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We’ve mapped out a few places you can explore.

get an insider’s look at The gym at City Creek, complete with state of the art fitness equipment, on site physical therapy and spa hair services.

Downtown Map

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Don’t be caught without a plan this Valentine’s day. There is something for every taste on our list.

City Creek Gym

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SLC Foodie review

becky dishes on date night at Vivace. yea, it’s better than good.

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Eat here now

Salt Lake dining has plenty of unforgetable restaurants. empress your Valentine with a special night out at one of these great spots.

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Chelsie Hightower Shares what she loves about utah.

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Shopping

Finding the right gift is the can be challenge this every for your loved one.

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Entertainment

utah, known for some of the best and most scenic sporting events in the world. We’ve picked a few races to set your sites on this year. but there are plenty more.

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a listing of some of the areas must-do events, concerts, and more!

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Does the thought of another Valentine’s Day fill you with dread because you’re not sure what to do for your sweetheart? Tired of the same old thing and need some ideas? Salt Lake City offers plenty of romance to impress that special someone. Show that you have great taste No romantic evening is complete without fine dining. Sitting across the table from the one you love while enjoying a sumptuous feast (or a sinfully rich dessert) is the perfect opportunity for engaging conversation and companionship. These favorite spots fill up fast, so don’t forget to make a reservation early! Cucina Toscana 307 W. Pierpont Avenue, SLC Host Walter Nassi has enough love to go around all year—not just on Valentine’s

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Day. Don’t be surprised if you’re on the receiving end of a warm embrace from this icon of Salt Lake City’s culinary scene. You’ll love your dinner just as much. Italian elegance is on display with every dish. Try the saffron risotto with edible gold leaf and ignite your passion for food. Martine Café #200 22 E. 100 South, SLC Beautiful small plates influenced by Spanish, French, and North African flavors are the specialty in this quiet, intimate setting. Create pairings of

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exquisite ingredients and exotic tastes with an impressive selection of wines. Bambara 202 S. Main Street, SLC The historic Hotel Monaco is home to this classy establishment serving the finest new American cuisine. Why not get a luxurious room to retire to after dinner? While you wait for your table, enjoy a drink at the adjoining bar, the Vault. The Paris 1500 South 1500 East The next best thing to a trip to Paris, this bistro specializes in rich French dishes in an atmosphere that is like taking a step into early 20th century France. The beautiful zinc bar is sure to impress. Save room for dessert—the chocolate mousse and strawberry millefeuille are mouthwateringly good. ZY Food Wine & cheese 268 S. State St., Salt Lake City, Since opening, ZY Food Wine & Cheese has been known for its well-cultivated, ever-changing wine list with a special


48 Hours IN focus on domestic producers. ZY also offers a contemporary menu with items such as pecan prok, halibut, pave steak, duck breast and baked macaroni and cheese.There isn’t anything else like it in Salt Lake. www.zyrestaurant.com Forage 370 East 900 South Boasting flavor and finesse, Forage is a foodie’s dream. Leisurely meals mean plenty of time to get to know each other better and the opportunity to marvel at the taste sensations on each plate put in front of you. After all, stimulating the senses can be a powerful aphrodisiac.

Don’t be caught empty-handed The perfect gift on Valentine’s Day shows that you care. These unique retailers put their own spin on some classic picks. The English Garden 210 East 400 South The knowledgeable and friendly staff at this posh florist will help you put

together a truly unique arrangement or bouquet. One nontraditional take on a dozen roses places each separate bloom in a lovely compartmentalized box. Tiffany & Co. 50 South Main Street An icon in jewelry and diamond creations, Utahns can now visit their very own local Tiffany in the City Creek Center. The sky’s the limit as far as your wallet is concerned, but did you know you can surprise her with something bright and tasteful in that quintessential Tiffany & Co. box for less than $200? Chocolatier Blue Give the gift of a selection of these visually stunning handcrafted chocolates and it’ll be hard to decide whether to eat them or just stare at the exquisite colors and shapes. Intriguing varieties like sugar cookie, white Russian, grapefruit with rosemary and root beer float might break your trance and help you move from sight to taste. Tony Caputo’s

houses a wide variety of these displays of chocolate craftsmanship. Blue Boutique 1383 East 2100 South An evening browsing at the Blue Boutique might raise a few eyebrows and possibly inspire a giggle or two, but it’s just as likely to spark your imagination as a couple. Don’t be afraid to ask questions; there’s nothing that’ll shock the helpful and experienced staff, and they can get you pointed in the right direction.

