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Entertainment // Dining // Calendar // Shopping // Nightlife Utah’s Entertainment Guide May 2013

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12 INside with Travis Wall Shaping Sound’s performance.

14 Mother’s Day gifts

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8 Roadtrip stops

16 Pride nightlife

10 Jersey Boys

18 Around town

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ON THE COVER Jersey Boys is a blockbuster phenomenon that takes you up the charts, across the country and behind the music of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. Coming to Capitol Theatre this May.

Dining // SLC Foodie dishes on date night at Vivace.

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Late night celebrations for Pride.

A list of some of the areas must-do events, concerts and more to get you out of the house and around town.

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Heber Valley Adventure A close-to-home staycation

You don’t have to travel far for a fun or relaxing getaway! Heber and Midway offer a vast array of entertainment activities to take advantage of the summer. Whether it’s a family affair or a couple’s retreat, the breathtaking mountains

Places & Activities

Homestead Crater One of the most unique activities you’ll ever experience, the Homestead Crater is a geothermal spring hidden within a 55-foottall, beehive-shaped limestone rock located on the Homestead Property. Guests can scuba, snorkel, swim or just enjoy a relaxing soak in the therapeutic waters. For more information, visit:


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Homestead/Zermatt Resorts Both the Homestead and Zermatt Resorts offer family activities, including an 18-hole putt putt course, carousel rides, an activity center, plenty of open space to run and play, a summer concert series and movie nights under the stars, indoor and outdoor pools, the 18-hole Crater Springs Golf Course, tennis, volleyball, shuffleboard and so much more. For more information, visit and www. Heber Valley Cheese Heber Valley Artisan Cheese is a familyowned-and-operated creamery in the heart of Midway, Utah that serves some of the finest handcrafted specialty and artisan cheeses in the state. Visitors are welcome to come in for a tour (typically Thursdays, or by appointment) and are always invited to taste free samples. To learn more, visit Max Zipline Max Zipline is Utah's newest treetop canopy zip-line tour adventure adjacent to the Provo River. Guests will experience breathtaking mountain scenery as they

soar across treetops and fly with the birds. For more information, visit

All that stuff in the barn For all the ladies visiting Midway, make sure to fit a few hours in to shop at All That Stuff In The Barn! The Barn is Midway’s haven for all things home and decor. For more information, visit

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Outdoor Recreation Water Activities Three reservoirs surround the Heber Valley: Jordanelle to the north, Deer Creek to the southwest, and Strawberry in the hills to the southeast. Jordanelle and Deer Creek, both Utah State Parks, are ideal for boating and water sports. Strawberry is long known for premier fishing and has predictable afternoon winds that make for fantastic sailing as well. For more information, visit www. and www. Hiking From a gentle stroll through Cascade Springs to a strenuous backpacking trip up Mount Timpanogos, the trails around Heber Valley are sure to delight hikers of all intensity levels.

pavement and minimal traffic of Heber Valley roads are a refreshing canvas. Fishing Winding down the middle of Utah’s Heber Valley stretches the Provo River — long, deep and brimming with up to 3,000 fish per mile. The Provo boasts a placement on the list of the top ten trout streams in the United States, with wild brown, cutthroat and rainbow trout. For younger fishermen, try the children’s fishing pond at the visitor’s center of the Wasatch State Park. Golf 90 holes on five golf courses including the recently renovated and renamed Crater Springs Golf Course

Biking Mountain biking trails stretch into the Wasatch Range, offering a variety of terrain for any level of mountain biker. For those who prefer road biking the wide

Food Z’s Steak and Chop Haus Z’s Steak & Chop Haus located in the Zermatt Resort is a European style prime steakhouse that serves only the finest cuts of prime aged steaks, local steaks when available, chops, seafood and European-style items. To make a reservation, call 866-643-2015. Tarahumara Named for the native Tarahumara people of Chihuahua, Mexico, this family-owned restaurant offers some of the most popular Mexican food in Utah. Call 435654-3465 for reservations. Homestead Fudge Homestead guests rave about the famous fudge. English walnuts and pecans, pure butter, real cream and sugar blend together to create rich, creamy fudge that are available to sample or to take home. For information on these or any other activities, contact Jeff Burton at jburton@ or 801-481-9482.

