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Monday, November 21, 2016

Monday Meal: Flip-Flop Thanksgiving Turkey

In need of the perfect turkey recipe? Look no further.
Our food writer shares his favorite and most successful turkey recipe.

Saturday, November 29, 2014

In The Loop: 11/29/14. Countdown To Crashout

A look at events from November 30 to December 13
Hello to all you light-hanging, present-wrapping, deal-finding, family-pleasing, chestnut-roasting, stocking-stuffing, hey-wait-Christmas-is-still-5-weeks-away enthusiasts!  I can't recall a time in my life where I walked into people's homes and thought to myself "Did I just wake from a coma and miss a month?"

Friday, November 28, 2014

Dead Zephyr: Week 574

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

Local Releases: Black Friday Traveling Music

While you're running around this weekend looking for cheap gifts for everyone you know, I've got seven local albums for you to listen to that will hopefully drown out all the holiday tunes and screaming people in line. First up, Kamas pop-rock band Shrink The Giant are back with a new album.

Thursday, November 27, 2014

The Shred Shed Is Moving

A chat with Jesse Cassar about the all-ages venue's future
The latest news to come out of the SLC musical rumor mill is that the Shred Shed is closing down. On the contrary, the venue has been thriving as an all-ages hotspot on Exchange place for over two years.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Celebrate Danksgiving tonight at The Royal

Dear GYA, Yo, Thanksgiving is cool and all, but for me, it's really all about Danksgiving. What is Danksgiving, you ask?

How angry should we be about Valley Fair Mall's live reindeer exhibit?

Let's imagine for a moment that you're a reindeer—hairy, muscular, with a nice fuzzy rack—and it's Christmas and you're hanging out in a shopping mall full of screaming babies and teenagers. Are you revelling in the holiday cheer?

Wine Wednesday: Silver Star Cafe Wine Dinner

On Tuesday, December 2nd, Park City's award-winning Silver Star Cafe will host winemaker Kent Fortner for a unique wine dinner featuring his Road 31 wines paired with new menu items from chef Jeremy Martin.  The evening begins at 6:30 PM with a welcome social featuring local cheeses and sparkling wine. 

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

SLC Council Bans Horse-Drawn Carriages

In summer 2013, Jerry, a 13-year-old carriage horse, collapsed on a busy street in downtown Salt Lake City. Jerry would die shortly after the incident, but it's been a long time coming for activists and animal lovers in finding redemption in Jerry's death.

Learn all about mathcore at tonight's Seizures show

Dear GYA, Some will argue that mathcore's roots can be traced back to metalcore, which is true to some extent. However, for me, *brushes bangs away from face* the sub-genre has more in common with unusual time signatures of grindcore.

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