Romance is a shared experience Whether your goal is to inspire sighs of relaxation or quick puffs of breathless excitement, the important thing is sharing something memorable this Valentine’s Day. These activities should satisfy whatever pace your heart dictates. Spa at the Grand America 555 South Main Street This luxury spa offers complete relief for what ails you. Couples massage sessions and skin treatments will leave you feeling

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48 Hours IN Kingsbury Hall Presents

Here to Stay: The Gershwin ConCerT experienCe

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A cast of amazing performers sing and dance their way through the legacy of Gershwin favorites, including Crazy for You, Rhapsody in Blue, I Got Rhythm and many more!

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pampered and rejuvenated. Lounge in comfort together wrapped in plush robes as you escape all tension and care. BalleT WesT 50 West 200 South #200 Fairy tale romance is a reality on the stage as ballet West showcases its production of Cinderella this February. you might pick up some tips on how to awaken your inner handsome prince. The show runs February 14–23.. valda e. TarBeT Gallivan CenTer iCe rink 239 South Main Street Ice skating almost guarantees you’ll be holding hands as you glide along on this popular outdoor ice rink. you’ll have a hard time finding something else this fun for less than $10, and the gallivan Center’s central location puts you close to dining and entertainment downtown. Open daily from noon until early evening. GorGoZa Park 3863 Kilby Road, Park City Need an even bigger rush? Lift service sledding will have you laughing (and screaming) as you fly down the snowy runs to the bottom of these steep Park City hills. buddy up on a tube or race your true love to the bottom for bragging rights. Warm up with a coffee or hot chocolate when you’re done. CookinG Classes Sur La Table (10 North Rio Grande Street) Gygi (3500 South 300 West) Harmon’s (135 East 100 South) Team up as you learn a new dish or technique; nothing is sexier than a partner who can cook. These fine stores each offer courses in all kinds of international cuisine, and each have special Valentine’s Day date night classes on various nights in February where you can get your hands dirty together and taste the fruits of your labors when you’re done. get cooking! WhirlYBird heliCoPTer Tours 4235 Airport Road, Ogden get a bird’s eye view of the Salt Lake Valley for something a little different this Valentine’s Day. Cozy up in a helicopter’s close quarters and see utah’s majestic mountain views from a whole new perspective. They can even make your experience extra special with champagne or sparkling cider and dinner at rickenbacker’s Steak House in Ogden when your tour is complete. anniversarY inn 460 South 1000 East or 678 East South Temple The dozens of themed rooms at the anniversary Inn’s two utah locations invite you to use your imagination and have a little fun while you spend the night. rooms feature expansive beds and jetted tubs made for two. go romantic with themes like Juliet’s balcony or aphrodite’s Court or maybe a space-themed room or ancient egypt is more your thing. an in-room HarleyDavidson motorcycle and matching leather sheets? They’ve got that, too.

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Chelsie Hightower Where is your favorite place to grab a bite to eat in Utah? There are so many places I love to go to, but I'll narrow it down to three. The Tree Room at Sundance is one of my favorite places to eat. I have so many great memories there, whether it was for a high school dance, dinner with close friends or a significant other. Porcupine Pub and Grille has an amazing atmosphere and good food. And another favorite on my list is Takashi. This is one of the best sushi restaurants I've been to. If you had 48 hours to do whatever you wanted in Utah what would you do, where would you go? If I had 48 hours to do whatever I wanted in Utah, I'd go to Park City with my family and close friends. We'd rent a couple of condos, ski and snowboard, order in and watch movies. Where is your favorite place to go shopping in Utah?

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My new favorite place to shop in Utah is City Creek! I love the feel and it's about time a West Elm came to Utah.

For the past five years, Chelsie Hightower has wowed audiences with her dancing skills as a professional dancer on Dancing with the Stars. She was a special guest star for a week this summer in the Dancing With The Stars Live show in Las Vegas. Chelsie has assisted with choreography and danced for numerous musical guests on DWTS including: Justin Bieber, Whitney Houston, Nicki Minaj, John Legend, Martina McBride, The Script, Goo Goo Dolls, Heart, Rascal Flatts, Kevin Rudolf, Jewel, Susan Boyle, Melissa Etheridge, The GoGo’s, The Bee Gees, and Train. In July 2010 she received her first Creative EMMY nomination for Outstanding Choreography for her Dancing With The Stars routine, Paso Doble /Malaquena. She co-choreographed the piece with fellow DWTS pro Derek Hough. Born in Las Vegas and raised in Orem, Utah, Chelsie has five older brothers and started dancing in an after school program when she was nine years old. She won her first national title when she was just 11 years old. Chelsie has accomplished a great deal and even has her own dance/activewear clothing line, the Chelsie Hightower Collection for Sugar and Bruno. There is a link to her collection, additional photos, and media information on her website, chelsiehightowerdance.com.

