Indie Ogden Review: Sushi Totto
Feb07

Indie Ogden Review: Sushi Totto

Have you ever watched Dragon Ball Z? You know when Goku eats, and it’s kind of like he has a tiny tornado in his mouth, and it’s just sucking food in? Ya, that was me at Sushi Totto.  This restaurant is new in town, and they invited me in to try out some of their favorites which included a feast of ramen, sushi, gyozo, edamame, and poke. Stop! We need to spend the next paragraph talking about this poke, or I won’t be...

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Homes For Heroes
Feb06

Homes For Heroes

Shortly after 9/11, Homes for Heroes, Inc. was established to give back to firefighters, law enforcement, military (active, reserves & veterans), healthcare workers, EMS and teachers for all they do; and Hero Rewards is our way to say “Thank you.” Peoples Mortgage Company, or rather, one local mortgage professional named Thomas Turner has partnered with Homes for Heroes to help local veterans achieve their home buying goals....

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21 Things To Do During February First Friday Art Stroll
Jan31

21 Things To Do During February First Friday Art Stroll

This First Friday is going to be insanity! Yeti Bash, 4 music shows, art openings and so much more. Hold on to your britches and get ready for this wild ride. Visit a Psychic at Rainbow Gardens Psychic Fling Party with a Yeti and check out music, food, booths and yoga at Yeti Bash Take a tour of peery’s Egyptian Theater, check out their rad Organ and then watch Lost Boys on the big screen Get literally literary at the Midnight...

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NEW YEAR, NEW MUSIC, NEXT ENSEMBLE
Jan26

NEW YEAR, NEW MUSIC, NEXT ENSEMBLE

By Carey Campbell NPR’s show Composer’s Datebook ends each episode with the trademarked phrase: “reminding you that all music was once new.” Why do listeners need to be reminded of such a seemingly obvious fact? You see, in the classical music world, the old warhorses — the pieces audiences and performers already know — seem to take precedence over the new and unfamiliar.These warhorses, things like Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony,...

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Relaxing at Sego Lily Spa
Jan21

Relaxing at Sego Lily Spa

It has been a pretty chaotic January so far with the Indie Ogden Awards, a massive sinus infection, a shedding husky dog, a kid with walking pneumonia, 1 round of stomach flu, a couple of falls on ice and falling asleep on the couch a few too many times while binge watching Gilmore Girls. My body was in 100 different kinds of knots, and it’s was only halfway through the month. Thankfully, just as I was ready to throw myself...

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