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The Copper Onion 111 E Broadway, Salt Lake City (801) 355-3282

Hours Lunch: Mon-Fri 11:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Brunch: Sat-Sun 10:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Dinner: Fri-Sat 5:00 P.M.-11:00 p.m. We recently had some friends in town who used to live here and one of their first questions was, "What are the new popular places to dine in town?" Without much thinking I told them about The Copper Onion. If any place has received hype in the last year, it is The Copper Onion. Quickly after my recommendation we headed to there to make sure all the hype was still true. First of all, getting a seat at The Copper Onion can be difficult as of late. After a few phone calls and a little planning we finally got a reservation and had an early dinner at this Salt Lake City hot spot. After our first course of local cheeses and meats, we were off to a good start in confirming all the talk around town. A quick chat with our waiter and the sommelier gave us the confidence we needed to put our meal journey into their very capable hands. We would enjoy a few courses paired with wines of their recommending. The Copper Onion is definitely a restaurant where you can trust the recommendations and guidance of the local staff. They've got a first class service staff and sommelier, Jim Santangelo. All of the waitstaff brilliantly pair their dishes with carefully selected wine. Our second course was the bone marrow, a dish I had heard much about


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but don't know if I would have chosen myself. The dish turned out to be a rich surprise paired exceptionally well with a Willamette Valley Pinot Noir. Our waiter kindly described to us the best way of eating the marrow - slather onto the toasted baguette, top with greens and radishes, sprinkle with sea salt, then drizzle with pan drippings. This elaborate hor dourves satisfied both my daring side and my love of flavor. Per our waiters recommendations we then moved on to a dish of sauteed wild mushrooms covered with a perfectly cooked fried egg. Personally, I am starting to believe that everything tastes better with a fried egg on top, but earthy mushrooms didn't need much help in flavor. The simple combo turned out to be a mouthful of bursting flavor. With this satisfying dish we enjoyed the Casale del Duccio Chianti, which turned out to be my favorite wine of the evening.

The next dish to grace our table was their take on Beef Stroganoff, a housemade pappardelle pasta topped with juicy wagyu beef, that, quite literally, melted in our mouths. This dish, though a little on the heavy side, was possibly our favorite taste of the evening, though I must say we didn't have a bite all night that we didn't fully enjoy. We ended things just right, with a slice of their French Apple Cake topped with a reduced maple sauce, splash of whisky and a maple ice cream - traditional decadence at is best. The hype is all true - flavor at its best is to be found at The Copper Onion. And you will find yourself in good hands, due to their highly trained staff. Your chances of popping in and getting a table are small. Make a reservation but leave any food reservations you might have at home.


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Five favorite restaurants across Utah

There is always one thing we never forget to take into account when traveling to our favorite Utah vacation destinations—food! Whether we are just going a few cities away, or from one corner of the state to the other, knowing what food we are going to eat along the way, and when we get there, is always a deal breaker. Here are five places to grab some luscious sustenance on your way to some of Utah’s most famous vacation spots. frontier village Fish Lake National Forest, Richfield UT


Ever heard of Fish Lake? If not, it’s a hidden Utah destination you won’t want to miss—and don’t forget to make a stop off I-70 at this tasty restaurant. Inside is a western theme that will have you craving steak and potatoes in an instant! Be sure to choose the “Frontier Potatoes” when given the option— they’re one of a kind. Blue Bird Cafe Bear Lake, Logan UT


This vintage café is as unique and beautiful as the Lake that is close by— Bear Lake. Stop by for a complete throw back to the turn of the century and enjoy some classic home-style food. If you love sweets too, pick up some classic treats at the old soda fountain counter on your way out.

Sunset grill Arches, Moab UT


The famous arches in Utah draw thousands of visitors each year for their beauty— they are simply a sight everyone must see. It’s a good thing there is a fun restaurant like Sunset Grill on the way to make the experience that much more memorable. From their Shrimp Scampi to Cream Brulé, this classy restaurant is a must stop if you’re in the mood to splurge. Sonny Boys bbq Zion National Park, Cedar City UT


Good barbeque is hard to find unless you’re in the South. Thankfully Sonny Boys’ mouthwatering barbeque selection is on the way to the beautiful Zion National Park. Because of Sonny Boys’ passion for good food, you can enjoy great Southern dishes like Pulled Poke and Hushpuppies without ever needing to travel far. The rocking v cafe Lake Powell, Kanab UT


For those who are earth-conscious, The Rocking V Café has got you covered. You can enjoy flavorsome dishes like Andouille Sausage with Creole Sauce and Jalapeño Lime Chicken all with peace of mind in knowing that this restaurant not only makes amazing food, but also helps save the environment. Make it a stop on your way to Lake Powell—you’ll absolutely love it.