What has been the best part of being on Dancing with the Stars? I've been fortunate to work with people who are legends in there own fields. I have had the pleasure of getting to know them on a deep, personal level. I have also learned from watching them, the way they handle different situations as we take the Dancing with the Stars journey together. Best of all, I'm forming lifelong friendships with these amazing people. These friendships are probably my favorite part of being on Dancing With The Stars. And, of course, I love being able to perform in front of millions of people each week.  Do you have any exciting projects, shows coming up that you can tell us about?  I recently just signed with Reebok to be the 'face' of their new style-driven, colorful Reebok Dance Collection of shoes and apparel. I'm really excited about this opportunity! They have such cute dance and foot wear. It launches February 1. Also, I'm always dancing, performing in shows around the country and taking classes so I can improve my craft and get ready for the next season of Dancing With The Stars! What is some advice you can offer our readers about learning to dance, young and old? Dancing has played a huge role in my life and the person I have become. It pushes me to new levels makes me explore my boundaries. It teaches me how to succeed and for anyone aspiring to be a dancer I say go for it!! At the end of the day, life is about the journey and finding yourself in it. Focusing in on a goal and going for it with everything you have, even if you fall short of the dream. The person you become in the process is greater than the actual prize.

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Shopping

Great Gifts These gift ideas are sure to please.

As Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, too many people find themselves going for the same old, last minute cheap chocolate from the seasonal section of the grocery store and a bunch of sorry looking carnations that have been picked through. This year, instead of kicking the holiday centered all around love to the curb, embrace it and tell the people around you how lucky you are to have them in your life. Be it a significant other, a child or a good friend, Valentine’s Day is a great time to show a little extra thought to the people that make your life great.

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Mosaic is an app that helps you create a physical photo book in minutes, not hours. 20 pages for 20 bucks at your doorstep in a few days. A weekend away. A birthday party. The Holidays. We’re sure you’re an iPhone photographer – so why not create a physical, gorgeous photo album using your mobile device.

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Linnea’s Lights Soy Candles Everyone loves these eco-friendly, Linnea’s Lights candles ($30). Each one is made with natural soy wax and lead-free wicks, and is packaged with recycled or recyclable materials. The best part: The fresh, subtle scents won’t make your house smell like an air freshener. OC Tanner 15 S. State Street, SLC, UT 84111

a Guy’s guide to flowers It’s simple if you pay attention. Red Roses ~ True love If you want to say “I love you.” However, keep in mind: It’s not very creative and everyone else is getting red roses.

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Turkish Bath Gift Set Give your Valentine the sweet treat of a Turkish bath set. The set includes a hand-woven Turkish bath towel, a bar of castile soap in funkyfresh scents like coffee & cinnamon or rose petal, and an exfoliating mitt to get back that healthy glow that winter has taken out of your skin. ($29.95) www.Fair-Hands.com

Pink Carnations ~ A mother’s love. Keep in mind these are a good choice, for mom, sister, daughter... not someone you want to sweep off their feet. Sunflower ~ Purity. These are great for daughters, mothers, someone you don’t have romantic feelings for. Daisies ~ Innocence. Always a great choice for a daughter. Playful and fun, the daisy is perfect for many occasions. Peonies ~ Shame/cheater. If you’re giving these this year, just be prepared to sleep on the couch, for a while. Oh, and probably plan on buying a lot more stuff, expensive stuff.

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A Miche Bag allows you to keep all your essentials in just one purse, and gives you the freedom to enjoy the latest styles with a wide selection of shells to choose from. Who says you can’t have it all with one bag? Miche make it simple and easy. Starting at $36. www.Miche.com

Yellow Tulips ~ Hopeless love. Chances are you’re still trying to convince the person you’re giving these to actually go on a date with you. Good luck. Orchid ~ Beauty. Chances are you are more attracted to yourself than the person receiving them. Yellow Poppies ~ Wealth and success. These would be great for the sugar daddy or mama in your life.

Yellow Roses ~ Joy, friendship, apology, jealousy, dying love, infidelity, and heartbreak...so they mean everything. so grab the closest bouquet of yellow roses and just be glad you made a safe decision.


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True family-style Italian restaurants with authentic Italian food seem hard to come by in Salt Lake. Now, I will not complain about the number or quality of Italian restaurants, because I feel we really do have some fantastic Italian food in the city, but restaurants where you feel completely comfortable bringing the family and can expect delicious food are rare. Vivace fills the hole in that arena. There are no white tablecloths or expensive decor, just the basics—great service and legitimate Italian food served in a comfortable and open environment. Vivace is a part of the Cucina Restaurant Group, which includes the Vivace at the airport, Caterina in Sugarhouse (a French bistro), and Cucina Toscana, which is right next door to Vivace downtown. While Vivace serves up more casual Southern Italian food, Cucina Toscana presents upscale Northern Italian food. Enter either door and you’ll find tasty, high-quality food. An evening not so long ago, we stepped through the doors on the corner of 3rd West and Broadway and chose the left entrance instead of the right, leading us into Vivace. We quickly decided to go for the Cena Vivace, their signature menu, which includes either the antipasti platter, pasta, and meat dish for $22 per person or the antipasti platter and pasta for $18 per person. While there are many more options to choose from, spanning from pizza (which our waiter, who spent the last five years in Rome, claims is the best in town) to pasta or meat entrees all ranging from $12– $32, I always find it most enjoyable to order together and

