Feb 28, 2015

Soldier Canyon Sales Antique Store

Amy Kelly met with Margie Hooley of the Soldier Canyon Sales store and learned about the antiques, collectible dolls, and other interesting things they have for sale. They can also help with estate liquidation and selling your possessions. Every week they get new things, so make sure to drop by and check it out. You can find out more at: www.SoldiersCanyon.com

Feb 27, 2015

Sweeney Todd Presented by Tooele High Drama

Amy Kelly met with Scott Henrie, the director of Tooele High's production of Sweeney Todd (School Edition) and learned several interesting things about the show. The subject matter may seem a little macabre, but it is delivered with music, humor, and thoughfulness. Also, several other cast members talk about their experiences of being in the show.

Feb 22, 2015

The Old Grantsville Church Hosts Plays And More

Amy Kelly met with Kelly and Macae Wanberg at a historic old church in Grantsville that they have been restoring. The chapel has been renovated to have a stage area and is now used as a community dinner theatre. It can also be rented out for weddings, parties, family gatherings, etc. You can find out more at: www.OldGrantsvilleChurch.com

White Desert Rods for Custom Car Restoration

Amy Kelly visited White Desert Rods in Grantsville and learned about the amazing custom auto body work and painting that they do. Ray Blank does the fabrication and metal work and Jeff Bird does the finishing and painting. They do everything with the highest quality and they don't cut corners. You can find out more at: www.WhiteDesertRods.com

Feb 10, 2015

In The Studio With Jane Autry

Melanie Chacon met with artist Jane Autry in her studio and learned about her painting process. Jane talks about the many layers in her paintings and some of the techniques she uses. She is not afraid to try new methods when painting so she is continually growing in her abilities. Jane works with her clients so the art is truly personal and unique.

Artist John Clark Brings Automobile History Alive

Melanie Chacon met with John Clark and learned about his artwork inspired by automobile history. He hand carves blocks and does manual block printing, and he has written a series of books called Motor Tales. Also, he has prints and postcards that are sold in the National Parks. You can find out more at: www.ScenicHwys.com