Utah Film Center Sets 2017 Damn These Heels Film Festival Dates

Mar 29 4:54pm BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
Utah Film Center announced today the 2017 Damn These Heels Film Festival will run July 14 - 16, 2017 at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center.
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Like its frybread taco, Black Sheep's fusion fare's loaded with ingenuity

Mar 29 4:43pm Food - The Salt Lake Tribune
The new Black Sheep at Epic Brewing represents the coming together of two local powerhouse small businesses — Black Sheep, which has been wowing Provo diners for years, and Epic Brewing, which has won accolades for its high-point craft beers. When Epic Brewing announced the opening of The Annex in 2013 in the newly redeveloping Sugar House neighborhood at 2100 South and Highland Drive, beer drinkers and foodies overflowed with excitement. But what followed was a travesty of epic proportions — ch...
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BYU basketball: Returned missionary Seljaas doesn't need shoulder surgery, will play in 2017-18 season

Mar 29 4:34pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Having returned from an LDS Church mission last week after serving for 10 months in Iowa, BYU guard Zac Seljaas made it known Wednesday that he will play for the Cougars in the 2017-18 season. Seljaas, a 6-foot-7 rising sophomore, returned home to have his right shoulder examined by physicians after experiencing pain and discomfort due to an injury he suffered midway through his freshman season in 2015-16. Coach Dave Rose said that Seljaas met with doctors last week and it was determined he do... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Plenty of Utah history still standing at Fort Deseret

Mar 29 4:34pm Outdoors - The Salt Lake Tribune
There doesn’t seem to be much left of Fort Deseret, a Utah historic site just south of the Millard County town of Hinckley on Utah Highway 257. The fort, built in 1865 during the Blackhawk Indian War, was made of a mixture of mud and straw. Walking over an irrigation ditch and through the entrance, it’s possible to see the crumbling walls and the materials used to build it. Considering that the fort was constructed in 18 days by 98 men, it’s amazing that even part of the structure is still stand... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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PHOTOS: PCHS Soccer triumphs over Union

Mar 29 4:07pm Park Record
The Park City High School boys soccer team faced off against Union High School at Dozier Field Tuesday afternoon, March 28, 2017. The Miners beat the Cougars 1-0. (Tanzi Propst/Park Record)...
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BYU baseball: Cougars hope Utah win jumpstarts mediocre season

Mar 29 3:34pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Provo • The BYU Cougars’ erupted for 13 hits, drew seven walks and scored 11 runs in a college baseball nonconference romp over rival Utah in Salt Lake City three days after Loyola Marymount’s Cory Abbott threw a perfect game against them in Los Angeles. BYU’s basketball team isn’t the only squad around here that’s tough to figure out. “We went to sleep a little bit in the middle innings, but I thought we did a good job,” coach Mike Littlewood said after the Cougars improved to 11-11 in the firs... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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2017 'Damn These Heels' Festival Announces Dates and Open Submissions

Mar 29 1:55pm BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
Utah Film Center announced today the 2017 Damn These Heels Film Festival will run July 14 - 16, 2017 at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center.
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John McEuen and Friends to Perform at Eccles Center This Spring

Mar 29 1:55pm BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
Park City Institute presents John McEuen and Friends, Will the Circle Be Unbroken, on April 8, at 7:30 PM, at the Eccles Center. The Grammy and CMA Award winner will perform with fellow Nitty Gritty Dirt Band members Les Thompson, and John Cable, along with Matt Catsonis. The multi-media show, will feature live music and rare video footage of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, which McEuen founded fifty years ago.
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First Jobs: Ilaisa Tuiaki goes from Kearns Cougars to BYU Cougars, via Utes

Mar 29 1:34pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Provo • Jeremy Falk, unhappy with his experience as a sophomore football player in Kearns High School’s downtrodden program, quit the sport. Ilaisa Tuiaki brought him back. Having witnessed the work of a new coaching staff, Falk spoke with the Cougars’ offensive coordinator. Tuiaki persuaded him to play as a senior, citing his own memories and friendships that stemmed from high school and college football. “That really motivated me to want to get back into it,” Falk said 10 years later as he pur... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Thin Air Park City 2017 Festival

