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Ogden officials OK change to alcohol rules for outdoor dining areas

OGDEN — Ogden officials have approved a change expanding the sort of outdoor restaurant dining areas where alcohol may be served. The change, sought by operators of a new restaurant on Historic 25th Street, Table Twenty Five, lets eateries serve alcohol in unattached outdoor sidewalk dining ...

Maddox family hatches another chicken takeout success

Maddox fried chicken became a Utah thing long before KFC or other chicken chains showed up. Today, The Bird in Syracuse represents a fourth generation of the fried-chicken legacy begun by Irvin B. Maddox at his Maddox Ranch House in Perry in 1949. But The Bird’s owners, Ben Maddox and sons ...

Art Scene Selections: Oct. 14-21

Brue with Imag!nary Friendz and future.exboyfriend Thursday night at The Monarch is a rare concert with Sammy Brue and his new band, Brue. This is a not-to-be-missed show with new punk-style music by Brue and support from popular Salt Lake City bands Imag!nary Friendz and future.exboyfriend. ...

Ogden leaders mull change to alcohol rules for certain outdoor dining areas

OGDEN — Ogden leaders are weighing a change to loosen the availability of alcohol at locales along 25th Street and elsewhere in the city, a proposal meant to aid in efforts to bolster downtown activity. The change under consideration, to allow serving of alcohol in certain sidewalk seating ...

Art Scene Selections: Oct. 7-14

Casino Night Fundraiser Benefiting Youth Impact Ogden This Friday, guests will walk into the Royal Room at The Monarch head to toe in Gatsby-inspired cocktail attire for the popular Youth Impact fundraiser. Participants are provided with $1,000 in tokens to play at any table of choice — ...

Straw Market Café’s success is on a (cinnamon) roll

The Straw Market Café in Pleasant View recently changed owners and ambiance, but its signature cinnamon rolls are still the same. Customers order dozens of the frosting-slathered rolls for pickup, beginning at 7 a.m. Last July, the shop was taken over by Jessy and Kelli Jones of Pleasant ...

Bitcoin, Ford EV, small farm among prizes in organic gardening competition

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Organic gardeners throughout the United States will have the opportunity to compete for prizes including a Bitcoin, a new electric vehicle and a small farm as the first-ever Johnny Appleseed Organic Invitational is now underway. The launch date of Sept. 26 coincided with ...

‘Comfort food on steroids’ makes Sydney’s a dining destination

Although Sydney’s is off the beaten path in a Mantua campground, its self-proclaimed “comfort food on steroids” and down-home flair are attracting diners from all over Northern Utah. As the camping season winds down, Sydney’s is still doing brisk business, serving up favorites such ...

Art Scene Selections: Sept. 23-30

Good Company Theatre: ‘Fremont Junior High is Not Doing Oklahoma!’ Good Company Theatre presents the hilarious, timely and thought-provoking play “Fremont Junior High is NOT Doing Oklahoma!” The world premiere, written by Chicago-based theater artist and interdisciplinary scholar ...

Ogden Greek Food Festival coming back, but it’ll be smaller than before

SOUTH OGDEN — It'll be smaller this go-round and there won't be quite as wide a variety of food. After a hiatus last year brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, though, the Ogden Greek Food Festival — which has fed thousands in prior incarnations — is returning. "It's exciting. It's not ...