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share the meal with those you’re sharing your evening with. Our evening started with one of their more daring crudo bites (or “raw fish dish” for those of you unfamiliar with the romantic Italian language). We took a risk and ordered the Escolar, a fish we’d never had before. It came thinly sliced with avocado, micro cilantro, and citrus. We found it refreshing with an intriguing flavor. Our friendly and very helpful waiter explained that Escolar is a deepwater fish meant to be eaten in small quantities. The Shrimp Carpaccio also came highly recommended. Next came our antipasti platter, a more generous serving than we could have imagined, yet every bite unique and delicous. We each selected what we wanted to taste from the platter and began to

dive into the fresh-marinated vegetable selection. We tasted carrots with fresh mint sauce, fennel with citrus and olives, marinated artichokes, asparagus and green beans with garlic, sautéed mushroom medley, roasted red peppers with capers, roasted red beets, and smokey grilled zucchini. I truly liked every color on the plate, making it only hard to save room for the next two courses. In my mind, when I want Italian food it really means I want pasta. So of course, the next course was our pasta course, and I was glad! We let the chef select which dish (always a fun and good way to try a new restaurant) and he chose well. We had the Bucatini all’Amartriciana, a spicy tomato sauce served over thick round noodles and tossed with crispy pancetta—a bril-


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EAT HERE NOW Valentine’s is an exciting day of the year for many people because it is the one day every year that everyone can splurge on a tasty meal with no regrets. In a sea of places to eat, it can be a hard-to-find place where you can take your significant other and feel like it was well worth your money. Here are a few suggestions of places that the locals find to be diamonds in the rough. At least one, if not many, of these suggestions is sure to become your new favorite place to take your valentine. Log Haven (Average Price: $48) While the weather will more than likely be chilly on Valentine’s Day, Log Haven can warm you up with an exquisitely scrumptious dinner for two. If there is one place to splurge on your significant other, it is this place. Starting with a plate like Wild Rice Dusted California Sea Bass and ending with an almost sinful Bittersweet Chocolate Lava Cake, you’ll come to realize that this place is one to look forward to every Valentine’s Day. 6451 East Millcreek, Canyon Road, SLC Frisch Compassionate Eatery (Average Price: $8) Tucked away in the neighborhoods of Salt Lake City, this gem is a secret that the locals have started to love since it opened in 2012. This vegetarian eatery is meant to make you feel good and live healthy without sacrificing taste. Rather than a traditional Valentine’s Day meal, try this new sensation that may have you wondering how vegetarian food can taste so good! 779 South 5th East, SLC Del Mar al Lago (Average Price: $12) While Mexican food is always a favorite of Salt Lake City locals, Peruvian food is on the rise. Del Mar al Lago restaurant features Ceviche, Lomo Saltado, and Tacu Tacu that are all difficult to pronounce, yet delicious to taste. Each dish is something to rave about, and though the food tastes and appears gourmet, the prices will say otherwise. 310 Bugatti Drive, SLC

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Chanon Thai Cafe (Average Price: $10) Some people can’t take the heat of spicy cuisine, but for those who can, Chanon Thai Cafe is the place to take your lover for a very wellpriced experience in Thai food. If you love dishes like Yum Talay that packs a combination of seafood, red onions, lemongrass, lime leaf, and a spicy Thai chili, then you will fall in love with this local favorite. With friendly service and fresh food, it’s hard not to come back for more than just Valentine’s Day. 278 East 900 South, SLC

The Copper Onion (Average Price: $31) This restaurant’s name alone is unique enough to draw attention. At this downtown favorite, it doesn’t matter what you try. Whether it’s the Pasta Carbonara or a Crispy Goat Cheese Salad, you will come to find each dish delectably superb. A full restaurant speaks for itself, and The Copper Onion is always full. You may have to call for reservations before you take your Valentine out for a dinner that is impossible to forget. 111 East Broadway, Suite 170, SLC


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Get out and run No matter how fast you go, a mile is still a mile. According to a December 2012 University of Scranton (PA) poll, losing weight is the most common New Year’s goal. If you’re one of many who make that resolution, you may be struggling to stick with it. Whether you have a goal to slim down or trim up, having an end-date goal will prevent any distraction or derailment. Staying motivated and moving can be daunting, but luckily, there are plenty of local races, run/walk events, relays, and triathlons available throughout the year in which to participate. Sign up for a race and you’ll have some automatic accountability. Grab a friend or gather a group and sign up together for an extra dose of support. Here are some of our favorite fitness events to help you keep your weight loss resolutions.

