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Gardiner, Mont. • If you think Yellowstone National Park’s Boiling River feels hotter this winter, you’re right. The temperature of the thermally heated water that flows into the Gardner River at a popular swimming hole has been increasing slightly since …

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  • Jack Black performs at the Oscars on Sunday, Feb. 22, 2015, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by John Shearer/Invision/AP) Sean P. Means: After Oscar night, the war of art vs. money continues
    Hindsight being 20/20, it was inevitable that “Birdman” won Best Picture at Sunday’s Academy Awards, because it deals with one of Hollywood’s never-en...
    Updated Feb 27 2015 05:33 pm   |     |   Share
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Children sing at the Alrasool Islamic Center in Taylorsville, Saturday January 10, 2015 as Shia Muslims celebrate the Prophet Muhammad's birthday. Explaining Islam’s Sunni-Shiite divide
    Sunni and Shiite Muslims, two main sects of Islam, have been in conflict for more than a millennium. Why does such an ancient division continue to inf...
    Updated Feb 18 2015 02:33 pm   |     |   Share
  • (Courtesy photo)   Latoya Rhodes and Carleton Bluford in Matthew Ivan Bennett's Plan-B Theatre: Hop in the van, new relationship drama takes audience on a road trip
    The key to figuring out Hannah, a young wife on a complicated road trip with her husband, was eavesdropping on the fictional character’s mixtape, says...
    Updated Feb 28 2015 01:05 am   |     |   Share
  • (Leah Hogsten  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  
Moonlight-Topaz, Utah; watercolor by Chiura Obata, 1942. 
Captive art: Exhibit at Topaz Museum shows resourcefulness of Japanese American artists
    Delta • One of the unanswered questions about art created by Topaz internment camp internees is this: Where did they get their supplies — their paper ...
    Updated Feb 28 2015 01:05 am   |     |   Share


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Odyssey Dance Theatre, in celebration of its 20th anniversary season, presents a world premiere of Odyssey Dance Theatre takes classic ‘Carmen’ to cutthroat world of TV dance auditions
    If the steamy 19th-century French novella “Carmen” had been written today, it might have been titled “Fifty Shades of Red.” The fiery page-turner pass...
    Updated Feb 28 2015 01:05 am   |     |   Share
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Crystal Young-Otterstrom, from left, Ellen Stein-Mears, Annette MacFarlane, Needra Nanayakkara, Christine Lundberg and Millie Wetterberg participate in a Cadenza event. Cadenza is the Utah Symphony | Utah Opera's social group for people 55 and older. The group dressed in saris to see Utah Opera's Dinner and a show, Utah Symphony | Utah Opera reaches out to older patrons with Cadenza
    Why should Vivace have all the fun? Utah Symphony | Utah Opera’s social-networking group for young professionals has an equally enthusiastic counterpa...
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  • Books: Fetching titles for young readers who love dogs
    Here’s the great thing about dogs when you’re a kid. No matter how mean the mean girls were to you, no matter how many times someone beat you up and s...
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    5 Aphrodisiacs to Make your Honey Melt
    Forget the inversion, love is in the air! Especially at zest kitchen & bar, Salt Lake City’s sexiest vegetarian downtown restaurant. What could be ...
    Updated Feb 11 2015 10:01 am   |     |   Share

  • Utah singers hold farewell concert before moving to Vienna
    Tenor Mitch Sturges has been maintaining a musical presence in his native Utah despite living in Arizona the past four years. That will be a little tr...
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Caitrona Balfe ad Claire and Sam Heughan as Jamie in DVD review: ‘Outlander’ delights the book’s fans
    Grade • A- DVD • “Outlander” comes to DVD, but just barely. The first eight episodes are being released as Season 1 — Volume 1. And, no doubt, the sho...
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  • This image released by Sony Pictures Classics shows Steve Carell in a scene from DVD review: Intense performances turn ‘Foxcatcher’ from lurid tale to lyrical tragedy
    Grade • B+ DVD • It would have been so easy to depict John duPont’s cataclysmic encounter with the brothers Schultz as lurid tabloid fodder — which is...
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  • (Brett Prettyman  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  

Where in Utah was this photo taken? Email your guess to outdoors@sltrib.com for a chance to win a book. Where in Utah was this photo taken? Email your guess to outdoors@sltrib.com for a chance to win a book
    This week • Email your guess about where this photo was taken, along with your name and address, to outdoors@sltrib.com for a chance to win the book “...
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  • Spock.jpg: Leonard Nimoy as the half Vulcan, half human science officer, Spock, in Leonard Nimoy, Star Trek’s famous Mr. Spock, dies at 83
    Los Angeles • Leonard Nimoy, the actor known and loved by generations of “Star Trek” fans as the pointy-eared, purely logical science officer Mr. Spoc...
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  • Daniel Dae Kim takes control in ‘Hawaii Five-0’ and beyond
    Daniel Dae Kim made an impressively smooth transition from a stalwart husband on “Lost” to dashing crime fighter on “Hawaii Five-0.” The actor is not ...
    Updated Feb 27 2015 03:49 pm   |     |   Share
  • Cockroach infestation closes Midvale Mexican restaurant
    The Salt Lake County Health Department closed a Mexican restaurant in Midvale on Thursday for cockroach infestation and other “critical” violations, a...
    Updated Feb 27 2015 04:01 pm   |     |   Share
  • Jason Isaacs as Peter and Anne Heche as Lynn in Mysterious miniseries ‘Dig’ won’t leave you hanging
    Well, here’s a novel idea — “DIG” is a 10-episode miniseries with a beginning, a middle and an end. OK, it’s not exactly a new idea. This is the way a...
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Thousands of Snow Geese feed in fields near Delta during the annual Snow Goose Festival in 2010. This year's festival runs through Saturday. Weekend Express: Fight for Air Cimb, outdoors expo, Snow Goose Festival
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  • KUTV remains No. 1 in Utah late-news ratings
    KUTV continues to attract the most viewers to its late newscasts — and to almost all of its other newscasts as well. According to numbers from Nielse...
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Joshua Radin, will be playing The Depot on March 4. Artist Q&A: An interview with Joshua Radin
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  • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Booker T. Jones will perform for three nights at the Egyptian Theatre in Park City, beginning on Friday, Feb. 27. Courtesy  |  Egyptian Theatre Award-winning bluegrass mandolinist Sam Bush loves all kinds of styles
    Sam Bush loves bluegrass music. The multi-Grammy Award-winning mandolinist said one reason is because the music comes from the heart. “It’s a sincere ...
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Will Forte as Phil Miller in “The Last Man On Earth.” Scott D. Pierce: ‘Last Man on Earth’ is weird, not funny
    If a virus wiped out everyone you knew and loved, where is the last place you’d look for another human being? Utah, apparently. In the opening moment...
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Joshua Radin, will be playing The Depot on March 4. Concert preview: Joshua Radin bringing his ‘love letters’ to Salt Lake City
    Joshua Radin’s music is typically melancholy and misery-driven, full of heartbreak and personal despair. Which might lead a cynic to wonder whether th...
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