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  • The Manhattans visit Utah

    Charles Hardy, and Harey Hemphill with The Manhattans joined us to talk about coming to Utah and performing for the first time, as well as honoring the legacy of the original members. For more information on the 58-year-old group, click Here.  

  • Here’s something every man needs in his closet

    Mr. Mac is known as the “Missionary Store”, but as Jenny Hardman found out at the City Creek center location,– they are so much more! Jenny talked with Mr. Mac Spokesperson Alema Harrington who says every man needs a good suit in his closet!  Alema recommends a standard suit in grey, blue or black.  But there are also fun options like plaid, or even lapels that are colorful. Mr. Mac has suits for everyone — from small kids to grandpas.  […]

  • How a Utah woman turned a favorite memory into a business

    Delana Oaks says one of her fondest memories from her young childhood is fishing with her grandparents on their favorite pond. Then, when she was a teenager she had her own private pond that was stocked with bass. Today, she’s still all about helping others learn the basics, as well as the joys of fishing. She started her own guide service, the first female guide ever! Her company, Fish Elevated, is a Utah licensed full time fishing guide open seven […]

  • Utah man finishes 1st in one of the hardest foot races in the world

    Imagine running for 100 miles!  And, mostly uphill (24,000 feet of vertical climbing).  Add on more than 20 stream crossings, and the rockiest rootiest, muddiest terrain you can imagine.  All in 80 degree weather with 80 percent humidity! That’s what the HURT 100 race is.  You might think that the HURT 100 was named for the pain runners feel on the course, but it’s actually an acronym for the Hawaiian Ultra Running Team’s Trail 100-Mile Endurance Run.  It takes place […]

  • Want a unique Valentine’s Day experience? Connect with your partner through yoga

    Acro Yoga is a partner practice that blends the wisdom of alignment-based yoga, the dynamic power of acrobatics, and the loving kindness of trust and communication. Every year for Valentine’s they offer partner-based workshops as an opportunity to explore connection, both with ourselves and with our partner. Participants will be guided through a combination of static poses, acrobatic flying, and therapeutic flying!  No experience is  necessary and beginners are welcome! The intention is to play and have fun! There is […]

  • What stories do your shoes tell?

    Jill Shepherd, RN, has a new book called, ‘Scuffed Up’. It’s all about the stories our shoes tell in our lives.  For instance, for Jill she never chose to wear the boots that she had on when she was called to war. Others may have shoes they didn’t choose, like a medical diagnoses, a loss of a job etc.  Jill says her book shares what she’s learned in her shoes that may be helpful for others as they face any […]

  • Funding Your Future: Volunteering after the holidays

    During the holiday season many people choose to volunteer as one of their yearly traditions. Once those Christmas trees and lights are taken down however, those in need are still in need. David Sant, Chief Marketing Officer for Cyprus Credit Union, joined us with some of his favorite charities that you can help in the new year and beyond. UTAH FOOD BANK With two major holidays centered around food coming up back to back, donating to the Food Bank is […]

  • Super Bowl Queso Dip

    Benji’s BBQ Queso recipe is the perfect appetizer for parties, watching sports or potlucks.  This delicious cheesy dish has the right amount of kick and you’ll be the star of the show! Queso Dip 1. Heat skillet to low – medium heat. Add 4 tablespoons of butter. 2. Once butter is completely melted, Bring heat to medium. Add diced onion, jalapeno pepper and minced garlic. Sauté until soft and translucent. 3. In a separate bowl, combine half and half, coarse […]

  • Some people are more afraid of public speaking than dying! Here’s how to get over the fear

    Mike Brian is not only the CEO of local advertising firm, Penna Powers, but he drew upon his 30 years of persuasion to author Presenter Evolution, a book about how to be an influential presenter. He says many people suffer from Glossophobia, a fear of public speaking. “It’s like when people say, ‘I’d rather be in the coffin than giving the eulogy,'” Mike says. Mike studied the art of public speaking, and developed a system called Cadence Planning that allows […]

  • How a Utah man gets celebrities to take selfies with him

    Stuart Graves is a self-proclaimed “celebrity stalker”. So, when Sundance Film Festival is happening, he spends his days walking the streets of Park City, asking for selfies! This is just a hobby, but he got the attention of Salt Lake Magazine has become a FOM (friend of the mangazine), and helps cover the fest for them. In 2020, he’s had a lot of luck finding famous faces so far.  Take a look at who he’s already gotten pictures with:  Toni […]

  • Super Bowl Chicken Wings that can be hot, mild or sweet

    It’s a staple of Super Bowl Sunday – chicken wings! But, while some like them hot, others prefer mild or even sweet wings. Here’s a recipe that can be customized from Clayton Greenhalgh from One Sweet Pea. 1 stick butter or 8 tablespoons ½ cup Louisiana style hot sauce (Frank’s is very popular, though Clayton uses Valentina HOT) 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar or white vinegar 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 1 teaspoon paprika (Clayton uses Hungarian paprika – smoked is […]

  • How a local school helped kids become passionate about reading

    According to Principal Jared Buckley with Leadership Learning Academy (LLA) in Ogden, there has been an overall shift in reading this year. Reading has been a struggle at the school for years. Then they began Road to Success, a free online reading program for all Utah schools.  Since then, there has been a huge shift in reading passion at LLA, as well as ability. The mission of Road to Success is to achieve 90 percent of Utah children reading at […]

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