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I’m a big fan of saving takeout and delivery food for true cravings, not convenience. Even the healthiest of eaters has a few culinary vices — for us, it’s Indian and Thai food and pizza delivery. Sometimes, we just want …

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  • Recipe: Simple, tender, flavorful brisket for the Jewish holidays
    As the Jewish holidays approach, it’s time for many of us to think about brisket. My sister who cooks for the Jewish holidays every year (and plenty d...
    Updated Sep 25 2016 01:05 am   |     |   Share
  • This Sept. 2016 photo shows turmeric-infused warm milk in London. This drink is from a recipe by Meera Sodha. (Meera Sodha via AP) Recipe: Golden milk is a sweet and fashionable treat
    With fashion week swirling from New York to London, Milan and Paris, one can’t help but think about ingredients that are in vogue. Turmeric, the day-g...
    Updated Sep 25 2016 01:05 am   |     |   Share
  • The Choice 2016 will investigate formative moments in Donald Trump and Hillary Clintonís lives through interviews with those who know them best. Courtesy  |  PBS It’s a stark ‘Choice’ between Clinton and Trump
    In a toxic political environment featuring constant attacks and counterattacks, “Frontline” on PBS does something very different. Its quadrennial repo...
    Updated Sep 23 2016 05:15 pm   |     |   Share
  • Documentary ‘3,000 Cups of Tea’ to debut
    A Utah filmmaker’s documentary — which defends a best-selling author’s humanitarian efforts in Pakistan and Afghanistan, while casting doubt on a “60 ...
    Updated Sep 24 2016 01:05 am   |     |   Share


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  •   David Ivers (left) as Oscar Madison and Brian Vaughn as Felix Ungar in the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s 2016 production of ’The Odd Couple.’ Courtesy  |  Karl Hugh, Utah Shakespeare Festival Review: Utah Shakespeare Festival stages a fresh and funny ‘Odd Couple’
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  • (Rick Egan  | The Salt Lake Tribune)     Thierry Fischer conducts the Utah Symphony’s annual ’Messiah’ Sing-In at Abravanel Hall, Saturday, November 30, 2013. Utah Symphony’s Thierry Fischer adds part-time gig with Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra
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  • (Courtesy photo)    A scene from ’Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.’ Utah Symphony to play along with Harry Potter
    Hogwarts is coming to Abravanel Hall this Christmas, as the Utah Symphony will perform John Williams’ score to accompany two screenings of “Harry Pott...
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    Sting joined the cast Thursday night at the curtain of Pioneer Theatre’s performance of his inaugural musical “The Last Ship,” making its regional pre...
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    Barlow Bradford tries to bring a new twist to his Utah Chamber Artists’ popular Collage Concert at the Cathedral of the Madeleine each season. This ye...
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  •   RDT opens its new season Sept. 29-Oct. 1 with ’Elan,’ including “By The Snake” by Noa Zuk, here performed in 2014. Courtesy  |  Sharon Kain Utah’s Repertory Dance Theatre lights up new season with ‘Elan’
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  • (Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune)   Sasa Kitchen, a new Chinese restaurant at 2095 E. 1300 South, in Salt Lake City, serves sweet potato noodles with pork intestine in the newly remodeled space.  Review: Sake and snacks at Sasa Kitchen as inexpensive Asian cuisine comes to Salt Lake’s east side
    It’s refreshing to see the popularity of authentic Asian cuisine growing in the Salt Lake Valley. With Sasa Kitchen’s move to the former Piñon Market ...
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  • Lucas Till stars in “MacGyver.” Guy D’Alema  |  CBS Scott D. Pierce: Can’t kill ‘MacGyver’ or even ‘The Exorcist’
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  • File-This Oct. 23, 1992, file photo shows Canadian author W.P. Kinsella standing on the baseball field before game five of the World Series between Toronto Blue Jays and Atlanta Braves  in Toronto, Ontario. Kinsella, the author of ’Shoeless Joe,’ the award-winning novel that became the film ’Field of Dreams,’ has died at 81. His literary agency confirms the writer had a doctor-assisted death on Friday, Sept. 16, 2016, in Hope, British Columbia, Canada. The agency did not provide details about Kinsella’s health. (AP Photo/Rusty Kennedy,File) Remembering W.P. Kinsella, a literary, ‘Field of Dreams’ Hall of Famer with a magic touch
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  • Ali Kinkade as Susanna Shakespeare and Michelle Lynn Thompson as Henry Condell (playing Orlando), in ’The King’s Men.’ (Courtesy of Jaron Kent Hermansen with Underground Creative LLC) All the ladies take the stage in Salt Lake company’s ‘The King’s Men’
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  • FILE - In this Feb. 6, 2016 file photo, NBA basketball player Stephen Curry, left, and his wife Ayesha Curry arrive at the Super Bowl 50 Rolling Stone Party in San Francisco. Ayesha Curry launched her first cookbook, ’The Seasoned Life: Food, Family, Faith, and the Joy of Eating Well.’ (Photo by Omar Vega/Invision/AP, File) Winning in the kitchen: Ayesha Curry cooks up career with book and stories about feeding an NBA superstar
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