Mar 29 1:24pm
The Thin Air Park City Festival is a three day retreat to inspire, elevate and collaborate.  The 2017 lineup of over 40 speakers and guests are bold thinkers and doers, who come to Thin Air to share their best lessons and insights.  Some of the speakers include: Marc Harrison, MD the CEO of Intermountain Healthcare, Andy Walshe with Red Bull, Shea Jensen with Nordstrom, Dave Pottruck a CEO, Author, and Executive, and many more!The events start April 5 with the opening night event and continues through Friday April 7 ending with a free concert for all on Lower Main Street with the band MAGIC!  To learn more go to the link below:Thinairparkcity...
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Protected: Five Reasons to Spring Ski

Mar 29 12:45pm Park Record
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Protected: Find Your Bliss: Enjoy Spring Break at Deer Valley Resort

Mar 29 11:53am Park Record
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An Epic pairing of cuisine and beer makes for a standout Black Sheep in Salt Lake City

Mar 29 11:35am Food - The Salt Lake Tribune
The new Black Sheep at Epic Brewing represents the coming together of two local powerhouse small businesses — Black Sheep, which has been wowing Provo diners for years, and Epic Brewing, which has won accolades for its high-point craft beers. When Epic Brewing announced the opening of The Annex in 2013 in the newly redeveloping Sugar House neighborhood at 2100 South and Highland Drive, beer drinkers and foodies overflowed with excitement. But what followed was a travesty of epic proportions — ch...
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'Eat Your Science' with Alton Brown in Salt Lake City

Mar 29 11:35am Food - The Salt Lake Tribune
Food Network star Alton Brown returns to Salt Lake City for two shows on Friday, bringing his quirky humor and culinary-science antics to Abravanel Hall. Tickets for both presentations of “Alton Brown Live! Eat Your Science” are still available. Brown — who brought his “Edible Inevitable” tour to Utah two years ago — promises new therapy-inducing opportunities during his audience participation segments. Fans can also expect new songs, comedy, talk-show antics, multimedia and music. Best known... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Fireside on Regent gets things cooking on revamped street behind new Eccles Theater

Mar 29 11:35am Food - The Salt Lake Tribune
Fireside on Regent, a new 50-seat restaurant serving wood-fired pizza and artisan pasta, has opened, making it the first of nearly a dozen eating establishments expected to settle in the redeveloped block behind the new Eccles Theater in Salt Lake City. Fireside also is the first restaurant for chef/owner Michael Richey, who previously worked at Pago and Solitude Mountain Resort, as well as in several California, Florida and Colorado restaurants. After returning to Utah to open his place, he was... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Utah forecast: The final days of March will be cool and wet

Mar 29 10:34am Weather - The Salt Lake Tribune
After offering tantalizing peeks of sunny, spring days early on, March will make a cool, wet exit this week from northern Utah. Indeed, the National Weather Service has placed the western two-thirds of the state under a Hazardous Weather Outlook, warning of intermittent rain showers in the valleys and snow flurries in the mountains through Friday. After Wednesday’s forecast for a sunny morning ahead of highs around 60 degrees, the Wasatch Front expected increasing clouds through the evening earl...
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Thomas Keller shows off his sleek new French Laundry kitchen remodel

Mar 29 3:35am Food - The Salt Lake Tribune
Yountville, Calif. • On a sunny morning in Napa Valley, America’s most celebrated chef is reflecting on his career, the culinary empire it spawned and why he just spent $10 million to upgrade his famed restaurant, the French Laundry. Thomas Keller describes himself as detail-oriented, a perfectionist and passionate about fine food and design. All of this is apparent in the chef’s gleaming new workspace, a 2,000-square-foot state-of-the-art kitchen, which feels more like a sleek, modern art galle...
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Utah food businesses share success stories with annual Foodtrepreneur Festival

Mar 29 3:35am Food - The Salt Lake Tribune
Tickets are on sale for the third annual Foodtrepreneur Festival, a celebration of Utah food businesses and how they got started. The event, sponsored by the Salt Lake Chamber’s nonprofit Women’s Business Center, kicks off with a 30-minute panel discussion featuring Utah food entrepreneurs who will share stories of their companies. After the discussion, the tasting area will open and ticketholders can sample food products of 30 Utah companies. There will be live music and cash bar. When • Thur... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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5 More Off the Beaten Path Things to Do in Park City