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The Phenomenon

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Forget about show-stopping finales. In Jersey Boys, the smash-hit musical about the rise and fall of The Four Seasons, the pinnacle of excitement comes about 45 minutes into the first act. That’s when back-to-back presentations of three of the group’s biggest hits—“Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” and “Walk Like a Man”—are greeted with enough thunderous applause to start a downpour. “At that moment, the audience has forgotten they’re watching four actors and they root for these four guys as though they really are The Four Seasons in their youth,” says Rick Elice, one of the show’s book writers. “The response is so sincere and enthusiastic and over the top that it’s impossible to believe anything else.” It’s also somewhat surprising. After all, The Four Seasons may have been one of the most successful groups of the 1960s, but history hasn’t institutionalized them the way it has The Beatles or other bands popular with that era’s counterculture. But Elice thinks that’s one reason why fans are so hungry for their music and the incredible story of four Italian-American kids from the wrong side of the New Jersey tracks who could just as easily have ended up in prison as on the pop charts.


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“In many ways, the band was a reflection of the people who were buying their records,” Elice notes. “They didn’t have long hair or accents. There was no glamour quotient to them at all, which is why they were never written about. For fans of the band, the show is an edification of who they are because the cultural establishment ignored them, too. These weren’t the people who went down to Washington and marched against the war; these were the guys who shipped out and went to Vietnam. And the respect that the band is getting all these years later somehow feels like respect for them, too.” “In the first act, the songs are presented pretty much chronologically, as they took place within the life of the band,” explains Elice, who prefers to describe Jersey Boys as a “play with music” instead of

employing the much-maligned “jukebox musical” moniker. “In the second act, the music is more cunningly chosen to reflect either directly or by contrast what the band is going through at the point where things start to fall apart,” said Elise. As members leave the group one by one, it’s to a medley of “Stay,” “Let’s Hang On (To What We’ve Got),” “Opus 17 (Don’t You Worry ’Bout Me)” and “Bye, Bye, Baby.” Jersey Boys was born when Elice, for many years the creative director of Broadway advertising agency Serino Coyne, was contacted by a former client who had the option on The Four Seasons catalog. Elice had written a couple of plays and always wanted to work with Brickman, who was a poker buddy. But as they interviewed the three surviving Seasons, they faced a predicament over how to tell the group’s

Entertainment “true” story when they couldn’t even figure out what it was. Elice and Brickman met with Bob Gaudio and Frankie Valli, the two Seasons who, way back when, formed a business partnership with a handshake that still stands today. “They started to describe what it was like to be blue-collar kids, firstgeneration Americans, Roman Catholic, high school dropouts who were flirting with careers in crime in an environment where people had two pictures on the living room wall: the Pope and Frank Sinatra,” Elice recounts. “It was the archetypal American rags-to-riches story: You you start with nothing, achieve success, and then try to navigate your life through the waters of success.” But when they contacted Tommy DeVito, the initial driving force behind the group until gambling debts put him on the outs with the mob, “He said, ‘Don’t listen to them, I’ll tell you what really happened,’” Elice recalls. That’s when they decided to structure the show the Rashomon way, —by letting each character tell his own account. As Tommy says at the beginning of the show, “You ask four guys, you get four different versions.”

