class clowns and the extremely observant who are taking the stand-up stages in town; a good portion of those performing are local writers. --- The ability to come up with something from nothing is a fine asset to have, but more people with a gift for penning their comedic gold before it hits a microphone are taking local clubs by storm.

Saturday, March 30, 2013

Traveling to Find the Best Easter Brunch

Easter brunch has become a tradition just as much as baskets, eggs and bunnies.

Friday, March 29, 2013

Countdown to Chocolate Battle Royal at Caputo's

Why would any chef take their typical Monday night off when Valrhona Chocolate comes to town? The answer: They wouldn't dare miss this French chocolatier’s Salt Lake City appearance.

Glad You Asked: Easter Weekend Edition

Dear GYA, AT&T just released a study showing adults text while driving way more than teenagers.

The Porch

One of the oldest forms of entertainment is storytelling, a simplistic presentation based around the concept that anyone who has lived has a story to tell. --- It's that very concept that helped influence The Porch, the monthly narrative-performance showcase that has dominated Muse Music Cafe with sold-out crowds that rival those of live-music concerts and has sparked a strong following from the Provo college crowd.

Alternate Realities Roundup 03/29

While President Barack Obama has squared off against the NRA in seeking gun regulations at home, he’s agreed with the organization in helping to have the United States stall a global treaty regulating the $70 billion international arms trade.---

Dead Zephyr: Week 488

The former Zephyr Club in downtown Salt Lake City, 301 S. West Temple; closed since October 2003.

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Easter Eats: Gourmet Egg Cooker

With Easter quickly approaching, and eggs hunts pending, a new product from Chef'sChoice grabbed my attention. --- The Model 810 Gourmet Egg Cooker.

Glad You Asked: Deer Tick, Author and Punisher, Andrew McMahon

Dear GYA, It's sooo stupid that I'm not allowed to tryout for cheerleading this year because I have more than 18 unexcused absences!

"Study" shows Provo conservatives lead nation in flirting

Provo, it seems, always has the capacity to surprise. Not only is it a little town with a big musical heart, it's also the nation's leader when it comes to Republicans' and Tea Partiers' enthusiasm for flirting.---

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