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Monday, September 30, 2013

Peeking at Historic Park City

“A Peek of Historic Park City” is a great getaway for the day or the weekend, and you can even get a discount.

Peeking at Historic Park City

“A Peek of Historic Park City” is a great getaway for the day or the weekend, and you can even get a discount.

Glad You Asked: Yellowcard, Cameron McGill and Voodoo Organist

Dear GYA, Now that Breaking Bad is over, we should  think about what we've learned in the course of its impressive five-season run, like, universal health care probably isn't such a bad idea, one should never smoke or make methamphetamine and always, always, keep a loaded M60 rifle on a rotating turret in your trunk.--- Anything happening now that Breaking Bad is over?

The 25 Greatest Utah Jazz Rap References Ranked and Explained

Rick Ross, the rapper most likely to never play in the NBA, once stated, “Rappers want to be ballers, ballers want to be rappers.” The eternal bromance between hip-hop and basketball is beyond obvious. Let's be honest: An NBA plug in a rap song is as boilerplate as a Ben Wallace air-ball.

Monday Meal: Pecan-crusted Scallops with Orange Butter

I've always liked scallops, but I find that their flavor can be a bit intense; a little goes a long way. Here is a recipe that will turn scallop haters into scallop lovers -- even kids like it.

Sunday, September 29, 2013

San Clemente Punk

For old-school punk fans who want a podcast to call their own, guess what? You got one.

Saturday, September 28, 2013

TV Tonight: Saturday Night Live – on KSL!

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Friday, September 27, 2013

Ririe-Woodbury: The Start of Something Big

Last night, Ririe-Woodbury kicked off its impressive 50th season with a bang, presenting a look at all the company's prior years while looking ahead with the current talent in the company. --- The Start Of Something Big highlights works from the first years of the company, with performances originally choreographed by Shirley Ririe and Joan Woodbury, as well as works gifted to the company from Murray Louis and Alwin Nikolais, all under the guided eye of the company's brand-new artistic director, Daniel Charon.

Closing Statements in Nuke Trial Reveal a Long Battle Ahead

Opposing sides took shots at each other's witnesses and research during today's closing arguments in the reconsideration of water rights for a potential nuclear-power plant near Green River, Utah.--- Today marked the end of a week-long bench trial asking Price judge George Harmond, Jr. to re-evaluate State Engineer Kent Jones' decision to grant 53,600 acre-feet of water to Blue Castle Holdings in preparation for the permitting of a nuclear-power plant.

TV Tonight: MasterChef Junior

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