Salt Lake Magazine HomeContestDan Nailen's Lounge ActDealsGetawayGlen Warchol's CrawlerIn The HiveIn The MagazineKid FriendlyMary's RecipeOn the TableOutdoorsPC LifeShop TalkUncategorizedTue, 16 Sep 2014 06:00:00 +0000 Beauty Buff: Let’s Talk Lips<p>Don’t you hate it when you apply your lip color and a couple of hours later you realize that the color is no longer on your lips? Or that it has smeared outside of the lip line? Well, today we are going to change that, because we are talking about long-wear lip stains, hydrated lips, and this season’s most popular lip colors. </p> <p>When it comes to beautiful lips you’ve got to start with a solid foundation. That means a well-hydrated lip, and with Utah’s dry air this can be a little bit tricky to accomplish, but doable. Although a lip moisturizer does help, it is important to hydrate from within as well. Water is key to beautiful skin and lips, so drink up!</p> <p> As far as lip moisturizers go here are a few favorites, and with a healthy lip you will be sure to notice a difference in the wear of your lipsticks and stains. They will not only last longer, but they’ll be smoother and brighter. </p> <p><img alt="" height="436" src="/site_media/uploads/lipimage2.jpeg" width="290"></p> <p>Here is a great lip treatment from <a href="">Fresh </a> (a personal favorite) that creates lasting moisture though out the day.</p> <p><img alt="" height="537" src="/site_media/uploads/lipimage3.jpg" width="350"></p> <p><a href="">Chanel</a>’s Rouge Coco Baume is also a great option.   </p> <p>Now that we have established our foundation, lets talk lip color and lip stains. This fall it’s all about the nude or naturals and berries, a great color pallet for the pout and the transition into the new season.</p> <p> </p> <p>Nude lip tips: When choosing the perfect shade, think more of the pink and brown tones to keep it fresh and bright. </p> <p><img alt="" height="490" src="/site_media/uploads/lipimage4.jpg" width="490"></p> <p><a href="">Nars</a> lipstick in Honolulu Honey </p> <p><img alt="" height="537" src="/site_media/uploads/lipimage6.jpg" width="350"></p> <p><a href="">Yves Saint Laurent</a> Rebel Nudes Glossy Stain (this stain will last though the day)</p> <p> </p> <p>Berry Lip Tips: These are a little bit easier to select because really it’s what you prefer, and berries tend to look great on all skin tones.</p> <p><img alt="" height="490" src="/site_media/uploads/lipimage5.jpg" width="490"></p> <p><a href="">Sephora Collection Rouge infusion lip stain</a> in Cherry Nectar</p>Emi ClarkeTue, 16 Sep 2014 06:00:00 +0000 TalkJoin us for the Farm to Glass Cocktail Crawl: Tuesday evening at the Farmers Market<p><em>Salt Lake</em> magazine's<a href=""> Farm-to-Glass Cocktail Contest</a> is in full swing. Or shake, I should say.</p> <p>During the month of September, 17 bars and restaurants all around Salt Lake City are serving special cocktails in the hope of being named best cocktail in the city. Who decides? You do! Go to <a href=""></a> for the complete list of participants and plan your September evenings accordingly.</p> <p><strong>Tomorrow afternoon at 4, a group of cocktail explorers will gather at the Tuesday Harvest Market at Pioneer Park at 4 p.m. to embark on a Cocktail Crawl–together the group will visit four walkable bars and sample their cocktail entries.</strong></p> <p>Every drink entered in the contest is required to include at least two locally-farmed ingredients–you'll see many at the Tuesday Harvest Market.</p> <p>Join in if you can–we'll be gathering at the information booth. If you can't make it by 4 and want to join in later, follow @slmag on Twitter ( and meet up with you when you can.</p> <p>We did our own mini-crawl with Sean Neves, a bar star and VP of the Utah chapter of the U.S. Bartender's Guild. Take a look at the video–it should whet your appetite for wetting your whistle.