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Noah Gottlieb (right) and Eli Wolk, who run Elijahs Deli, present at the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institutes Get Seeded event held at Lassonde Studios on campus in Salt Lake City on Thursday, Feb. 24, 2022.

Connecting Community and the Arts with Elijah’s Deli

By Drew Reynolds, Arts Writer March 28, 2022

  Starting out as a conversation at the JCC’s Bernie Camp between two tired camp counselors, Elijah’s Deli has quickly grown and is making its mark on SLC’s food scene. Co-founders, meat-smoking...

Outdoor Patio at Nuchs  Pizzeria & Restaurant in Salt Lake City, Utah (Photo Courtesy Nuchs Pizzeria and Restaurant | Foursquare)

Pizza Wars: Searching for the Best Slice in SLC

By Luke Jackson, Arts Editor March 1, 2022

  Pizza — it’s the stuff of the gods. It’s the modern-day equivalent to ambrosia. Each time the playful sauces and the gooey mozzarella conduct their symphonic melody on my tastebuds, I count...

Still of Brio Architecture (Photo by Drew Reynolds | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Caffeine Corner: Finding the Best Cup of Coffee on Campus

By Drew Reynolds, Arts Writer February 24, 2022

  With the return to campus this semester I have found relying more and more on coffee to make it through the day. This reliance on on-campus coffee led me on a hunt to find the best cup of coffee...

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Downtown Event ‘Illuminate’ Shines a Neon Spotlight on Local Artists

By Luke Jackson, Arts Editor November 21, 2021

  After about an hour and a half of trying to find a parking spot, my wife and I, along with a thousand other folks, arrived at the second and final night of Illuminate: Utah’s Light Art and...

Local art at Treefort in Boise, Idaho, 2021. (Photo by Paige Gardner | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Treefort Music Festival Rocks On with Strict Pandemic Guidelines

By Frank Gardner, Assistant Arts Editor September 24, 2021

  After more than a year of waiting, Treefort Music Festival is finally back on in Boise, Idaho. With firm pandemic restrictions as hospitals in Idaho become increasingly overwhelmed due to rising...

Kanani Pua Dancers Performing at the Salt Lake City DIY Festival. (Photo by Brooklyn Critchley | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Salt Lake City DIY Festival Highlights Pacific Islander Heritage Month

By Frank Gardner, Assistant Arts Editor August 17, 2021

  This past weekend, the Utah Fairgrounds hosted Craft Lake City's DIY Festival. With gracious sponsor support from Harmons, the festival spanned three days with, “over 250 local artisans, DIY...

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March Arts Desk Favorites

  Oakley Burt I've always been a huge fan of Marvel — the comics, characters, cinematic universe and now, their newest TV shows. This month brought a tear-jerking end to "WandaVision," a show...

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Claire Saffitz’s ‘Dessert Person’ is the Cheerleader of Cookbooks

By Jacqueline Mumford, Managing Editor November 2, 2020

  The only thing that could rival the rush of dopamine that comes from queuing up an episode of "Gourmet Makes" is unboxing your signed copy of "Dessert Person," Claire Saffitz’s first cookbook. You...

A Guide to the SLC Arts Scene

By Kate Button, Arts Writer, Copy Editor August 11, 2020

  For students returning to the University of Utah campus or for individuals setting foot in Salt Lake City for the first time, it’s important to find places that make the city feel like home....

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Lighten Utah’s Liquor Laws and Save Utah Bars From COVID-19 Collapse

By Kate Button, Arts Writer, Copy Editor August 1, 2020

  As the world has shifted to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, the bar and restaurant industries have taken some of the hardest hits. In a recent report from Yelp, 60% of restaurants that temporarily...

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