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  • How to politely navigate through the holidays with family members you dislike

    The holiday season is right around the corner, and with it comes family gatherings.  Something many may have a little bit of a hard time with because of in-laws or family members they dislike.  Relationship expert Candice Christiansen shares tips on how to politely navigate these uncomfortable situations during the holidays. Tips she recommends: 1. Focus on family members you enjoy 2. Limit time spent with certain in-laws 3. Ignore the negative as much as possible 4. Kindly say ‘No’ […]

  • Hearts 4 Paws: Pancake the Shitzu is looking for a forever home

    Meet Pancake, a two-year-old Shitzu. Pancake is housebroken, non-shedding and hypoallergenic.  He is good with other dogs and would be best in a home with another friend.  However, Pancake is not good with little kids.  He takes time to warm up to people and does not like to be pushed into doing things, but once he gets to know you he’s an absolute love bug.  He loves to have his tummy rubbed and will talk to you. Pancake is neutered, microchipped […]

  • Lasagna made in pressure cooker

    Resident Chef Brandon Ashby with Sur La Table teaches us a faster route to cooking a delicious lasagna by using a pressure cooker. If  you’re interested in taking a cooking class at Sur La Table, visit surlatable.com. Vegetarian Lasagna in the Instant Pot No boil flat noodles Ricotta cheese Mozzarella cheese Romano cheese Basil, spinach and parsley chopped 1 egg whisked with salt and pepper Mix cheese and egg mixture Tomato sauce Layer in a baking dish or directly in […]

  • Local coffee shop supporting military troops

    Alpha Coffee Chief Officer and Co-founder Carl Churchill talks about the mission to give back to military troops by selling their coffee. He talks about the shops’s ‘Coffee for Troops’ program along with other programs that help support the military community. On Saturday, November 11, veterans get free drip coffee at Alpha. To learn more about Alpha Coffee, visit alpha.coffee or call 385-449-0580.  

  • Teen DIY nights at the library

    Heather Heart with the Salt Lake Public Library is talking about Teen DIY night at the library. She says it is a great way to get teen involved and to create something interesting. To find the times and dates of the next event at the library, visit http://www.slcpl.org/events  

  • Getting your permit to cut your own Christmas tree

    David Whitterkiend with the National Forest Service is talking about where you can still get permits to cut down your own Christmas tree. The Heber and Spanish Fork Ranger Districts have already sold out, but he recommend checking out the Evanston-Mountain View Ferron-Price Ranger Districts if you live along with Wasatch Front and still want a tree. Permits cost from 10-15 dollars. The U.S. Forest Service has a few rules, including: Trees may be cut until December 24th. Trees must […]

  • Kurt Bestor talks about his annual Christmas concert

    Kurt Bestor is back this holiday season for the 30th ‘A Kurt Bestor Christmas’ concert. He will perform at the Delta Hall at the Eccles Theater on: Thursday 12/14 Friday 12/15 Saturday 12/16 To purchase tickets, visit artsaltlake.org.

  • Knowing the benefits of home insurance

    Financial expert Rachel Langlois from Cyprus Credit Union talks about the benefits of insuring your home. Here are some tips she mentions: When Purchasing Credit score matters, can affect premium pricing. Low credit pays on average 32% more. Bundle coverage Understand your coverage: You need additional coverage for floods or earthquakes if in risk areas. Dwelling structure: Most plans cover open perils, unless excluded Personal property/possessions: HO5: open perils (covers all, unless stated), burden of proof on insurance company HO3: […]

  • Raising awareness to military vets about available benefits

    Cory Pearson with the Utah Department of Veterans and Military Affairs talks about the different ways the organization connects Utah veterans to benefits related to education, employment and healthcare. Veterans Day is Saturday, November 11.   To find the nearest Utah Department of Veteran and Military Affairs location, visit veterans.utah.gov.

  • Thanksgiving cornucopia veggie and fruit tray

    Dietitian Jaqueline Neid Avila with the Utah State University Extension gives the staple veggie and fruit tray a spin with a Thanksgiving cornucopia made out of bread. To learn more about USU extension, visit extension.usu.edu.

  • Decorating your Thanksgiving table with leaves and more

    Jenevieve Hubbard from Beehive Floral Co shows us how to create a beautiful foraged Thanksgiving tablescape by using some textural dried and fresh leaves and flowers from your garden. To learn more about Beehive Floral Co., visit beehivefloralco.com.  

  • Guinness World Record holder inspires military vets to follow dreams

    Guinness World Record holder Martin Frey is the first person to climb the seven summits and sail the seven seas.  Now he is teaming up with the National Ability Center to inspire military veterans to face challenges and achieve their dreams.  NAC CEO Gail Barille talks about their upcoming Veteran’s Day event, Saluting Our Heroes.  Martin Frey will be one of the guest speakers at the event. Saluting Our Heroes November 15, 2017 Noon-1:30 PM Grand America Hotel, Salt Lake […]