</p> <p><iframe height="270" src="" width="480"></iframe></p>Mary Brown MaloufMon, 15 Sep 2014 19:47:33 +0000 the TableSo you&#39;ve hired an interior designer . . .<p><img alt="" height="327" src="/site_media/uploads/September2014/interior-designer1.jpg" width="490"></p> <p>So, you've decided to hire an interior designer. Congrats! That's a smart decision and not everyone gets that far.<br><br>To make the most of that decision, here are a few things you should know:</p> <p>We are not out to take control of you and your home. This is YOUR project, your home. We are here to guide you and to help create YOUR vision. The trick is that you don't always know your vision (or what you think you need may not actually be what you really need), but by listening carefully and going through our design process, we can create your ultimate vision. It may be a little different than what you originally thought, which leads me to the next part . . .</p> <p><img alt="" height="327" src="/site_media/uploads/September2014/interior-designer2.jpg" width="490"></p> <p>Trust us. You hired us because you like our work. And because we know what we're doing. We've got years of experience behind us, and we've done several projects like yours. You're going to get the best result when you can let go a little and trust us to do what we've been doing for years. There's a reason you like our work—remember that.</p> <p><img alt="" height="327" src="/site_media/uploads/September2014/interior-designer3.jpg" width="490"></p> <p>We can save you time and stress, if you let us. We are YOUR representative. Our job is to work with you to develop the plan you want, and then to implement it. This means we will communicate with all parties involved, and we will provide the information needed to make it all happen. While we understand that you're excited about the project and you want to be involved, please remember you don't need to take on the stress of it all—turn that part over to us and let us deal with it. It's what we do. You can just sit back and enjoy the ride.</p> <p>We recently received an email from a client that said: "(We) are sitting here relaxing and loving the new space. It turned out beautiful! I can finally envision it." This was a bit of an inside joke, as we proposed a very unique element to their kitchen layout, and because it was so different, they told us many times they were having a hard time envisioning it, but they trusted us. And in the end, they understand exactly why we proposed what we did, and they love it.</p> <p><img alt="" height="327" src="/site_media/uploads/September2014/interior-designer4.jpg" width="490"></p> <p><em>All photos in this post by Enzy Design</em><br><br><em><a href="" target="_blank">Nicole Zeigler</a>,</em><em> </em><em><a href="">Google</a></em><em> , CKBR, Allied ASID, NCIDQ is the owner / lead designer at enzy design, LLC; specializing in kitchen &amp; bathroom design and residential remodeling.  </em><em><a href="" target="_blank"></a></em></p> <p><em>This post was originally published on <a href=""></a>.</em></p>Salt Lake magazineMon, 15 Sep 2014 10:53:28 +0000 HomeIn The HiveDan Nailen&#39;s Lounge Act: Walk for a cause<p><strong><img alt="" height="159" src="/site_media/uploads/September2014/saltlakeaidswalk.jpg" width="490"></strong></p> <p><strong><a href="">SALT LAKE AIDS WALK, CITY CREEK</a>, Saturday, Sept. 20, 9:30 a.m.</strong></p> <p>The Utah AIDS Foundation is about halfway to its $60,000 goal for the 2014 Salt Lake AIDS Walk a week out from the Sept. 20, but it's not too late for the community to help the organization hit its mark and for you to be part of the success. The 2.5-mile walk in downtown SLC is an easy way to help the UAF prevent new infections and provide much-needed services to those with HIV/AIDS. People are welcome to take pledges and participate in the walk, raising some money for the cause. Or just stroll to help raise awareness for the HIV/AIDS sufferers in Utah. There are even prizes for the top fundraisers, and folks are welcome to strutt their mutts for the Salt Lake AIDS Walk as well. <a href="">Hit this link for details</a> on a great way to spend your Saturday morning.