Mar 28 7:53pm Park City Vacation Rentals Blog
While we all know how exciting and exhilarating shushing down the slopes in Park City can be, there are so many other things to do off the slopes. A while back we covered some great non-skiing activities. Here are five more “off the beaten path” activities to do in Park City Olympic Park This park The post 5 More Off the Beaten Path Things to Do in Park City appeared first on Park City Vacation Rentals Blog.
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Utah Grizzlies' Ryan Faragher named ECHL goaltender of the week

Mar 28 7:34pm Grizz - The Salt Lake Tribune
The Utah Grizzliers’ Ryan Faragher has been named the ECHL goaltender of the week. Faragher had a 2.05 goals-against average and a save percentage of .947 in three appearances last week against Colorado. He stopped all 21 shots that he faced in 26:48 of playing time in a 5-2 win in a relief effort at Colorado on Friday following an injury to starter Rob Nichols. He turned aside 41 shots in a 4-1 victory over the Eagles on Saturday. Under a National Hockey League contract with Anaheim, Faragher h...
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McJames wins national giant slalom title

Mar 28 6:46pm Park Record
Parkite Megan McJames has learned a thing or two about determination throughout her career. After being cut from the U.S. Ski Team four years ago, McJames felt she had fuel left in the tank. She started down the path of being an independent skier by […]...
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Ice Miners host High Mountain Shootout

Mar 28 6:46pm Park Record
Running a youth hockey program requires a lot of work and money, even in a winter sports town like Park City. But events such as the High Mountain Shootout, a tournament hosted by the Park City Ice Miners twice per year, can help shoulder the […]...
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PCHS track teams travel south for Invitational

Mar 28 6:46pm Park Record
The Park City High school track teams traveled south for the Pine View Invitational at Pine View High School over the weekend and came back with some impressive results. The boys' team finished in seventh place with 36 points, while the girls' team finished in […]...
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Ross and Cochran-Siegle claim Super G titles

Mar 28 6:46pm Park Record
Laurenne Ross and Ryan Cochran-Siegle claimed the top of the podium in Saturday’s super G at the U.S. Alpine Championships at Sugarloaf. After some fresh snowfall Friday night, the course crew at Sugarloaf had their work cut out for them for Saturday's super G. Though […]...
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Rec Report, March 29, 2017

Mar 28 6:46pm Park Record
PARK CITY MOUNTAIN As of Tuesday morning, Park City Mountain Resort had 36 of 41 lifts and 312 of 336 runs open. The resort reports seven inches of snow in the last 48 hours and 402 total inches of snow this season. The base depth […]...
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Sports Briefs, March 29, 2017

Mar 28 6:46pm Park Record
Park City Sailing Lecture Series World-renowned sailor Sally Barkow will speak about her around-the-world race and more on Thursday, March 30, at 6:30 p.m. at the Jeremy Golf and Country Club. This lecture is not just for sailors, as it will be an inspiring talk […]...
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Letters to the Editor, March 29-31, 2017

Mar 28 6:46pm Park Record
Locals rally support for lung transplant patient Editor: Park City native Riley Hancey was an active, healthy, 19-year-old young man until late November, 2016. Having grown up in the Park City area, he enjoyed skiing, mountain biking, and river rafting. Sadly, that all changed in […]...
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Desperate search for affordable housing could lead to disaster

Mar 28 6:46pm Park Record
In a misguided effort to patch Park City's affordable housing gap, a pair of property owners put more than two dozen lives at risk. Throughout the winter, the owners of the former Colby School site on State Road 224 rented rooms to seasonal workers, disregarding […]...
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Tumbleweed connection

Mar 28 6:46pm Park Record
The impeded stream is the one that sings. — Wendell Berry Notions like Wendell's came to me more often back when spending time tossing hand-tied flies into moving water occupied more of my time than it does these days. Having now become part of the […]...
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BYU football: Cougars have another Kaufusi to keep an eye on

