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  • Pumpkin Pancakes with Sticky Caramel Syrup

    x Daynes from My Own Meal Plan joined us with the most delicious recipe for fall – you’ll want it for breakfast, lunch and dinner! The pumpkin pancakes are super fluffy with just the right amount of spice, topped with mouth-watering sticky caramel syrup.  YUM! Prep Time: 5 mins Cook Time: 10 mins Additional Time: 0 minutes Total Time: 15 mins INGREDIENTS PUMPKIN PANCAKES • 1 1/4 cups all purpose flour • 2 tablespoons brown sugar • 2 teaspoons baking […]

  • Fall deeper in love this fall: 5 romantic ways to bond with your sweetie

    Fall is a great time to fall deeper in love. Val Baldwin, Relationship Coach, joined us with five romantic ways to bond with your sweetie. 1. Learn How to Cook Comfort Food Together. Cooler temperatures tend to bring out your inner homebody making fall prime time to learn how to cook the best comfort foods. What`s better than a piping hot chicken potpie or homemade chili or amazing lentil soup? Plus working side-by-side with your sweetie is a fun, domestic […]

  • Musician Ryan Shupe is ready for Christmas

    Musician Ryan Shupe has a busy season coming up – putting on shows across Utah, Idaho, and Colorado for the Christmas season. Ryan joined us in studio to perform one of his favorite holiday songs – Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer. It all gets underway on Saturday, November 30 and runs through the middle of December in a town near you! You can find his tour schedule at: ryanshupe.com/tour.

  • Can you walk a mile in high heels? It’s for a good cause!

    KAVA Talks (Kommitment Against Violence Altogether) annual “In Heels 2 Heal” One Mile Walk is Saturday, October 26, 2019! Males: bring or borrow your favorite high heels and walk a mile through the International Peace Gardens, along the Jordan River across 900 West and back to heal! It’s a light-hearted event for a very serious public health problem, to raise awareness of October being Domestic Violence Awareness Month and provide resources for victims of crimes. Registration starts at 11am and […]

  • Local designer is making a mark in the fashion industry

    AMALL, is an independent and local designer focused on sustainable, quality and modern luxury. Cherri Sanguinetti, the woman who created AMALL, joined us for a fashion show of winter products. AMALL believes in fewer and better – they make a conscious effort to offer longer-life spans in clothing to hep reduce short term consumption.  And, they select materials that support sustainability.  From llama wool that requires less processing to their puffer coat insulation made from recycled plastic water bottles, the […]

  • Find all your favorite things on Pinterest under one roof

    The Pinners Conference is November 1-2 at Mountain America Expo center in Sandy. Pinners Conference is 115 fantastic classes taught by your favorite brands and experts on the most popular Pinterest trends.  Plus, a full shopping floor with over 400 amazing shops and brands to shop ’till you drop! Roxanne Bennett, the Owner of Pinterest Conference, joined us along with one of the people who will be teaching classes at the conference, Natalie Malan from Natalie Malan Studio. Natalie will […]

  • Max is hoping for a new home for the weekend

    Max is our Pet of the Week. He’s a five-year-old Cocker Spaniel mix boy, who is great with other dogs, cats and kids! He knows how to use a doggy-door, but his foster family says he gets a little lost without another dog. Max is very loving and sweet. He’s in good health and just had a dental cleaning and check-up. He’s current on all vaccinations, is neutered and chipped! If you’re interested in meeting Max, visit: hearts4paws.org. Hearts4Paws is […]

  • You won’t want to miss what’s new in home improvement at the Farmington Fall Home Expo

    From solar power, home automation, security, remodeling, design and more – you won’t want to miss what’s new in home improvement at the Farmington Fall Home Expo. It’s going ton Friday, October 18 from 10am until 8pm and Saturday, October 19 from 10am to 6pm at the Legacy Event Center in Farmington.  It’s FREE admission and FREE parking two. Two organizations who’ll be at the Home Show, Habitat for Humanity of Weber and Davis Counties and Legacy Roofing, joined us […]

  • Nightmare on Clown Street returns for another year of spooky clowns

    Nightmare on Clown Street is a family-friendly Halloween display that collects non-perishable food for the Utah Food Bank. The neighborhood spooky display is open seven days a week from 6 to 10 pm. On Friday and Saturday they keep it open until 11pm. Guests can be escorted onto the lawns for pictures with their favorite clowns. Donation barrels provided by Utah Food Bank are right there to drop your food in. The creators of Nightmare on Clown Street, Don Smith […]

  • Food Truck Friday: sandwiches, soups, fries and pies!

    Shylo’s Mobile Cafe joined us for Food Truck Friday. They serve up fresh and hearty artisan sandwiches, soups, fries and pies. The truck is the work of Trent and Tiffany Campbell.  And, for Trent, it’s a life-long dream come true.  Instead of watching cartoons as a young boy, he watched cooking shows.  He started in the industry at age 15 as a dishwasher and moved up through the ranks to executive chef.  But he had one last step he wanted […]

  • It’s the 25th year of the Heber Valley Western Music and Cowboy Poetry Gathering

    The Heber Valley Western Music and Cowboy Poetry Gathering started with just a few people swapping stories. Now, in it’s 25th year, it has grown to one of the nation’s premier events with 33 shows on 8 stages. There’s non-stop cowboy music featuring  Bar J Wranglers, Michael Martin Murphy (with the Heber Valley Orchestra), Jack Hanna, Billy Dean, and Rory Feek . Don’t miss Diamond Rio, here for the first time! Waddie Mitchell and Andy Nelson and a host of […]

  • How technology can increase a person’s accessibility at work home and in social gatherings

    October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month and so we wanted to talk about how the use of technology can increase a person’s accessibility at work, at home and even in social settings. Mike Wollenzien, Specialist Services Director of the Utah Center of Assistive Technology, and Chelle Wyatt, Hard of Hearing Specialist for the Utah Division of Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, joined us with some important information about an upcoming job fair. Adaptive technology is available […]

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