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There really is a method to the madness that is the MTV Video Music Awards. “I like to say, ‘Let’s put the crazy in the room,’ and we throw the match in the middle of the audience and artists, and …

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Favorite Utah road-food spots: Salmon, asparagus and mashed potatoes at The Timberbeline, in Beaver. Dish of the Week: Filet of salmon at the Timberline Inn in Beaver
    $ 19.95 • It’s possible to find fresh fish in the land-locked central Utah town of Beaver. Joe Williams, a culinary school graduate who runs the Timbe...
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  • Maddie Marlow, left, and Tae Dye, of Maddie & Tae, pose for a portrait at Love Shack Studio in Nashvile, Tenn., on Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015. Country music’s young provocateurs came out swinging last summer with their on-point criticism of lyrics that portrayed women as simply objects of desire in cutoff jean shorts and bikini tops. Now that they’ve got everyone’s attention, Marlow, 20, and Taylor “Tae” Dye, 19, have got much more to say on their debut album, “Start Here,” coming out on Aug. 28. (Photo by Donn Jones/Invision/AP) Country music provocateurs Maddie & Tae come out swinging
    The country duo Maddie & Tae took on gender stereotypes in their first platinum single, “Girl in a Country Song,” and now they are targeting another o...
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Temple Har Shalom Rabbi David Levinsky skates at the Park City Skateboard Park Wednesday August 12, 2015. Utah’s skateboarding rabbi — where hip and hope meet
    Park City • Rabbi David Levinsky had been in his new mountain home for barely a month when he officiated at his first Jewish wedding in the Beehive St...
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St. Vincent performs in the final concert of the 2015 Twilight Concert Series in downtown Salt Lake City on Thursday. Photos: St. Vincent plays performs in final Twilight concert for the summer in Salt Lake City
    Indie-rock performer St. Vincent, also known as Annie Clark, performed as the final act of the 2015 Twilight Concert Series on Thursday at Pioneer Par...
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Brooke (Greta Gerwig, center), a New Yorker with lots of ideas and energy, takes her almost-sister Tracy (Lola Kirke) to a hip party, in a scene from Noah Baumbach's comedy Movie review: Screwball ‘Mistress America’ a forced hipster comedy
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Five-time Grammy Award-winnig singer and songwriter B.J. Thomas, known for his mega hit Concert preview: B.J. Thomas will bring 50 years of music to Park City
    Five-time Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter B.J. Thomas is looking forward to performing “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head” in Park City. Th...
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Christina Perri co-headlines with Colbie Caillat on Friday, Aug. 28, at Sandy Amphitheatre as part of their Concert preview: An ‘upbeat’ girls night out with Christina Perri and friends
    Christina Perri may be a well-known artist now, but at her first-ever headliner show in Salt Lake City in 2011, she was in awe that she had come so fa...
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  • Utah food news: Lehi woman helps set BBQ record, changes at Caffe Niche
    Lehi resident helps set barbecue world record Lehi resident Susie Bulloch was part of a two-person team that set the Guinness World Record for “Longe...
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  • Ann Cannon: Making a difference for those living with mental illness
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Thomas Jones, The Bard, 1774, oil on canvas from the National Museum Wales at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts. The painting is part of At Utah Museum of Fine Arts, 300 years of changing landscapes with Monet, Constable, Turner and more
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Christopher Heyerdahl as The Swede in TV preview: Mormons are big this week on ‘Hell on Wheels’
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Social Distortion is commemorating the 25th anniversary of its landmark self-titled album this year. They will be playing the album in its entirety at a show at The Depot in Salt Lake City on Sept. 3. Q&A with Social Distortion’s Mike Ness
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Luke Bryan performs at USANA Amphitheatre in West Valley City, Wednesday August 26, 2015. Photos: Country star Luke Bryan opens two-night stand in Utah
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  • FILE - This is a Wednesday, March 11, 2015 file photo of TV host Jeremy Clarkson as he gestures as he takes his place in the stands before the Champions League round of 16 second leg soccer match between Chelsea and Paris Saint Germain at Stamford Bridge stadium in London. The BBC said Wednesday March 25, 2015 that it has decided not to renew the contract of “Top Gear’’ host Jeremy Clarkson after a fracas with his producer. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham, File) Scott D. Pierce: ‘Top Gear’ controversy doesn’t worry Amazon
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