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The mild winter of 2014-15 has played with the routines of migrating waterfowl, but wildlife officials expect there will be something to see during annual Swan Day events. Wildlife biologists say the average high count for Utah is about 40,000 …

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  • Sean P. Means: Utah author Shannon Hale speaks up for boys who like her ‘girly’ books
    One reason Shannon Hale is a good writer is she notices things that might sail past the rest of us. Something Hale has noticed in her career, particul...
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  • Conrad Tao will perform with the Utah Symphony this weekend. Credit: Ruiming Wang Conrad Tao to fill in for ailing André Watts in Utah Symphony concerts
    André Watts has come down with the flu and won’t be able to make his concert dates with the Utah Symphony this weekend, so the orchestra is bringing i...
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  • From Catholics to Muslims to Mormons — a look at the meaning of martyrdom
    “Martyr” is an old word getting new attention. Earlier this month, Pope Francis named Oscar Romero, a Catholic archbishop murdered in 1980, an officia...
    Updated Feb 24 2015 10:03 am   |     |   Share
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There are seemingly a million options for lighting while enjoying the outdoors. NanoGrid has come up with what appears to be a unique option. The 3-in-1 NanoGrid comes with a PowerLight (flashight/lantern and power storage) a remote lanterns. Charge it with a USB cord connected to a standard power supply or plug it into other BioLite power generating devices like the CampStove, BaseCamp or KettleCharge. The PowerLight works as a remote to control SiteLights - two come with the kit. Two extra SiteLights can be purchased providing up to 40 feet of lighting. The NanoGrid provides 10 watts of power (up to three smartphone refills). The NanoGrid system, which includes the PowerLight and two SiteLights, costs $99.95. The PowerLight is available separately for $79.95, and two SiteLights cost $29.95 separately. Available at www.biolitestove.com and soon at REI. Outdoors: Cool new stuff from Outdoor Retailer Winter Market
    More than 22,000 people recently attended the annual Outdoor Retailer Winter Market at the Salt Palace Convention Center. Outdoor gear from more than ...
    Updated Feb 04 2015 09:31 pm   |     |   Share


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  • This Feb. 2, 2015 photo shows lemon pepper roasted pork tenderloin in Concord, N.H. The recipe features coarse black pepper, kosher salt, dried thyme, garlic powder and lemon zest. (AP Photo/Matthew Mead) Recipe: A delicious lemon-pepper pork that should have been chicken
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Disney on Ice brings its Costumes conjure the magic of Disney on Ice
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  • (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
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Mormon missionaries in Monrovia, Liberia, are among those in danger during a civil war in a scene from “Freetown,” directed and written by Garrett Batty. The film, based on a real event, will screen Wednesday, March 4, at the LDS Film Festival in Orem. Courtesy LDS Film Festival LDS Film Festival puts spotlight on true stories
    True stories about faith under fire will be highlighted at the 14th annual LDS Film Festival, which kicks off Wednesday at Orem’s SCERA Center for the...
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  • (Courtesy photo)   Reb Fleming as Lillian Hellman and Barb Gandy as Mary McCarthy in Pygmalion Production's regional premiere of Utah theater review: Pygmalion’s ‘Hellman v. McCarthy’ is sassy and funny
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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
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Odyssey Dance Theatre, in celebration of its 20th anniversary season, presents a world premiere of Odyssey Dance: So you think 'Carmen' can dance?
    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...
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  • Ann Cannon: What if she grows up to be a writer?
    The problem with making a friend when you’re 11 years old is that you have no idea who that friend will be when she grows up. With any luck, that frie...
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  • Utahn Katie Weinner works with a pasta machine on Utah chef popping back up in Salt Lake food scene after ‘Top Chef’ run
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  • Review: Iron & Wine releases choice archive material
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The Octopus appetizer, four pieces of tender meat, garnished with chunks of celery, crushed olives and sliced jalapeño, at the Copper Kitchen in Holladay. Restaurant review: Copper Kitchen is welcome addition to an accomplished family
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  • President Barack Obama bows his head towards the Dalai Lama as he was recognized during the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, Thursday, Feb. 5, 2015.  The annual event brings together U.S. and international leaders from different parties and religions for an hour devoted to faith. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) Commentary: Is Obama a Christian? It may depend on what you mean by ‘Christian’
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  • Pope Francis shakes hands with German Chancellor Angela Merkel during a private audience at the Vatican Saturday, Feb. 21, 2015. (AP Photo/L' Osservatore Romano, Pool) Pope, Merkel discuss Ukraine and fight against poverty
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  • In this picture taken Thursday, Feb. 5, 2015, British musician Jimmy Page of rock group Led Zeppelin, during an interview with Associated Press in London. Jimmy Page started the project because he couldn’t believe how bad Led Zeppelin sounded. The legacy of the band he’d devoted much of his life to was being muddied by the way its classic studio albums sounded when reproduced on the ubiquitous MP3 players that are popular today. Instead of accepting that future generations would have to hear a cramped, compressed version of Led Zep’s sonic booms, Page has devoted several years to completely re-mastering the band’s extensive catalog in a labor of love that is, with the release of “Physical Graffiti” on Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth) Jimmy Page revels in new Led Zeppelin re-masters
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