Each Season narrates a portion of the story, including bass player Nick Massi. Brickman and Elice drew their portrait of him from the memories of the other survivors. “There was a great mystery to Nick,” Elice says. “Today you would call him obsessivecompulsive with sort of a sideline in sexual addiction. One day we realized the correlative for Nick would be to think of him as the Ringo of the band. In any group there’s going to be someone who’s off to the side.” That gave them the chance to focus on the Tommy-Frankie-Bob dynamic that first propels The Four Seasons to the top of the charts and eventually breaks them apart. “This was really a love triangle without any sexual component,” Elice observes. “There was Tommy, who discovered Frankie when he was a teenager and held the trio group of Tommy, Nick, and Frankie together when they were a cover band. Then Bob, this new, young talent, came on the scene, and Frankie turned away from Tommy and turned toward Bob because Frankie and Bob were simpatico.” Valli and Gaudio saw in each other what the group needed to succeed: Gaudio, already a songwriting prodigy when he

joined the group, wrote or co-wrote many of the group’s signature songs, which accentuated Valli’s vast vocal range and commanding falsetto. DeVito, meanwhile, piled up a huge debt. But by then the Seasons were more than just a group: They’d become a family, and that put their loyalty to the test. “Tommy gave Frankie and Bob an opportunity to do what families always do,” Elice says. “No matter what kind of betrayals occur, you always stand up for another person in the family because the ties that bind are so strong.” DeVito may also have been dealing with his own family issues. As The Four Seasons climbed the charts, his brother, who once had been part of the band, was behind bars. And for Elice, that’s the essence of the show—family. “That was a very powerful hook,” he says. “We all know what it’s like to want acceptance, to want respect, and to try to find a sense of home with people who are not just the family we’re born into but the family that we choose. Diane Snyder is a freelance journalist whose work has appeared in Time Out New York, The Wall Street Journal, and American Theatre.

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Travis Wall What kind of dance does your company focus on? We are a contemporary dance company. We use a lot of contemporary music, but our show is very eclectic. There’s musical theatre, electronic and contemporary music––you name it! There’s a whole range of music and, depending on the music, we move differently and that’s why we are called Shaping Sound. We are a very music-driven company. Our musicality and choreography is what we’re best at. We create different movements and images based off of the music.

Why are you coming to Salt Lake out of all the cities you could go to? Utah’s always one of the best places, and our favorite place to go because the dancers are truly world-class. Dancers that go to nationals and compete against the entire United States are usually from Utah if they win! The studios, training, technique and work-ethic that all of the kids have in Utah is just amazing.

What’s been your best dance event in Utah? We just had NUVO in Utah (Ogden, April 19-20) and it was the best competition I’ve ever seen on a regional stage. It actually looked like a national competition. It looked like what we’re going to see this year at the dance awards in New York City this July! It was the biggest turnout we’ve ever had and, honestly, the competition was like number, after number, after number of amazement. I was like, ‘How are we going to pick who wins?’ It was really hard. Our highest award is called DJ’s Pick, which means you score 97 or higher from each judge. We, honestly, give out maybe two, three or four in each city we go to, and at NUVO in Ogden, I kid you not, we literally gave out 30 or 40. That’s how many

Travis Wall So You Think You Can Dance runner-up, Travis Wall, shares his amazement with Utah’s dance talent. Travis will be teaching a dance workshop and performing at Capitol Theatre with his dance crew, Shaping Sound on May 25. More information at


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high-scores we gave out––it was crazy!

What genres of dance are Utahns the best at? There is amazing ballet technique, but also a lot of Utah studios develop really good ballroom and hip hop dancers. The thing is in Utah, the studios train the kids in techniques of all genres of dance. I feel like a lot of times, across the United States, dancers don’t train in a lot of different styles–but these kids (from Utah) can do everything.

Why do you think the dancers in Utah are world-class? I don’t think the kids get too distracted away from dance, and the studios are great! I also think there’s a discipline trait there. They’re hungry––they want to be there (in the studios)! They aren’t being forced to be there, and I think that makes a big difference.

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Q's Mother's Day Pick: Often times, mothers spend more time taking care of others and they forget to spend time on themselves. For the mom-on-the-go, Q Clothing has stylish options to make getting dressed in the morning easy. We’ve paired comfortable shorts with embellished lace detail ($56) with a light flowy tank ($36) for that relaxed look. Don’t forget that adding a colorful lightweight scarf ($26) is not only functional, but it’s also a great way to lift an everyday outfit. Finish it off with a bright bag ($32), your sunglasses ($14) and a pair of gladiator sandals ($32). In this outfit, you’ll sure to be all the talk around the sandbox!