Get Messy Dirty Dash June 8; Soldier Hollow, Midway Just like it sounds, this race is more of an obstacle race than a road race. You’ll have to bring your endurance as well as a good dose of playfulness with you if you decide to join this sloppy race series. Sign up quickly because this race fills up early. www.thedirtydash.com Kiss Me Dirty Ogden: June 29; Salt Lake City: August 24 This 5K mud run race is for women only, and 5 percent of the registration fee goes toward gynecological cancer research. You’ll want to grab several of your girlfriends for some grime time fun. www.kissmedirty.com Spartan Race June 29; Soldier Hollow, Midway This ultimate challenge obstacle race will test your mettle as well as your muscles. If you long to challenge yourself to your limits, sign up for this 10–12 mile distance challenge race. Plan on at least 180 minutes of surprising tests of strength and will. Join as a team or go at it alone. This one is not for the faint of heart. www.spartanrace.com

Go the Distance Salt Lake City Marathon April 20; SLC Whether you join in on the marathon, half marathon, 5K run/walk, bike tour, or kids marathon (1K), this race is one every runner in Utah should do. Runners can participate in fundraising Huntsman Hometown Heroes with monies going toward the Huntsman Cancer Institute. Start training now so you can join one of the biggest races in Utah. www.saltlakecitymarathon.com

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Utah Valley Marathon June 8; Provo You’ve got enough time to be ready to run your first marathon, so why not go with a biggie? This race is a Utah classic and one you can feel good about since there’s a charitable cause tied to it and it’s USA Track & Field sanctioned. Participate in the full marathon, a half marathon, or a 10K race. www.utahvalleymarathon.com Big Cottonwood Marathon and Half Marathon September 14; Big Cottonwood Canyon If you like running downhill, this race is for you. You’ll love the beautiful scenery and cooler late summer air as you descend one of Utah’s prettiest alpine canyons. You might even set your own personal record in this speedy event. www.bigcottonwoodmarathon.com Utah Marathon Early October; Downtown Salt Lake City Can’t commit to a summertime marathon? Give yourself more than nine months to prep for the Utah Marathon. There are several event series in this race all designed to get you and your family fit. From a kid’s run, to a full marathon and everything in between, this event is one you won’t want to miss. www.utahmarathon.com

Short & Sweet Run 4 Recess March 9; Liberty Park, Salt Lake City This short race is two-in-one, and both are all about fun. Choose from a 5K and a one-miler. All of the proceeds go toward education in the Salt Lake Valley. Start running a few times per week and you’ll be ready for the 5K. If you’re not quite ready for a 5K, sign up for the 1-mile fun run and just get moving. www.playworks.org/make-recess-count/play/slc/run-4-recess-5k


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Leprachaun Lope March 16; Salt Lake City This low-cost race benefits Our Lady of Lourdes private school. Participants can opt for a 1-mile fun run, a 5K, or a 10K. Wear green and get out there to sweat off your winter pounds. You’ll find your pot of gold is the feeling you get at the finish line. www.active.com/running/salt-lake-city-ut/23rd-annualleprechaun-lope-2012

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DATEBOOK Find something to do all month long!

Film Tales of the Night 2/2 This new film from renowned animation auteur Michel Ocelot (Kirikou and the Sorceress, Azur & Asmar) was a hit at the Berlin Film Festival and features black silhouetted characters set off against exquisitely detailed Day-Glo backgrounds bursting with color and kaleidoscopic patterns. 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., Free, Utah Film Center at The City Library, 210 E. 400 South, SLC The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie 2/4 Salt Lake Film Society and Westminster’s collaboration continues with the 4th annual Ivory Tower screening series, a program which brings a classic film on 35mm for a free screening on the first Monday of each month, complete with intros and facts about the films from select Westminster film students. This month, we’re excited to bring you this classic French film from director Luis Bunuel. 7 p.m., Free, Tower Theatre, 900 S. 876 East, SLC Love During Wartime 2/19 Love During Wartime follows Osama and Jasmin, newlyweds trying to build a life together against what look like impossible odds: she’s Israeli, he’s Palestinian. When their homelands turn their backs on them, they choose to live in exile. This tender tale of a love infiltrated by politics follows a real-life Romeo and Juliet on their odyssey from the Middle East through an inhospitable Europe. As their hopes rise and fade with each bureaucratic hurdle, will their love survive? 7 p.m. and 9 p.m., Free, Utah Film Center at The City Library, 210 E. 400 South, SLC Banff Film festival 2/19-2/21 This annual tradition at Kingsbury Hall is an audience favorite! Three nights of outdoor films featuring hiking, skiing, kayaking, and some of the most spectacular views you can imagine. If you’re one of the few outdoor enthusiasts who haven’t attended yet, come and see for yourself why Banff is one of the best-selling events of the season! 7 p.m., $9, Kingsbury Hall, 1395 E. Presidents Circle, SLC Jeffrey 2/21 In the wake of current revived AIDS activism with such films as We Were Here, Vito, and How to Survive a Plague, we’ve chosen a more light hearted cautionary tale. Set in NYC in the early 90’s, Jeffrey’s fear of