Mar 28 5:35pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Freshmen were the story of Saturday’s BYU football scrimmage, on both sides of the ball. But while tight end Matt Bushman got loads of ink for his big day, linebacker Isaiah Kaufusi wasn’t as lauded for picking off a pair of Tanner Mangum’s passes. Monday, coach Kalani Sitake said the Brighton High product who is the nephew of linebackers coach Steve Kaufusi could be just as good as his cousins, Bronson and Corbin. “He’s been great,” Sitake said. “He is going to be a special player. I am reall...
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BYU football: Veteran offensive line not resting on its laurels

Mar 28 4:34pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Provo • At first glance, BYU offensive line coach Mike Empey's job looks relatively simple in 2017, compared to the massive overhaul he faced when he took over for Virginia-bound predecessor Garett Tujague in 2016. Four offensive linemen who started in nine or more games for BYU last year return, including seniors Tejan Koroma, Keyan Norman and Tuni Kanuch up the middle. Freshman All-American Thomas Shoaf has been moved to left tackle to protect Tanner Mangum's blind side, and two-game starter A... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Nevada Northern Railway gears up for 30th season and solar eclipse

Mar 28 4:34pm Outdoors - The Salt Lake Tribune
Wasatch Front residents who take their families to Great Basin National Park — one of the closest national parks to the majority of Utahns — might also consider driving a few miles west to Ely. That’s the home of the Nevada Northern Railway and the adjacent museum, one of the more interesting old-time railroad operations in the Western United States. The railroad, which offers museums as well as a chance to ride historic trains, is preparing for its 30th season. Excursion trains begin running Ap... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Utah wildflower update: Revenge of the Plyf

Mar 28 4:34pm Outdoors - The Salt Lake Tribune
Learning to identify flowers is one of the most gratifying parts of hiking for me. But yellow flowers are a struggle. A lot of them look generally like sunflowers or dandelions in various sizes, and I don’t always remember to take a photo that clearly shows the foliage or the size of the plant. The identification guides don’t always show those things either. A few years back I joined the Cottonwood Canyons Foundation for a wildflower walk around Silver Lake in Big Cottonwood Canyon, and I noti... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Three Park City Bars Named In Top Ten Best Bars In Utah

Mar 28 12:54pm
Three Park City bars were recently names in the top ten best bars in Utah by bestthingsut.com.  The three are High West Distillery, No Name Saloon, and Fletcher's.  If your looking for a great place to go after skiing or after dinner any of these three offer great ambiance, food, and amazing drinks.  Park City offers many options for going out hence the reason such a small town has 3 bars in the top ten in all of Utah!Check out the rest of the list here:10 Best Bars in Utah[caption id= attachment\_9704 align= alignleft width= 450 ] Fletcher's Park City[/caption]...
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PHOTOS: Artistas Nias create masterpieces

Mar 28 12:29pm Park Record
The Paint Mixer donated their gallery space to local Latino families and their children that wished to paint on Saturday, March 25, 2017. Children were given canvases, paints, brushes and instruction in both English and Spanish on how to paint a sea turtle. (Tanzi Propst/Park […]...
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PHOTOS: Park City falls 3-1 to Outliers in High Mountain Shootout

Mar 28 12:22pm Park Record
On Friday, March 24, 2017, the Park City and the Outliers of the U10 A division competed at the Park City Ice Arena during the 2017 Park City High Mountain Shootout. The Miners fell 3-1. (Tanzi Propst/Park Record)...
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Fig Balsamic Glazed Pork Chops with Polenta

Mar 28 11:37am SLCeats
Pork chops and mission fig balsamic vinegar are the stars of this new recipe posted on SLCeats...
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Improbable collaboration shines light on Utah's glittering Crystal Ball Cave

Mar 28 11:34am Outdoors - The Salt Lake Tribune
Gandy • The walls of Crystal Ball Cave sparkle with an ancient fragility that belies the Wild West outside its bullet-riddled door. In a glittering room, docent Jerald Bates grants 12-year-old Robert Cope one exception to the first rule of the cave — don’t touch the formations — and instructs Cope to tap on a rounded stalagmite rising out of the floor. It rings sonorously through the room, cutting through the silence of this remote corner of western Utah’s Snake Valley. Inside the cave, the onl...
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No place like Moab for Outerbike demo event this weekend

