also spawned ''The Monday Dump'', a weekly sports talk show with a similar format but lacking the central focus of a single sporting event. birth_date January 24, 1927 birth_place Salt Lake City, Utah death_date December 4, 2009 (aged 82) Early years Paula was the eldest of three children born to Paul and Leone Fickes in Salt Lake City. Her father was a Naval Chief Warrant Officer. In 1934, the family moved to Atlanta, where her father taught at Georgia Institute
or trade for these water rights. These can then be traded for culinary water rights to water imported into the valley. At its peak, irrigation in the valley comprised over one hundred distinct canal systems, many originating at the Jordan Narrows at the south end of the valley. Water and water rights were very important in the 19th and early 20th centuries. As heavy agricultural usage changed into a more urban and suburban pattern, canal water companies were gradually replaced by culinary water
The '''Utah Symphony''' is a full-time orchestra
) The Monkees TV theme song ; its lyrics illustrate the tone of self-parody evident in parts of the film: On founding, the company was located in one end of the Patagonia (Patagonia (clothing)) warehouse in Ventura (Ventura, California), California. The company moved from Ventura to the Salt Lake City, Utah, area on September 1, 1991. Early roles After returning to New York in 1932 with her mother, she appeared, billed as Kitty Carlisle, on Broadway theatre Broadway
February 2014 Salt Lake City hosted the 16th Winter Deaflympic games in 2007, taking place in the venues in Salt Lake City and Park City (Park City, Utah), Commons:Category:Salt Lake City WikiPedia:Salt Lake City Dmoz:Regional North America United States Utah Localities S Salt Lake City
Marcia and John Price Museum Bldg phone +1 801-581-7332 tollfree fax hours Tu Th F 10AM–5PM, W 10AM–8PM, Sa Su 11AM–5PM price $9 adults, $7 age 6-18 or 65+, age 5 and under free content 5,000 years worth of art history are on display at the UMFA, with over 18,000 works ranging from antiquity to more modern installations (though with little to no emphasis on abstract art). The museum runs a variety of public programs, such as artist talks, tours, films, and family art-making activities. *
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independent (Independent film) comedy-drama film (Comedy-drama), written and directed by James Merendino. The film is about the young punk rock fan Steven "Stevo" Levy, a college graduate living in Salt Lake City. The character is portrayed as an exaggerated stereotype of an anarchist punk in the mid 1980s. Many events and characters in the movie are allegedly based on real life, although they may have been exaggerated. DATE OF BIRTH January 6, 1913 PLACE
- 1993 (1993 NBA All-Star Game) '''West''' 135, East 132 (OT) Delta Center (EnergySolutions Arena) Salt Lake City, UT (Salt Lake City) Karl Malone (2), Utah Jazz; John Stockton, Utah Jazz - In 1947, she made her operatic stage debut as the Spanish gypsy Frasquita in Bizet's (Georges Bizet) ''Carmen'' with the Philadelphia Civic Grand Opera Company. She toured North America with the Charles Wagner Opera Company, in the fall of 1951 singing Violetta in ''La traviata'' and, in the fall of 1952, singing Micaëla in ''Carmen''. On September 15, 1953, she made her debut with the San Francisco Opera as Helen of Troy in Boito's (Arrigo Boito) ''Mefistofele'' and also sang Donna Elvira in ''Don Giovanni'' the same season. In a step outside of the repertoire she is commonly associated with, Sills gave four performances of the title role of Aida in July 1954 in Salt Lake City. On October 29, 1955, she first appeared with the New York City Opera as Rosalinde in Johann Strauss II's ''Die Fledermaus'', which received critical praise. As early as 1956 she performed before an audience of over 13,000 guests at the landmark Lewisohn Stadium with the noted operatic conductor Alfredo Antonini in an aria from Vincenzo Bellini's ''I puritani''. ''The New York Times'', July 9, 1956, pg. 26 Her reputation expanded with her performance of the title role in the New York premiere of Douglas Moore's ''The Ballad of Baby Doe'' in 1958. For a long time—ten years, at least—I had wanted to write a fantasy epic like ''The Lord of the Rings'', only with an American setting. I just couldn't figure out how to do it. Then . . . after my wife and kids and I moved to Boulder, Colorado, I saw a ''60 Minutes'' segment on CBW (chemical-biological warfare). I never forgot the gruesome footage of the test mice shuddering, convulsing, and dying, all in twenty seconds or less. That got me remembering a chemical spill in Utah, that killed a bunch of sheep (Dugway sheep incident) (these were canisters on their way to some burial ground; they fell off the truck and ruptured). I remembered a news
station based in Chicago, Illinois. In early 1991, WFYR-FM (103.5), an adult contemporary and AC oldies station in Chicago for many years, was sold by its parent company Summit Communications to Major Broadcasting of Chicago. Major, a newer company had success with a high-energy hard rock format in Salt Lake City at KBER-FM. On March 29, the sounds of Whitney (Whitney Houston), Rod (Rod Stewart) and Elton (Elton John) gave way to 24 hours of " Pyromania
parent company Summit Communications to Major Broadcasting of Chicago. Major, a newer company, had success with a high-energy hard rock format in Salt Lake City at KBER-FM. With alternative rock stations WKQX (WWWN) (Q101) and WXRT, talk (talk radio) comedy WLUP, and classic rock WCKG, there was a need for a straightforward rock (rock music) station. On March 29, 1991 the sounds of "soft hits" and the early evening program "Love
'''Salt Lake City''', often shortened to '''Salt Lake''', or '''SLC''' is the capital (Capital (political)) and the most populous city in the state of Utah. With an estimated population of 191,180 in 2013, the city lies in the core of the Salt Lake City metropolitan area, which has a total population of 1,140,483 as of the 2013 estimate. Salt Lake City is further situated in a larger urban area known as the Salt Lake City-Provo-Ogden, UT Combined Statistical Area (Salt Lake City metropolitan area#Combined Statistical Area). This region is a corridor of contiguous urban and suburban development stretched along an approximate It is one of only two major urban areas in the Great Basin (the other being Reno, Nevada), and the largest in the Intermountain West.
The city was founded in 1847 by Brigham Young, Isaac Morley, George Washington Bradley and several other Mormon (Mormons) followers, who extensively irrigated and cultivated the arid valley. Due to its proximity to the Great Salt Lake, the city was originally named "Great Salt Lake City"—the word "great" was dropped from the official name in 1868 by the 17th Utah Territorial Legislature.
Immigration of international LDS members, mining booms (Mining), and the construction of the first transcontinental railroad (First Transcontinental Railroad) initially brought economic growth, and the city was nicknamed the Crossroads of the West. It was traversed by the Lincoln Highway, the first transcontinental highway, in 1913, and presently two major cross-country freeways, I-15 (Interstate 15) and I-80 (Interstate 80), intersect in the city. Salt Lake City has since developed a strong outdoor recreation (outdoor activity) tourist industry based primarily on skiing, and hosted the 2002 Winter Olympics. It is the industrial banking (industrial loan company) center of the United States.