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AIDS drives him to a vow of celibacy, to the shock of his friends and family. Of course his foil is meeting the man of his dreams who is also HIV+. What follows is comic, touching and helps to dispel some of the anti-romantic stigma attached to HIV/AIDS that is just as relevant today. 7 p.m. & 9 p.m., Free, Utah Film Center at Brewvies, 677 S. 200 West, SLC The Waiting Room 2/26 The Waiting Room is a character-driven documentary film that uses extraordinary access to go behind the doors of an American public hospital struggling to care for a community of largely uninsured patients. The film offers a raw, intimate, and even uplifting look at how patients, staff and caregivers each cope with disease, bureaucracy and hard choices. 7 p.m. and 9 p.m., Free, Utah Film Center at The City Library, 210 E. 400 South, SLC

Dining Valentine’s Day at La Caille 2/14 Celebrate with your sweetheart at La Caille. 4 p.m.–9 p.m., La Caille, 9565 S. Wasatch Blvd, Sandy Common Wealth Menu at La Caille 2/10, 2/17 & 2/24 Enjoy our Commonwealth menu featuring a 3-course dinner for $36 all evening on Sunday. Also offered 4 - 6pm Wednesday - Saturday Regular dining room menu is also available. 4 p.m.–8 p.m., La Caille, 9565 S. Wasatch Blvd, Sandy Wine Dinner at La Caille 2/20 Join us for our first Wine Dinner of 2013! 6:30 p.m.–9:30 p.m., La Caille, 9565 S. Wasatch Blvd, Sandy

Festivals & Special Events Wyman’s Wild Wednesdays with Rich Wyman Wednesday Nights, No Cover, Tavernacle Social Club, 201 E. 300 South, SLC National Serpent Day 2/1 Come to The Living Planet Aquarium for National Serpent Day - a day to celebrate our slithery friends. Latin for “something that creeps,” serpents are famous throughout mythology. One of the most recognized serpents throughout the ages is the snake. Discover something new today about serpents, do a scavenger hunt, and celebrate our scaly friends! 10 a.m.–6 p.m.,

Adults $9.95, Children 3-17 $7.95, Living Planet Aquarium, 725 E. 10600 South, Sandy Mardi Gras Bash and Firework Show 2/8 The party starts at Noon! DJ Matty Mo will be spinning on deck. Mardi Gras swag and prizes. All day bonfire and free smores. Fireworks starting after dusk. Noon, Twilight ski passes $40, Brighton Ski Resort, 8302 S. Brighton Loop Road, Brighton Friday Night Jib Fights 2/8 The Truth & Outride presents Friday Night Ski & Snowboard rail jam series Jib Fights CASH prizes! And tons of awesome sponsors will be here with give-a-ways! Register at the Brighton Center between 4 p.m.–5 p.m., $15, Brighton Ski Resort, 8302 S. Brighton Loop Road, Brighton Harlem Globetrotters 2/11 Harlem Globetrotters 2013 “You Write the Rules” World Tour Your family’s smiles will begin before you even get to the show as the Harlem Globetrotters 2013 “You Write the Rules” World Tour takes kid participation to a whole new level. For the first time ever, fans will decide the rules for the game that could affect the final outcome. Vote for your favorite, craziest rule now at www.harlemglobetrotters. com, then see the winning rules implemented live into Globetrotter basketball. 7 p.m., $20$130, EnergySolutions Arena, 301 W. South Temple, SLC Monster Jam 2/15-2/16 Monster Jam, starring the biggest performers on four wheels: Monster Jam monster trucks. These twelve-feet-tall, tenthousand-pound machines will bring you to your feet, racing and ripping up a custom-designed track full of obstacles to soar over – or smash through. Fri 7:30 p.m., Sat 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., Adults $22-$30, Kids $5, EnergySolutions Arena, 301 W. South Temple, SLC Heavy and Light 2/18 Non-profit organization To Write Love on Her Arms is taking their flagship annual event, Heavy and Light, to cities across America. Heavy and Light is a unique evening of songs, conversation, and hope. Doors 7 p.m., $16 in advance, The Complex, 536 W. 100 South, SLC

