By Kathy Stephenson The Salt Lake Tribune
Updated 1 hour ago
Bryan Woolley’s recipe for becoming a successful television chef calls for natural talent mixed with hard work and just a pinch of luck. “Basically, I was in the right place at the... read more
Meet the maestro of Utah’s TV chefs
Cannella’s restaurant in Salt Lake City gets a Baja-inspired sibling
Australian Pink Floyd returns to West Valley City
Dance preview: Change is in the air with Ririe-Woodbury’s ‘Fall Season’

Things To Do
Dracula: He Loved In Vein
Sep 24th at Desert Star Playhouse
Desert Star Playhouse will present "Dracula: He Lo...
The Addams Family
Sep 25th at SCERA Center for the Arts
SCERA Center for the Arts will present the musical...
Saturdays on the Plaza
Sep 27th at Trolley Square
Love food trucks, local artists, and live music? D...
Sep 27th at Red Butte Garden and Arboretum
The Classical Greek Theatre Festival at Westminste...
Blue Stockings
Sep 25th at Babcock Theatre
The University of Utah Department of Theatre will...
I'll Eat You Last: A Chat with Sue Mengers
Sep 24th at Salt Lake Acting Company
The Salt Lake Acting Company will present "I'll Ea...
Cathedral Collage
Sep 23rd at Cathedral of the Madeleine
Barlow Bradford and Utah Chamber Artists will pres...
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