Mar 28 11:34am Outdoors - The Salt Lake Tribune
The desert flora aren’t the only thing blooming outside Moab this weekend. Springing up in all its glory is the tent city that mountain bikers from all over have known to come and love, the annual Outerbike demo event. Once held only in the fall, Outerbike recently expanded to include a spring Moab event and another in August in Crested Butte, Colo. Held at the Moab Brands trailhead just outside town on Highway 191, the event gives bikers an opportunity to try out new bikes on all the trails. Th...
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Utah Hike of the Week: Lake Blanche in Big Cottonwood Canyon

Mar 28 11:34am Outdoors - The Salt Lake Tribune
The hike begins in the Mill B Trailhead parking lot as you follow a paved road east along the creek. The Lake Blanche trail branches off to the right about ¼ mile from the parking lot. In a few hundred feet, you will cross the stream on a bridge. The trail steepens into a steady incline as you head southeast up Mill B South Fork. In the spring months, you are likely to encounter snow along the ascent, and crampons or snowshoes are recommended. &lt;freeform&gt; The straightforward trail follows a... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Utah forecast: Windy, sunny, wet; calm, cloudy and dry -- something for everyone

Mar 28 10:34am Weather - The Salt Lake Tribune
Mark Twain boasted that on a particular spring day he had “counted 136 different kinds of weather inside of four and twenty hours.” The American humorist and author likely needed a sharp pencil and his ever-present notebook to score those changes. Utahns, looking to their midweek weather forecast, can probably get by with their counting fingers, with toes in reserve. Wednesday along the Wasatch Front will be partly cloudy and breezy en route to highs in the upper-50s, up about 5 degrees from Tu... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Upright Citizens Brigade Touring Co Brings Night of Improv to Kingsbury Hall

Mar 27 7:55pm BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
As part of the UtahPresents 2016-17 Season, Upright Citizens Brigade Touring Company will perform at Kingsbury Hall on the University of Utah campus on Friday, April 14 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $25, with a $5 U of U student ticket and a $10 ticket for all other students, and are available at utahpresents.org or by calling 801-581-7100.
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BYU football: Juco cornerback commits, and notes from Monday's practice

Mar 27 7:34pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Trevion Greene, a cornerback from Chabot College, a two-year community college in Hayward, Calif., visited BYU last weekend and watched the Cougars’ spring scrimmage in the pouring rain. He must have liked what he saw. Greene on Sunday committed to play for BYU, and is expected to sign soon and join the Cougars before the 2017 football season begins. Greene is listed at 6-foot-3, 190 pounds on Chabot’s roster for the 2016 season. He made 23 tackles and had two pass breakups in 10 games last s...
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Utah baseball: Starting with BYU, Utes look to get back to winning

Mar 27 7:34pm U of U Sports - The Salt Lake Tribune
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David Blaine to Take His Magic On The Road in First-Ever North American Tour

Mar 27 5:55pm BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
Having revolutionized modern magic and mesmerized audiences unlike any performer in history, magician, illusionist, and stunt artist David Blaine will embark on his first-ever North American tour, announced today. ...
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BYU football: Fonua fine with switch to running back, developed RB instincts with video games

Mar 27 5:35pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Provo • A new candidate has emerged to replace NFL-bound running back Jamaal Williams in the BYU backfield. Former Syracuse High star Kavika Fonua, who played safety his freshman season before a church mission to Vancouver, B.C., and linebacker last season, carried the ball six times for 53 yards in Saturday’s scrimmage and is officially a running back. “Me and Kalani [Sitake] talked and decided that, just for my future, I have the best chance of making it at running back,” said Fonua, who will ... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Could Greek salad be even better? Try this recipe with flank steak

Mar 27 4:34pm Food - The Salt Lake Tribune
Quite often, I think a simple Greek salad is perfect as is, no adornments needed. But you may notice that in many eateries, from diners to higher-end restaurants, you often get a choice of added protein, usually chicken, shrimp or steak. And it’s true, that extra protein does make a salad feel more like a fully rounded meal. A few slices of pink, perfectly cooked steak draped across a colorful bowl of Greek salad make a lunch or dinner that knows no season, but that feels particularly nice as th... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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SUU Convocations to Welcome Filmmaker and Happiness Guru Roko Belic

