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Originally published in Salt Lake magazine

Theater Review: Something Rotten at the Eccles

It was during the mid-first-act number “The Black Death”—a jaunty little song and dance from Something Rotten! celebrating the sunnier side of the bubonic plague—that I remembered I was supposed to be taking notes for this review. Was I having fun watching theater? It didn’t hurt...
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Originally published in Salt Lake magazine

How to enjoy a glass of wine at the Eccles Theater

When the ECCLES THEATER opened its doors last year, we celebrated the civilized addition of alcohol service at the new venue. But when it comes to showtime, Utah can’t quite get it right. Play our game and see if you can land a glass of...
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Originally published in Salt Lake magazine

Theater Review: An American in Paris at the Eccles

Subtlety in these days is difficult. Subtle doesn’t shove plot points down your throat or play the hits. It doesn’t make lewd jokes. Subtle does not rock, neither does it roll. There are no puppets in starring roles and no one flies on wires or...
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Originally published in The Inertia

4 Bears Ears National Monument Myths Utah Legislators Want You to Believe

As one of his last acts as president, Barack Obama employed the mighty Antiquities Act to create Bears Ears National Monument in Southeastern Utah.The monument, which was requested by representatives of Native American tribes and a coalition of environmental groups, archeologists and recreation lovers, contains...
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Originally published in The Inertia

The Central Wasatch is a Damn National Treasure, Let’s Make It Official

If you are a Utah skier, boarder, hiker, or mountain biker—or, if you dig coming to Utah to do those things, which you should—you need to know about the effort to create the Central Wasatch National Conservation Recreation Area. This is a big deal for...