</p>Dan NailenMon, 15 Sep 2014 10:53:17 +0000 Nailen's Lounge ActIn The HiveFive for the Road<p class="p1">As you prep for the weekend, here are <a href="/blog/tag/five-for-the-road/">five things</a> to eat, see, do and think about.</p> <p class="p2"><a href="/blog/2014/09/11/marys-recipe-nutmeg-pumpkin-madeleines/" style="">Mary’s Recipe: Nutmeg Pumpkin Madeleines</a></p> <p class="p3"><img alt="" height="352" src="/site_media/uploads/September2014/nutmegpumpkin.jpg" width="490"></p> <p class="p3">These treats are exactly what you need to welcome fall.</p> <p class="p3"><a href="/blog/2014/09/12/dan-nailens-lounge-act-red-buttes-fine-finale/">Dan Nailen’s Lounge Act: Red Butte’s Fine Finale</a></p> <p class="p3"><img alt="" height="325" src="/site_media/uploads/September2014/conoroberst.jpg" width="490"></p> <p class="p3">Conor Oberst headlines Red Butte Garden on Sunday night.</p> <p class="p3"><a href="/blog/2014/09/12/no-travel-needed-india-visits-utah/">In the Hive: India Visits Utah</a></p> <p class="p3"><img alt="" height="329" src="/site_media/uploads/September2014/crowd-atravan-burning.jpg" width="490"></p> <p class="p3">Don’t miss India Fest this weekend at the Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork. </p> <p class="p3"><a href="/blog/2014/09/12/feature-ski-film-almost-ablaze/">Feature Film: Almost Ablaze</a></p> <p class="p3"><img alt="" height="276" src="/site_media/uploads/September2014/almostablaze5.jpg" width="490"></p> <p class="p3">Action sports brand, Teton Gravity Research, is hosting a premiere for their feature-length ski film “Almost Ablaze.”</p> <p class="p4"><a href="/blog/2014/09/11/vail-buys-park-city-resort/">The Talker: Vail Buys Park City Resort</a></p> <p class="p4"><img alt="" height="326" src="/site_media/uploads/September2014/pc1.jpg" width="490"></p> <p class="p4">A $183M deal sweeps away PC fears.</p>Jaime WinstonFri, 12 Sep 2014 18:07:38 +0000 The HiveFeature Ski Film: &quot;Almost Ablaze&quot;<p><img alt="" height="276" src="/site_media/uploads/September2014/almostablaze5.jpg" width="490"></p> <p class="p1">“Almost Ablaze” will have you sitting on the edge of your seat as you catch sight of the fearless athletes gliding down powdered mountains with elevations of 5,000-feet on skis and snowboards. <a href="" target="_blank">The Teton Gravity Research</a> film crew (seen below) camped out at various locations to captivate the rawness of each athletes' precise maneuvers.</p> <p class="p3"><img alt="" height="276" src="/site_media/uploads/September2014/almostablaze1.jpg" width="490"></p> <p class="p3">“Our goal with this film was to keep the athletes mic’d at all times, and to capture them in their element,” says Todd Jones, TGR co-founder. “We placed cameras away from them, while still capturing that audio, and we got real, live, core moments that show the different emotions the athletes go through while pushing themselves in the mountains.”</p> <p class="p3">Catch this film on Sept. 16 outdoors at the <a href="" target="_blank">Red Butte Garden Amphitheater</a> (300 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City). </p> <p class="p3">Gates open at 6 p.m. and the premiere will begin at 8 p.m.</p> <p class="p3">Tickets are $12 advance, $15 day of show. Only $7 for ages 16 and under. $10 for Garden Members.</p> <p class="p5">Every attendee will receive a 2-for-1 lift ticket voucher to Snowbird with chances to win additional prizes.</p> <p class="p3">*BYOB </p> <p><img alt="" height="630" src="/site_media/uploads/September2014/almostablaze2.jpg" width="490"></p> <p class="p1">For tickets and more information, please visit the Teton Gravity Research <a href="">website</a>.