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Refugee fashion show planned in recognition of Utah Refugee Month

Governor Gary R. Herbert declared June as Refugee Month in Utah. In an effort to celebrate the nearly 30,000 refugees that live in Utah and provide education to the mainstream community about the refugee plight, a series of events have been scheduled for the month.

The Refugee Fashion Show sponsored by Women of the World, a nonprofit organization, is an exciting opportunity for the mainstream community to experience the culture, traditions, and diversity that refugees contribute to Utah.

When: Friday, June 8, 2012 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. The Fashion Show starts at 7:00 p.m.

Where: Pierpont Place, 163 West Pierpont Ave (255 South) Salt Lake City

What: Fashions created by refugee women representing their communities, culture, and countries, cultural entertainment from refugee communities, hors d'oeuvres, and a silent auction


Music-lovers across Utah will listen in anticipation as Music Director Thierry Fischer reveals the Utah Symphony's 2011-12 season at an announcement reception for the press and specially invited Utah Symphony patrons. Utah Symphony | Utah Opera President and CEO Melia Tourangeau will also present programming for the Utah Symphony's 2011-12 Entertainment, Lollipops and Family Series.

Salt Lake International Tattoo Convention

Salt Lake International Tattoo Convention

The eighth annual Salt Lake Tattoo Convention hit the Salt Palace this weekend and tattoo lovers showed off their ink.

"After i was allowed to get them i couldn't help myself," said Madison Villescas. "I have some that are sentimental and I have some for fun. It's just something i want there forever so I got them."

The event runs through Sunday. More information can be found at www.slctattoo.com.

So You Think You Can Dance Auditions Come To Salt Lake City

Once again, SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE will travel across the U.S. in search of the best and most talented dancers in the country.

Utah Filmmakers Seek the Public's Help to Reveal the Lethal Toll of Overwork


[Salt Lake City, Utah]- Staggering statistics regarding the ill-effects of overwork are confirmed by depressing scientific research: indeed, our work habits are killing us. 

Salt Lake theater developers proposing high-rise

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Developers of the planned Broadway theater in Salt Lake City are proposing a nearby downtown high-rise office tower.

Plans unveiled Tuesday call for the building of up to 25 stories to connect with the theater with a galleria and a shared Main Street entrance.

It would be built by Hamilton Partners' Bruce Bingham at the existing Bennion Jewelers spot on the corner of 100 South and Main Street.

Bingham recently completed the "222" skyscraper a block away.

He says it could take three years to build the tower once it is approved.

Christmas Light Trade-In

Third Annual Eco Options Christmas Light trade In
The third annual Eco Options Christmas Light Trade In event allows consumers to bring in their old, non-working Christmas light strings to be recycled and receive a $3 off coupon towards the purchase of energy efficient seasonal light-emitting diodes (LED) string lights.