Concerts G-Easy 2/27 6 p.m., $15 in advance, In The Venue, 219 S. 600 West, SLC Kris Allen 2/19 7 p.m., $15 in advance, In The Venue, 219 S. 600 West, SLC Turisas 2/16 9 p.m., $15 in advance, In The Venue, 219 S. 600 West, SLC


Around Town saBaTon 2/15 7 p.m., $15 in advance, In The Venue, 219 S. 600 West, SLC

Canned heaT 2/8-2/9 8 p.m., $25-$40 in advance, Egyptian Theatre, 328 Main Street, Park City

p.m., Sat 2 p.m. and 8 p.m., Sun 1 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., $30 - $57.50, Capitol Theatre, 50 W. 200 South, SLC

TesTaMenT 2/26 6 p.m., $24 in advance, In The Venue, 219 S. 600 West, SLC

an eveninG WiTh JudY Collins 2/1-2/3 8 p.m., $35-$70 in advance, Egyptian Theatre, 328 Main Street, Park City

MorrisseY 2/22 7:30 p.m., $55-$70, Kingsbury Hall, 1395 E. Presidents Circle, SLC

sTone sour and PaPa roaCh 2/16 7 p.m., $30 in advance, The Great Saltair, 12408 W. Saltair Drive, Magna

JaMes MCMurTrY 2/22 Doors: 8 p.m., $25, The State Room, 638 S. State Street, SLC

Coheed and CaMBria 2/15 6:30 p.m., $23 in advance, The Great Saltair, 12408 W. Saltair Drive, Magna

rinG around The rose: sPYhoP TuMBleWeeds 2/9 The utah Film Center and Spy Hop Productions team up to bring you an interactive animation experience. Come see some great short films made for and by kids, and then help us make a collaborative on-stage movie. 11 a.m., $5, Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center, 138 W. 300 South, SLC

karl denson’s TinY universe 2/20 Doors: 7 p.m., $25, The State Room 638 S. State Street, SLC

ed sheeran 2/6 7 p.m., $25 in advance, The Great Saltair, 12408 W. Saltair Drive, Magna

Carrie rodriGueZ 2/19 Doors: 7 p.m., $12, The State Room, 638 S. State Street, SLC

The ChiefTains 2/13 7:30 p.m., $28.50-$54.50, Kingsbury Hall, 1395 E. Presidents Circle, SLC

hoT BuTTered ruM 2/12 Doors: 7 p.m., $20, The State Room, 638 S. State Street, SLC

Medlessohn’s “iTalian” sYMPhonY 2/8-2/9 Thierry Fischer, Conductor. baiba Skride, Violin. 8 p.m., $18-$67, Abravanel Hall, 123 W. South Temple, SLC

PorTland Cello ProJeCT 2/1 Doors: 8 p.m., $17, The State Room, 638 S. State Street, SLC

The red deserT raMBlers BlueGrass Band 2/9 6:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m., Free with dinner, The Sugarhouse Barbeque Company, 2207 S. 700 East, SLC

viCTor WooTen Band 2/11 Doors: 7 p.m., $35, The State Room, 638 S. State Street, SLC

GalaCTiC feaTurinG CoreY Glover (of livinG Colour) 2/19 Doors: 7 p.m. Showtime: 8 p.m., $20 in advance, The Depot, 400 W. South Temple, SLC

eMilie auTuMn 2/8 Doors: 7 p.m., $18 in advance, The Complex, 536 W. 100 South, SLC BlaCk veil Brides 2/27 Doors: 7 p.m., $17 in advance, The Complex, 536 W. 100 South, SLC

MiCkeY harT Band WiTh The afriCan shoWBoYZ 2/26 Doors: 7 p.m. Showtime: 8 p.m., $36 in advance, The Depot, 400 W. South Temple, SLC

elvin BishoP 2/22-2/23 8 p.m., $40-$65 in advance, Egyptian Theatre, 328 Main Street, Park City

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dave Mason 2/15-2/17 Fri – Sat 8 p.m., Sun 6 p.m., $40-$65 in advance, Egyptian Theatre, 328 Main Street, Park City

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dreaM Girls 2/5-2/10 Full of onstage joy and backstage drama, Dreamgirls tells the story of an upand-coming, 1960s singing girl group, and the triumphs and tribulations that come with fame and fortune. Tue – Thu 7:30 p.m., Fri 8

roMeo and JulieT 2/14-2/16 8 p.m., $18-$85, Abravanel Hall, 123 W. South Temple, SLC Cnderella 2/14-2/23 Don’t miss the most famous curfew in history. Join ballet West for the sparkling new production of Sir Frederick ashton’s Cinderella, Wed – Fri 7 p.m., Sat 2 p.m., Capitol Theatre, 50 W. 200 South, SLC shrek The MusiCal 2/26-3/3 Shrek the Musical tells the story of a swamp-dwelling ogre who goes on a life-changing adventure to reclaim the deed to his land. Tue – Thu 7:30 p.m., Fri 8 p.m., Sat 2 p.m. and 8 p.m., Sun 1 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., $30 - $57.50, Capitol Theatre, 50 W. 200 South, SLC