</p> <p class="p1"> </p> <p class="p1"><em>Film stills and images provided by Teton Gravity Research</em></p>Salt Lake magazineFri, 12 Sep 2014 17:44:39 +0000 The HiveKid-friendly: Tea time at Springville Museum of Art<p class="p1"><img alt="" height="265" src="/site_media/uploads/September2014/springville-princesses.jpg" width="400"></p> <p class="p1">The Springville Museum of Art is putting the call out to Utah’s princesses. <span style="">Get your tickets for the museum’s annual Princess Tea, for ages 2–10, on Saturday, Sept. 27. </span></p> <p class="p2"><span>Princesses and their guests will be treated to refreshments, dancing, storytelling and two tea times—10 a.m. and 1 p.m. </span><span>Along with tea, girls are invited to come wearing their princess threads (Remember, Wonder Woman and Xena are princesses, too. Most will likely go Disney-style though.) and walk in the fashion show. Parents are encouraged to snap pics of the royalty.</span></p> <p class="p2"><span>Tickets can be purchased <a href="">here</a></span><span> through Sept. 20, or until sold out. Tickets will not be sold at the door. </span><span>The event is hosted by the Hafen-Dallin Volunteer Guild of the Springville Museum of Art Association.</span></p> <p class="p2"><span>Springville Museum of Art is located at 126 E. 400 South, Springville.</span></p>Jaime WinstonFri, 12 Sep 2014 16:48:10 +0000 The HiveNo Travel Needed: India Visits Utah<p><img alt="" height="329" src="/site_media/uploads/September2014/crowd-atravan-burning.jpg" width="490"></p> <p>Don't miss <a href="">India Fest</a> this weekend at the Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork. Crowds of Utahns might just throw off the authentic Indian feel, but at least the drive to Spanish Fork isn’t an 18-hour flight. <span>Try the food, get your body hennaed up and browse cultural exhibits and shops. </span></p> <p><span>It might not be perusing along the Ganges River, but you might just have to imagine Mt. Nebo as the Himalayas.</span></p> <p><span>Here’s the deets: Sept. 13 from 5–8 p.m. Krishna Temple (8628 South State Road, Spanish Fork). $3 per person ($1 for children). Parking is free and plentiful. </span><span>For your convenience, the schedule of events:</span></p> <p><span><strong>5 p.m.</strong> Sound Bath and Sonic Massage: Bring a blanket for this one, because participants are encouraged to lie on the grass and absorb the sounds made from metal bowls, gongs, drums, rattles, etc. The experience is supposed to lower anxiety and increase relaxation.</span></p> <p><span><strong>6 p.m.</strong> Vocals and harmonium duet by children Adwaita and Vibhu. (A harmonium is a small air driven keyboard.)</span></p> <p><span><strong>6:15 p.m.</strong> Sushma Mohan Dance Troupe. The dance will focus on the traditional India style of Bharathanatyam.</span></p> <p><strong><span>7 p.m. </span></strong><span>Jyothsna Sainath Dance Solo</span></p> <p><span><strong>7:15 p.m.</strong> Pageant of Ramayana. This festival's main event commemorates the Indian epic literature, Ramayana. As part of the Pageant, 8 p.m. marks the burning of the effigy of evil Ravana, the main character in Ramayana, with flaming arrows and fireworks.</span></p> <p><span><img alt="" height="327" src="/site_media/uploads/September2014/arrogant-ravana.jpg" width="490"></span></p> <p><span>Don’t forget your sari, and don't forget to try some curry and naan.</span></p> <p><em><span>Photos provided by Sri Sri Radha Krishna Temple</span></em></p>Salt Lake magazineFri, 12 Sep 2014 13:57:06 +0000 The HiveVIDEO: Salt Lake Greek Festival<p class="p1"><span style="">Every year around this time, Salt Lake City goes Greek. </span></p> <p class="p1"><span style="">The Greek Orthodox Church of Greater Salt Lake held its 39th Annual <a href="">Salt Lake Greek Festival,</a> Sept. 5–7. Here’s a closer look at the food, dancing and people behind the fest.