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What's your favorite gift for Mother's Day (besides hugs, kisses and heart-felt cards)? I really like flowers because they are like relationships. One has to take the time to stop and enjoy them or you really miss out on the beauty, uniqueness, and the "special something" they have to offer.  One of my sayings as mother is, "Slow down — take time to stop and smell the flowers.” Life, for me, is most enjoyed when each step is appreciated.

Best Mother's Day memory? A simple memory — A picnic up in Fernwood Park in Layton, UT. On Mother's Day my family will plan the meal, shop for it, prepare the food and then we either go on a picnic or have a BBQ. Oh, and they clean up too! (A dream day, right?).  Like my mother, it's just nice to have the family gathered.  We live in a world of abundance and it seems the world puts so much emphasis on gifts, when really the way to go is to spend time together, sharing and caring.

Best gift you’ve given for Mother's Day? Mom lived frugally and we always bought her something that she wouldn't purchase for herself. But--those gifts are not what I remember. What mom loved most was to have a Mother's Day dinner at her home with all of us seven siblings and our families attending. After dinner, the siblings would gather around the piano and sing songs. She treasured the gift of music in our home. She provided the lessons and our gift to her was to give back to others using our talents.

What do you miss most about your mom? Her laughter, her ability to make all people, now matter their status, feel important and loved. I miss being able to call her up on the phone for a visit and just to say "Hi, mom."  The fact that she isn't here for the graduations and weddings of her grandchildren, and the birth of any of her great-grandchildren leaves a large whole in our hearts.  She was a wonderful mother and grandmother and I wish my in-laws and children's children could have spent time with her on this beautiful earth.


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Pride week: After dark Salt Lake City is known for its large and widely attended Pride Festival. During the day you can participate in the Pride Parade, the Pride Festival, and other activities. However, after dark is when the party really gets started. Check out these great nightlife activities during Pride weekend! Club Jam: 751 North 300 West Club Jam has been voted the best gay bar in Salt Lake City five years running and Pride weekend is their busiest time of the year. For Pride 2013, Jam will be hosting the Pride Idol Karaoke Contest on Wednesday night. On Thursday night, enjoy the Pride Mixer with ‘’ and hip-hop music by Beets by Veets. On Friday, Jam will get you moving with their Bear Bust Pride Party with DJ Harry Cross and the Andre Christian Underwear Models! The party keeps hopping on Saturday with Jam’s Pre-Pride Party, and Sunday Jam will open early at noon! Because this is Jam’s biggest and best party of the year, they will be fencing off their parking lot for outdoor fun which will include a stage, beer and liquor garden, and a variety of entertainment. If you are lucky, you might even run into some girls from RuPaul’s Drag Race! The Paper Moon: 3737 South State Street Join The Paper Moon for some of the best Pride parties around. On Friday, The Paper Moon will be putting on their famous annual White Party! The Paper Moon will transform into a black light palace, so be sure to dress in your favorite white garb and get ready to dace while guest DJs spin the night away. Saturday night, they change things up with their Rainbow Bash – The Paper Moon will metamorphose into a rainbow-filled lounge and guests are encouraged to be as colorful as possible! On Sunday night, gear up for their yearly Pride Party with guest DJs, pridethemed games, and their annual taco-eating contest. Make sure to watch The Paper Moon’s facebook page and website for ticket sales and prices, coming the first of May. The Green Pig Pub: 31 East 400 South The Green Pig Pub is a great place to be before AND after Pride! Enjoy featured drinks all weekend and entertainment starting on Friday, May 31st with music from Marinade. Don’t miss out on the dance party Saturday night when The Green Pig celebrates Pride with beats from