Sporting Events uTah JaZZ 2/1 vs. Portland 7 p.m. 2/4 vs. Sacramento 7 p.m. 2/6 vs. Milwaukee 7 p.m. 2/8 vs. Chicago 8:30 p.m. 2/12 vs. Oklahoma City 7 p.m. 2/19 vs. Golden State 7 p.m. 2/25 vs. Boston 7 p.m. 2/27 vs. Atlanta 7 p.m. $12-$207, EnergySolutions Arena, 301 W. South Temple, SLC uTah GriZZlies 2/1 vs. Idaho Steelheads 7 p.m. 2/9 vs. Idaho Steelheads 7:05p.m 2/10 vs. Idaho Steelheads 4:05 p.m.

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Around Town 2/13 vs. Las Vegas Wranglers 7:05 p.m. 2/15 vs. Alaska Aces 7:05 p.m. 2/16 vs. Alaska Aces 7:05 p.m. 2/18 vs. Alaska Aces 1:35 p.m. 2/20 vs. Alaska Aces 7:05 p.m. 2/26 vs. San Francisco Bulls 7:05 p.m. $10-$33, Maverik Center, 3200 S. Decker Lake Drive, West Valley

Exposition Events Crossroads of the West Gun Show 2/2-2/3 Sat 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Sunday 9 a.m.–4 p.m., $12, South Towne Expo Center, 9575 S. State Street, Sandy Utah Boat Show & Watersports Expo 2/7-2/10 Thu 2 p.m.–10 p.m., Fri Noon–10 p.m., Sat 11 a.m.–10 p.m., Sun 11 a.m.–6 p.m., Adults $9, Seniors $7, Children 12 and under free with paid adult, South Towne Expo Center, 9575 S. State Street, Sandy Utah Sportsman’s Vacation & RV Show 2/14-2/17 Thu 2 p.m.–10 p.m., Fri Noon–10 p.m., Sat 11 a.m.–10 p.m., Sun 11 a.m.–6 p.m., Adults $9 Seniors, $7 Children 12 and under free with paid adult, South Towne Expo Center, 9575 S. State Street, Sandy

Workshops & Tours Garden Adventures: Animal Families 2/9 Garden Adventures are Saturday kid’s classes held in Em’s Sprout House. Ages 4-12 are welcome with a caregiver (registration cost not required for caregiver). We will share stories of the many animal families that live in the Garden and create a Valentine’s keepsake to share with your loved ones. Preregister at 801-581-8454 or www.redbuttegarden.org. Class is from 10 a.m.–11:30 a.m., $7, Red Butte Gardens, 300 Wakara Way, SLC Visitor Center and Orangerie Tour 2/21 Join us for a guided tour of the Red Butte Garden Visitor Center and Orangerie and get a close-up view of stunning succulents, container combinations, unique exotics and our living wall. Preregister at 801581-8454 or www.redbuttegarden.org. Tour is from Noon–1:30 p.m., $8, Red Butte Gardens, 300 Wakara Way, SLC Botony for Gardeners 2/21, 2/28 & 3/7 Don’t go dormant this winter! Join us and learn basic plant morphology and terminology knowledge that will help you better understand plant growth and take the guesswork out of gardening. In this hands-on

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class, you’ll learn why some shrubs are pruned immediately after flowering while others are pruned in late winter/early spring; how to tell a pine from a spruce and why it matters; the reasons behind the differing watering practices for turf and trees, and other common gardening techniques. Preregister at 801-587-5433 or online at www.continue.utah.edu. Thursdays 6:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m., $67, Red Butte Gardens, 300 Wakara Way, SLC Winter Tree Tour 2/23 Take a break from the winter whites and join us for a walk through the Garden and explore a number of evergreen and deciduous specimens that provide yearround interest with their interesting colors and textures. Preregister at 801-581-8454 or www.redbuttegarden.org. Tour is from 10 a.m.–Noon, $8, Red Butte Gardens, 300 Wakara Way, SLC Fabulous Fruit Trees 2/26, 3/2 & 3/5 How do you get the best production from your fruit trees? Learn to care for your existing trees and give new ones a healthy start in this three-day course. Preregister at 801-587-5433 or online at www.continue.utah.edu 6:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m., $84, Red Butte Gardens, 300 Wakara Way, SLC


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