Mar 27 3:53pm BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
SUU Convocations and the SUU T-Fit program will present filmmaker and happiness guru Roko Belic. Roko Belic is the director of the new film Happy and the Academy-Award nominated Genghis Blues.
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BWW Review: THE LION KING at the Eccles is Spectacular

Mar 27 1:54pm BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
The national tour of Disney's THE LION KING, currently playing at the new Eccles Theater, is filled with visual spectacle and larger-than-life wonder. THE LION KING is more than just a musical.  It is an experience that is not to be missed and unlikely to ever be forgotten.
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Popular Arapeen OHV trail in central Utah gets grant for improvements

Mar 27 11:34am Outdoors - The Salt Lake Tribune
The popularity of all-terrain vehicle riding over the last 15 or 20 years has led to the development of major trail systems in Utah. And one of those, the Arapeen OHV trail in central Utah, is getting a financial boost. The National Park Foundation has received a Polaris Foundation grant to enhance the Arapeen Trail as part of money being spent on the Mormon Pioneer National Heritage area. “The Arapeen OHV Trail System is one of Utah’s great high-mountain trails,” said Kevin Christensen, Sanpete... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Deer Valley Specialist Real Estate Tip Of The Week: Make Your Bathroom Feel More Luxurious

Mar 27 11:22am
Our Deer Valley Specialist real estate tip of the week is all about making your bathroom feel luxurious without a full remodel.  There are some simple yet effective things you can do to really change the look and feel of your bathroom. So if you’re not in the market to rip out and replace costly items like your tub, vanity or floors, take a cue from high-end bathrooms and look to your fixtures and accessories as opportunities to add a bit of luxury. Try one or more of these eight strategies to give your bathroom a luxe makeover without breaking the bank. 1. Choose statement lighting. Whether it’s a glittering chandelier or wall-mounted sconces, try swapping ordinary lighting for a fixture that makes a stylish statement. Hanging a chandelier in the middle of the room or over a soaking tub can make a stunning and luxurious impact.  You don’t have to use a chandelier to make a statement with lighting. Dazzling pendant lights or wall sconces above a sink can give your ordinary bathroom a jewel box atmosphere, and they can be found for $200 and up. Look for something with a distinct and artful look that complements the rest of your bathroom hardware. 2. Glam up your mirror. If you have a plain bathroom mirror in the standard rectangle or square shape, look for an alternative with more stylish details. Electing a mirror with a glitzy finish, such as gold, or a jewel-like multifaceted rim can really transform your vanity wall. Decorative wall mirrors can cost as little as $150, depending on their size. For a highly styled look, pair your glam mirror with fashionable sconces. 3. Choose a regal paint color. A dark wall color can instantly add a posh look to a bathroom. Dramatic paint choices like charcoal or navy create a welcoming contrast to common bathroom finishes such as white, helping the space seem brighter and newer. A dark color can also bring a modern look to older wood finishes on cabinets, window frames or baseboards. And darker hues mix well with mirrors and metallic hardware, allowing them to shine brightly and be the star of the room. This translates to a more styled and luxurious look. 4. Upgrade your cabinet hardware. Instead of blowing your budget on a new vanity, splurge for upgraded cabinet hardware for your existing o...
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Utah forecast: Wet, windy days, then a sunny, warm midweek

Mar 27 9:34am Weather - The Salt Lake Tribune
Mountain snow, valley rain, it’s winter in Utah then spring again. Toss in stiff winds, as thunder claps — not as applause, but in a cold, wet slap. Steady rainfall greeted commuters along the Wasatch Front Monday morning, and that soggy forecast was to persist through Tuesday. While the denizens of the northern Utah valleys leaned into drenching winds gusting to 45 mph, snow dusted the mountains above them. High temperatures on Tuesday were to range into the low-50s, up a few degrees from Monda... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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100 Largest Cities: Seattle