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The Vision. Sunday evening after the parade and festival, The Green Pig will be hosting a party with Princess Kennedy and a special guest DJ on Salt Lake City’s only rooftop patio! Be sure to show your Pride with The Green Pig’s party favors, free raffles, and door prizes! Gracie’s: 326 South West Temple Come enjoy the deck and patio over at Gracie’s! Cornhole, free shuffleboard and pool can be enjoyed with our delicious summer specialty cocktails: The Blackberry Basil, Hop-Skip-and Go Naked, a plethora of flavored mojitos in mango, blackberry, cucumber, coconut, pom and many more! 5/31 Nate Robinson Trio, 6–9pm 6/1 Saturday Brunch, 11am–3pm and Marmalade Hill 10pm–1am 6/2 Sunday Brunch, 10am–3pm; Eric Anthony 1–4pm; The Number Ones 6–9pm The Tavernacle Social Club: 201 East 300 South The Tavernalce will greet you at the door with a festive rainbow beverage to show their Pride support! You won’t be able to miss this must-hit nightlife spot, as they are located right where the Pride parade ends and the festival begins! Stop by after the festival to sing your favorite pride-themed tune and hit the dance floor – the Tavernacle is making space to fit everyone! Interfaith Service: 2425 Heritage Way (2760 South) Looking for a nightlife event other than a bar party? Share your spiritual side at this Interfaith Service held in partnership with The Utah Pride Interfaith Coalition. Honor your spirituality and that of others and by acknowledging our differences and celebrating the divine in yourself. Service will be held on Thursday, May 30 at 7:00 p.m., to kick off Pride weekend.


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May datebook The Salt Lake area is filled with things to do this month! Dining 5/2 PAINT, WINE AND DINE–Salt Lake City–Restaurants and Bars The Paint Mixer has teamed up with Fats Grill, to offer the most entertaining, unique and trendy experience. Guests will create the featured piece of art while sipping, laughing, and dining with friends and family. Follow step–by–step instruction from a talented artist, and take home a masterpiece. A selection of wines, beverages, small appetizers and tapas will be available for purchase. 6:30 p.m.; $45, Fats Grill, 2182 S Highland Drive, SLC 5/12 Mother's Day Brunch The menu consists of family style servings of traditional and caramel croissants, Cold Creek Cheddar quiche, La Caille French Toast, grilled salmon, applewood smoked bacon, country sausage, lyonnaise potatoes, asparagus with hollandaise and much, much more! For dessert: children’s craft making and petite confections. 10:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.; Adults $39, Children (4–12) $19, 3 and Under–complimentary, La Caille, 9565 South Wasatch Boulevard, Sandy 5/12 MOTHER'S DAY BRUNCH BUFFET at Gardner Village After all the meals she has prepared, why not treat her to a delicious Brunch Buffet at The Gathering Place. Enjoy a variety of breakfast and lunch items like their carved meat station, your omelet or crepe creations and plenty of salads and breads. Seating is on a first–come, first–served basis with no reservations accepted. 9:00a.m–3:00 p.m.; $12.95–$21.95, Gardner Village, 1100 West 7800 South, West Jordan 5/21 PAINT, WINE AND DINE—Salt Lake City—Restaurants and Bars The Paint Mixer has teamed up with The Tin Angel, to offer the most entertaining, unique and trendy experience. Follow step–by–step instruction from a talented artist, and take home a masterpiece. A selection of wines, beverages, small plate appetizers and tapas will be available for purchase. 6:30 p.m.; $45, Tin Angel, 365 West 400 South, SLC 5/30–5/31 Taste Makers Discover the best of Utah wining and dining under the SLC skyline. Your two–day Tastemakers pass lets you sample tastings and pairings from Utah's best. 5pm–10 p.m.; $30–$75, Gallivan Center, 239 S. Main Str., SLC


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Concerts 5/10 The Egg and Sophie Barker Co–Headline tour 9:00 p.m.; $16–$21,The Depot 400 West South Temple, SLC 5/13 The Shins 8:00 p.m.; $62.50, Park City Live, 427 Main Street, Park City 5/17 John Gorka 8:00 p.m.; $25–$40, Egyptian Theatre–Park City, 328 Main Street, Park City 5/22 Insane Clown Posse–The Mighty Death Pop Tour 7:45p.m.; $26, The Complex, 537 W. 100 South, SLC 5/29 The Postal Service 8:00 p.m.; $35–$40, The Great Saltair, 12408 West Saltair Drive, Magna 5/21 Vampire Weekend

5/3 Patrick Keane and Todd Sawyer Headliners Patrick Keane and Todd Sawyer make light of everyday absurdities. 8:00 p.m.; $15, Egyptian Theatre, 328 Main street, Part City 5/3–5/4 Felipe Esparza WINNER the 2010 season of NBC’s “Last Comic Standing.”. 7:30p.m. and 9:30 p.m.; $20, Wise Guys WVC, 2194 W. 3500 South, West Valley City 5/16 Monty Python’s Spamalot 2009 Tony Award winner for Best Musical lovingly


5/20 8:00 p.m.; $35-$80,Capitol Theatre, 50 West 200 South, SLC The dance dream that spawned Oxygen’s hit show All The Right Moves goes from screen to stage: Experience the exhilarating collaboration of dance’s new visionaries as they mash up music genres and styles in one explosive performance.

