2014 November/December

 2014 November/December


Holiday Wish Lists for Kitchen Heroes

By Mary Brown Malouf
Utah’s food experts share their holiday wishes.

The Art of Man

By Jeremy Pugh
Skip the salon, fellas, the barber shop is back.

Hidden Gems

By Mary Brown Malouf
Five remarkable women let their inner beauty shine.

White Magic

By Glen Warchol
Adding “magical realism” to snowy landscapes


Pure Joy

By Glen Warchol
True holiday spirit manifests itself on the city’s lawns.

Anchorman, the Sequel

By Glen Warchol
Randall Carlisle is back and he’s got good news.

Arm Yourself

By Morgan Reber
Get cuffed with a real man’s arm candy

Making Merry

By Brad Mee
Details transform an attic in downtown Provo into a festive holiday haven.

Advice from Amber

By Amber Billingsley
Award-winning pastry chef Amber Billingsley gives us the low-down on what she needs to make sweet treats.

Icing on the Cake

By Morgan Reber
Two Utah women hit the sweet spot on TLC’s Next Great Baker.

Smart Presents

By Mary Brown Malouf
New gizmos for your wish list and outsourcing your brain

Carry a Torch

By Elena Gardner
Alta’s Torchlight Parade is a fiery way to kick off the new year.


By Glen Warchol and Jaime Winston

The Big See
Three events not to miss this November and December.

Channeling Da Vinci
The Leonardo museum’s Jann Haworth is blurring the lines of art and tech.

Clothes Make the Actor
Celebrity, fashion and history collide at BYU Museum of Art’s exhibit of Hollywood costumes.

Miserable weather? Warm up with art
UMFA kicks off winter with an intimate look at communities and cultures.

A Christmas Solo
Dane Allred gives voices—and then some—to Dicken’s classic.

Back-to-Back Music Festivals
Moab’s Folk Festival, Folk Camp and Celtic Festival

Alternative Holiday
Outside-the-box ways to celebrate the season

MoTab 2.0

By Jeremy Pugh
The venerable Mormon Tabernacle Choir goes digital.

Big-hearted Dogs

By Nate Parkinson
A local dog musher and his wild bunch train for the Iditarod.

Burbank’s Law

By Glen Warchol
Meet Salt Lake City’s top cop.


By Jaime Winston and Elena Gardner

Lynn Perry
Bridging the gap between farmer and baker

Alison Einerson
Salt Lake’s Winter Farmers Market manager proves being a locavore isn’t seasonal.

Charles Halford
A local indie film star goes mainstream.

Looking Back

By John Shuff
Memories offer life lessons for today