Mar 27 9:00am City Parks Blog
In anticipation of the release of City Park Facts next month and ParkScore in late May, we thought we’d start profiling some of the 100 largest cities that are featured in both City Park Facts and ParkScore. First up is Seattle, Washington, ranked 13 out of 100 in the 2016 edition of Parkscore.  (Seattle is […]...
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BYU football: More notes and quotes from Saturday's rainy spring scrimmage

Mar 27 12:34am BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Here’s my report on BYU’s spring get-together Saturday, a combined practice-scrimmage deal played in miserable, rainy conditions at LaVell Edwards Stadium after a relatively mild and warm spring. Football-wise, it was difficult to take much from the exercise because there was very little true, 11-on-11, anybody-can-be-tackled football played. Announced attendance was 6,000 (my guess was around 3,000, tops) and only a hundred or so fans stayed to the bitter end. Conditions were that difficult. ... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Now Playing Onstage in Salt Lake City - Week of 3/26/2017

Mar 26 11:55am BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
Upcoming Shows - Week of 3/26/2017 for Salt Lake City...
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Park City Condos - Are Pets Allowed? How to Find Pet Friendly Condos

Mar 25 9:46pm Real Estate Blog
Park City by and large is one of the most "pet friendly" areas you can live in. There are many places to walk your dog or to enjoy the outdoor scenery with them. That said, many people who are searching for a condo as a second home, may be curious as to the rules for a specific development. Are dogs or cats allowed? Are there specific requirements? Answers to these questions help them narrow their search for the perfect place to live. It is probably best to do this in two parts, first are pets allowed and then, are there any restrictions? Are Pets Allowed?  We have built in an EASY way for you to sort through Park City area condos and find the ones where pets are allowed. On any page there is a link for "More Search Options".  It is right below the Red UPDATE button: When you click on that button you will be able to filter your home search using MANY different criteria. We want you to find the PERFECT home for you The pets option is toward the bottom: There you can easily filter your search to only find condos where pets are allowed. Easy as that  The next step in finding the perfect pet friendly condo is to call me Why? Because I have access to get specific information on any restrictions. Are there wieght or size restrictions for dogs? What types of pets are allowed? Your time is valuable. I am happy to find the answers for you that will be a great match for you AND your furry family member.  You can reach me at the number on the top of this page or simply by submitting a form. It is truly my pleasure to assist you.
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BYU football: Quarterback Tanner Mangum is erratic in scrimmage, but two tight ends stand out

Mar 25 9:34pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Provo • Thank partly to cold and rainy conditions in BYU’s annual spring scrimmage Saturday at LaVell Edwards Stadium, Ty Detmer didn’t learn much about his offense, except that starting quarterback Tanner Mangum still struggles when the football is wet and soggy. But the second-year offensive coordinator did find himself a tight end, maybe two. Freshmen tight ends Matt Bushman and Joe Tukuafu shined throughout the dismal day, brightening up an otherwise dismal performance by Mangum and the wate... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Kragthorpe: Ty Detmer forgives Tanner Mangum's 'greed' in BYU scrimmage

Mar 25 7:34pm BYU - The Salt Lake Tribune
Provo San Diego-style weather greeted BYU quarterback Tanner Mangum, who must be wondering when he’ll ever start another football game in the sunshine. Three months after getting his only meaningful playing opportunity of 2016 on a rainy night in the Poinsettia Bowl, Mangum took the LaVell Edwards Stadium field Saturday for the Cougars’ spring scrimmage. The rain came, of course. “It’s football,” Mangum said afterward. “You’ve got to adjust.” You won’t hear him complaining about the heat Aug... <iframe src= http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp height= 1 width= 1 > </frame>...
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Photo Flash: The British Royal Family Comes to Pioneer Theatre in KING CHARLES III

Mar 25 5:58pm BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
Pioneer Theatre Company presents King Charles III by Mike Bartlett, a 2015 Tony Award Nominee for Best Play. This future history play runs March 24 - April 8, 2017.
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BWW Review: Pioneer Theatre Company's KING CHARLES III is Fascinating

Mar 25 4:57pm BroadwayWorld.com Salt Lake City Stories
If you are a fan of Shakespeare or of the British royal family, or even better--both, you will adore the well crafted, fascinating KING CHARLES III at Pioneer Theatre Company.
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