6:00 p.m.; $40 garden members, $45 general Public, $30 children, Red Butte Garden and Arboretum, 300 Wakara Way, SLC 5/30 Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros 6:30 p.m.; $34 garden members, $39 general Public, $24 children, Red Butte Garden and Arboretum, 300 Wakara Way,SLC


5/3 Andy Warhol & the Readymade Persona Andy Warhol’s Screen Tests are a seminal moment in the history of portraiture. Warhol asked hundreds of people to take five minutes and just sit in front of the camera without direction. The result reveals an essence of the person. Free, Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, 20 South West Temple, SLC

Performances 5/1 The Lone Stranger: Trigger Happy Desert Star is ready to poke fun at this classic cowboy and indian team in “The Lone Stranger.” Don’t miss our hilarious version! Desert Star Theatre, 4861 S. State Street, Murray

ripped off from the classic film comedy Monty Python and the Holy Grail. 7:30 p.m.; Midvale Performing Arts Center, 695 W. 7720 South, Midvale 5/16–5/26 The Righteous and Very Real Housewives of Utah County The Righteous and Very Real Housewives of Utah County is the story of Emma Harris, a passionate, elderly Mormon widow and the younger wives of the Pratt family. Emma defies social and religious conventions to give herself a second chance at love. 7:30p.m.; $15–$35, The Post Theater at Fort Douglas, 245 S Fort Douglas Blvd, Building 636, SLC, More information at:


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Festivals & Special Events 5/1–5/31 Gardner Village 33rd Birthday Celebration


Gardner Village is thrilled to be celebrating its 33rd birthday this month, and everyone is invited to join the party! Enroll in a cooking, jewelry–making or knitting class. There’s so much to do at Gardner Village. Enjoy a day in May with us! Gardner Village, 1100 West 7800 South, West Jordan

The 2nd Annual River Rail Relay is a 50–mile relay run from Roy, Utah to Gardner Village. Get your 4, 2 or 1 person teams together for this fun way to run the Wasatch Front along a closed trail system. Find more information and register at: Gardner Village, 1100 West 7800 South, West Jordan

5/4 Girls Scouts of Utah Recognition of Excellence Join Us in Recognizing Girl Scouts Gold, Silver, and Bronze Awards, Cornelia Benton Scholarship, Girl Scout 10 Year Awards, Graduating Girl Scouts and Adult Council Level Awards. 10:30a.m.–2:15p.m.; $20–$30, Hilton Salt Lake City Center, 255 S. West Temple, got to: for more info.

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Around Town 5/21 Girls Scouts of Utah Founder’s Day Breakfast 8:00a.m.; Ogden Marriott Hotel, 247 24th Street · Ogden, UT 5/25 SIT and KNIT BIRTHDAY BASH at Kamille’s at Gardner Village