</span></p> <p class="p1"><span style=""><iframe height="270" src="" width="480"></iframe><br><em>Video by David Shuff</em></span></p>Jaime WinstonFri, 12 Sep 2014 13:39:22 +0000 The HiveBreakout band Genre Zero kind of sounds like [Insert Band Name]<p><img alt="" height="307" src="/site_media/uploads/September2014/genrezero1.jpg" width="490"></p> <p>Outside the Shred Shed, lead singer Joshua Isbell is waxing philosophical on how to describe <a href="">Genre Zero.</a></p> <p>“Some bands, when they’ve gotten to a certain point in their careers, are able to articulate what their sound is,” Isbell says. “We’re not quite there yet.”</p> <p>Drummer Rob Vorwald echoes, “Every time a friend of mine has come to me after a show and goes, ‘You guys sound like<em> this</em>,’ it’s always something new,” he laughs. “I’ve heard we’re like Elvis Costello or Roxy Music. There was one that was like, 'Sonic Youth had a baby with Joy Division,' or something. Sometimes I’m just blown away ‘cause I don’t see that.”</p> <p><span style="">It was about an hour until show time, and the guys were hauling their equipment from their compact Great Pumpkin sedan (it’s orange) onto the venue stage. Fresh on the set list was “The Kids Want It,” which Isbell explains is a “sarcastic, inside joke” song about “how there’s a million bands out right now who want to sound really pretty and have a weird instrument and ask these big, epic questions.”</span></p> <p>What else is left to do but give a shrug-off to the whole smorgasbord of labels? Genre Zero decided not only to embrace their existential dilemma, but also name themselves after it.</p> <p>You could say the Salt Lake troupe was founded on the gravitational pull of frontman Isbell, who through occasions such as one-off shows and People’s Markets, had inadvertently recruited the eventual crew, rounded out by Tiffin Brough (violin) and Brad Hart (bass).</p> <p><img alt="" height="825" src="/site_media/uploads/September2014/genrezero2.jpg" width="490"></p> <p>Their full-length debut was recorded at Bountiful’s <a href="">Onion Street Studio</a>, and released earlier this year under Hart’s new label, <a href="">Empty Set Records</a>. <em>Get Dressed, Do Nothing</em> gives us a soundtrack reflective of the dark materials within Isbell’s heart: “I’ve had a few <em>really bad</em> relationships, and that definitely fueled the earlier stuff, but [the songs have] matured,” he says.</p> <p>Then in what seems like a common occurrence, Isbell bursts out in some inspired spoken prose: “It’s less of <em>‘Oh, I’m just a jilted lover,’</em> as much as it is, <em>‘Who are the players in the situation, and what are the mistakes that they make?’</em> A lot of the stuff I find myself drawn to is the nature of the truth; difficult moral situations where there’s kind of not a right answer.”</p> <p>Sonically, an album highlight is found in “21<sup>st</sup> Century,” where all four players are given center stage. The bass line of a classic rock ditty collides splendidly with the Brough’s violin, hearkening something of a Vampire Weekend song gone back in time.</p> <p>“We’re a four-piece, so the fiddle does a little bit of lead and a little bit of ambiance,” says Brough, the band’s lone female member. “It’s got such a range of what it can do, so in the context of a rock and pop setting, you just get a lot of unique music out of it.”</p> <p><img alt="" height="368" src="/site_media/uploads/September2014/genrezero3.jpg" width="490"><br><em>Photo provided by Genre Zero</em></p> <p>And on the current state of belonging to the “zero” genre? Isbell sees no need to figure things out, really. “I think if you went and listened to bands that are the hallmark of those ‘easy’ genre descriptions, we don’t sound like that. In our fantasy, we’d be this crazy band that’s taking everything and distilling it into something else. <em>Or</em> the reverse, where we would have the <em>protozaic ooze, </em>or whatever, and we could turn it into anything.” Another inspired prosaic moment, no doubt, and his bandmates take it in with a smile.  </p>Salt Lake magazineFri, 12 Sep 2014 12:20:50 +0000 The Hive