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Re: “The Essential A&E Picks for February 8-14

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Re: “The Essential A&E Picks for January 4-10

Thanks, Samantha Herzog. You get me.
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Posted by James Ure on 01/05/2018 at 1:13 PM

Re: “Best of Utah Arts 2016

While the theatre performances and performers you nominate are well deserving ... Is there a reason your "arts" categories don't include all the theatre arts?
Say, set design, costume design, lighting design, music direction, stage management, etc.

It truly "takes a village" to do theatre

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Posted by Michael Nielsen on 08/12/2016 at 1:21 PM

Re: “Best of Utah Arts 2016

Do you ever nominate others outside Salt Lake City? Since it's the best of Utah.

6 likes, 3 dislikes
Posted by Raymond Van Mason on 08/07/2016 at 3:54 PM

Re: “Essentials: Entertainment Picks June 25-July 1

Review: Saturday Voyeur 2015 “The Gods must be Crazy”
This year’s Voyeur is better than previous years; it finally gets out of the COB (church office building). Topic skewered this year include The hot shot calendar shot at camp Williams, Kate Kelly’s excommunication, My husband is not Gay TV show, The LDS church admitting Joe Smith married 14 year girls, Book of Mormon Musical coming to Utah. Song parodies are from “Into the wood”, 50 do up, ABBA, Kate Perry and more.
This year all religions get their jokes and jibs not just the LDS. Joining the cast this year is Moses, The Buddha, JC (Christ), Muhammad (appearance cancelled due to terrorist threat). There is not a lot of plot here just 4 major sketches that continue thru 3 acts setting up the jokes and the wonderful song and dance numbers.
This is an adult show for all who are not easily offended.. Warning show contains lots of skin (male and female more male), cross dressing, the F word (Feminism), salty language, and religious mockery.

Posted by Dragon777 on 06/27/2015 at 8:21 AM

Re: “Essentials: Entertainment Picks June 18-24

We took in the show last week. And, it was phenomenal! I agree with this reviewer, anyone who feels intimidated by Shakespeare should see the show. They will fall in love with it! Bravo and brava!!

Posted by fabulousinidaho on 06/17/2015 at 6:00 PM

Re: “John Hess: Woven Textile Reliefs

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Posted by Tim Sotthee on 09/16/2014 at 1:47 PM

Re: “Garfunkel & Oates

I'm willing to dress as a duck if it means I get to do something awful with Riki. Bet she's a dirty f**k.

Posted by Stan Smith on 04/23/2014 at 10:03 PM

Re: “The Peking Acrobats

if the dumb women are stupid enough to let their "boyfriends" take lewd photos they get what they deserve. no sympathy here.

Posted by truth on 02/08/2014 at 5:09 PM

Re: “Jamie Wyeth: Seven Deadly Sins

It's (almost) laughable that the video says Utah's "weird" laws have a major contribution in lowering alcohol related traffic deaths, but then also sites that other states have weirder laws. Well, you would think those "wierder", but similar laws would have an effect on alcohol related traffic incidences in those states. The fact that they don't further supports the point that the 62% LDS majority, who don't drink, are what is lowering the incidence levels. It unfortunate that the LDS church can't trust their members to make sound choices on their own and instead tries to use the state legislature to keep their members in line with church law.

Posted by Molly on 01/26/2014 at 4:25 PM

Re: “Jamie Wyeth: Seven Deadly Sins

That video is the biggest load of horse-shit I've ever watched. And worse yet, the f'idiots who made it, actually believe that bollocks they push on us. #LDSInc #MormonTheocracyUtah #LegalizeAdulthood

Posted by Dominique on 01/24/2014 at 6:48 AM

Re: “Resort Torchlight Parades

I fired those guys years ago!

Posted by Willy Wonka on 10/16/2013 at 1:45 PM

Re: “Resort Torchlight Parades

Does everyone company on the brink of bankruptcy get a full page article? Just wondering what is special about this one.

Posted by 22spb on 10/14/2013 at 8:56 PM

Re: “Resort Torchlight Parades

Maybe think of making more affordable chocolates? 6 dollars for a hot chocolate is a little ridiculous dont you think?

Posted by JenA on 10/14/2013 at 1:01 PM

Re: “Resort Torchlight Parades

They are not exactly giants of Industry. It's a shame they just got in over their heads. This is what happens when your vision exceeds your reach. . .

Posted by Biggy Smalls on 10/14/2013 at 11:26 AM

Re: “Resort Torchlight Parades

The letter on their Facebook page says: "Within a couple of years Hatch Family Chocolates had outgrown its first shop on 4th Avenue. We simply did not have enough space to serve our walk-in customers or to continue producing enough chocolates to meet the growing demand. "In 2010 we found the perfect venue for our thriving business. We purchased the 8th Avenue Market. We didn%u2019t make this move without a lot of thought. The real estate market had plummeted%u2026. the building had recently been under contract and we were very fortunate to make an offer once the previous offer had expired. " Any small business is a risk. Some risks pay off, some don't. I have a friend who wanted to become a film-maker and photographer--a profession so risky that it's like unto winning the lottery. For the first year, he ran his business off his credit card because he had no other way to finance it. He accumulated frightening amounts of debt--Way more risky than Hatch Family Chocolates. He had about six lucky breaks in a row, and now, about five years later, his business is thriving. It takes him across the country several times a year, and has even taken him to Gibraltar and, on another occasion, to LA to film a music video for Justin Bieber. Unless you have a rich daddy, risk precedes success, and mega-risk precedes mega-wealth. We praise the ultra-wealthy, and so many of them are wealthy because they took risks. Others are completely broke and their lives are ruined because they took risks. In a capitalist society, we have to accept that some risks pay off and others don't. It's just inevitable for the way the system is set up--so don't blame the small business owner for how our country operates.

Posted by Carl E. on 10/12/2013 at 7:29 PM

Re: “Resort Torchlight Parades

Did they ever think of teaming up with local grocery stores such as Harmons and The Store to sell their goodies?

Posted by LRS on 10/12/2013 at 8:55 AM

Re: “Resort Torchlight Parades

I didn't even know they were still around. I thought they closed when they shut down the E Street location.

Posted by Jennifer on 10/11/2013 at 5:33 PM

Re: “Resort Torchlight Parades

You mean expanding to a building way over your means was not a good idea? What happened to all the tlc money?Why should the general public donate more to something that is entirely over priced in the first place?
Clearly you have failed as a business thus far, cut your losses and try something else.

Posted by Common sense on 10/11/2013 at 2:14 PM

Re: “Resort Torchlight Parades

Umm even if this many people bought such and such equals $150,000. 00 that doesn't mean they have things like 75,000 "dark-chocolate-covered marzipan"'s in stock--they have to either buy them or buy the supplies to make them. . . It costs money to make the products, stay open while they sell, pay any hired help, etc. so that adds up to much much more than $150,000. 00. Hollidays are the time that sweet and chocolate shops make money, such as Valentine's Day, Christmas, Halloween (parties). . . Reducing wasted product and expenses during dead summer months would help them.

Posted by J on 10/11/2013 at 12:30 PM

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