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5/17 10:00a.m.-6:00 p.m.; $9/Adults, $7/Children (3-17),The Living Planet Aquarium, 725 East 10600 South, Sandy Protecting America’s wildlife and plants today is a legacy they leave to their children and grandchildren. 5/4 Tour De Brewthah This year’s event will be themed, MAY THE FOURTH BE WITH YOU! The Tour de Brewtah provides cyclists with a fun, meaningful event, engaging them with Utah’s craft breweries while supporting local non–profit organizations. 11am, Gallivan center, 239 S. Main Street, SLC, 5/17 Bike Bonanza Racers, weekend riders, kids, families — it’s time to celebrate cycling! Bring your family and friends. Win bikes, bike accessories, helmets, t–shirts, and more! 4:00p.m.–8:00 p.m.; free, Gallivan Center, 239 S. Main Street, SLC, 5/17 5th Annual Bicycle Art Show Bicycle Art Show is an annual art show associated with Gallery Stroll and SLC Bicycle Company. This event is driven by our passion for bicycles and art. It 6:00p.m.–9:00 p.m.; SLC Bicycle Company, 177 East, 200 South, SLC 5/17 Elite Fight Night XVI This will be the third installment of UFC superstar Jeremy Horn’s MMA Fighting event. This event will feature up to 10 Mixed Martial Arts bouts with both professional and amateur fights. The main event will be a grueling bout between David Allred and Gabe Francis. This will be an 21+ event with both VIP Ring–Side tables and GA Stadium Seating. now on sale at and www.smithstix. com. 7:00 p.m.; $25, The Complex, 536 West 100 South, SLC 5/18 Armed Forces Day Join us for a celebration of our Nations Armed Forces! Enjoy the amazing Choral Arts Society of Utah performing with the Utah National Guard 23rd Army Band and FIREWORKS starting at 9pm! 4:00p.m.–9:00 p.m.; free, Gallivan Center, 239 S. Main Street, SLC,

Gardner Village is turning 33, and Kamille’s is throwing a Saturday Sit and Knit Birthday Bash to celebrate! Cost is $12 per person and will include a FREE men’s pattern. Space is limited. Call and reserve your spot at 801.282.0477. Gardner Village, 1100 West 7800 South, West Jordan

Workshops 5/4 A Beginners Yoga Work Shop This Beginners Workshop offers a safe, supportive, empowering environment for you to learn the basics of our power yoga flow. 1:00p.m.–4:00 p.m.; $30, Salt Lake Power Yoga, 250 East Broadway, SLC 5/5 YogART! The workshop will consist of a yoga session followed by the unique and relaxing painting experience, where guests will be guided through a meditative and creative discovery with the perfect balance of paint and inspiration. The cost of each Painting and Yoga Session is $59. The Cost includes includes a Yoga session followed by a painting session. We will provide each guest with all the need materials, as well as quickly set–up and clean– up. 1:00p.m.–3:00 p.m.; $59, Salt Lake Power Yoga, 250 East Broadway, SLC 5/8–5/22 PERENNIALS FOR THREE SEASONS Learn about a large and diverse selection of perennials suited to your Utah garden and how to select plant combinations that offer color and blooms from early spring until frost. Wednesdays from 6:30–8:30pm.; Red Butte Garden, 300 Wakara Way, SLC, Preregister at 801–587–5433 or at 5/9 & 5/16 Grow Your Own Herbs Whether you are planning a new herb garden, improving an existing one, or growing in pots on your patio or windowsill, this class will help you get the most fro the herbs you grow. 6:30p.m.–8:30 p.m.; Preregister at 801–587–5433 or online at, Red Butte Garden, 300 Wakara Way, SLC 5/11 Arm balancing and Inversions Workshop This workshop will tackle a wide array of arm balances in a way that will dissolve all fears while creating lightness and playfulness on your mat.

1:00p.m.–3:00 p.m.; $24–$30, Salt Lake Power Yoga, 250 East Broadway, SLC 5/16 VEGETABLE CONTAINER GARDENING WORKSHOP Learn which vegetables and herbs do best in containers and tricks to keep them producing all summer and fall. Plant the vegetable sprouts of your choice and take them home in a 15” container to enjoy at home. 6:00p.m.–9:00 p.m.; Preregister at 801–581–8454 or Red Butte Garden, 300 Wakara Way, SLC 5/18 Acro Yogo Workshop Bring your favorite partner to yoga for some partner posing! 1:00p.m.–3:30 p.m.; Salt Lake Power Yoga, 250 East Broadway, SLC 5/19 Chakra Workshop With Denise Druce as you breakdown the mysteries of your Root Chakra. 12:30p.m.–3:30 p.m.; Salt Lake Power Yoga, 250 East Broadway, SLC 5/23 & 5/30 GARDENING IN CONTAINERS Transform your balcony, deck or patio into a soothing outdoor retreat of flowering plants. 6:30–8:30 p.m.; Preregister at 801–587–5433 or at www.continue. Red Butte Garden, 300 Wakara Way, SLC

Sporting Events Salt Lake Bees $5–$26, Spring Mobile Ballpark, 77 West1300 South, SLC

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