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Good morning, people of Salt Lake City! Joseph Peterson here with a fresh copy of the Salt Lake City Daily.

First, today’s weather:

Mostly cloudy. High: 40 Low: 27.

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Here are the top 4 stories today in Salt Lake City:

  1. The postponing of shows at the Eccles Theater Downtown was intended to end Thursday of this week but has been extended through Sunday, January 23rd. This postponement includes the scheduled run of ‘Hamilton” which is back in Utah’s capital by popular demand. (fox13now.com)
  2. Fans of SLC’s breakfast diner mainstay Penny Ann’s Cafe will see their beloved restaurant and the complex it’s attached to come under new management as investor/developer Summit Venture Capital Group has announced its purchase of the complex, including its 174 apartments, for $32.3 million. This marks another big development project in the rapidly transforming Ballpark neighborhood. (Utah Business)
  3. As the second location of Pago—a trailblazing fixture of Salt Lake’s dining scene—opens on Main Street where J. Dawgs used to be, owner Scott Evans sees it as an opportunity to get back to basics and offer more causal fare as compared to the flagship Pago at 9th and 9th. (Salt Lake Magazine)
  4. The 2-month-old who was on life support at Primary Children’s Hospital due to COVID-19 could go home soon. Born premature and recently adopted, the baby girl has now spent more of her life in a hospital than at home with COVID being only the most recent battle she has had to face. (KUTV 2News)

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Today in Salt Lake City:

  • For women 50+ you can attend the Mind Over Matter: Healthy Bowels, Healthy Bladder workshop presented by Salt Lake County Aging Services at the Sunday Anderson Senior Center (10:00 AM)
  • Log into the Next Step Info Session virtual event by the Women’s Business Center – Utah. (10:00 AM)
  • Attend the Wasatch Speaker Series presented by Intermountain Health at Maurice Abravanel Hall, Downtown. (7:30 PM)

From my notebook:

  • “Thanks to the Beloved Community who participated in this year’s MLK Day Rally & March! MLK Week continues all this week.” (The University of Utah)
  • “As part of the Betty White Challenge, We wanted to share a tale of two Betties to help you understand what your support means and why we do what we do. This sweet pup named Betty White was adopted from CAWS in 2014.” (CAWS – Salt Lake City)
  • “Not much change is expected for northern Utah valleys that have inversions through Wednesday. We do expect cooler conditions to mix inversions out partially Thursday, but Friday is expected to be better. There is good agreement with models on a storm moving in that will increase winds and bring colder conditions into Utah, which should be enough to eliminate inversions” (US National Weather Service Salt Lake City Utah)

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Joseph Peterson

About me: Joseph is a writer and marketing communications strategist with a degree in Mass Communication and Public Relations from the University of Utah. He’s keen on city life, public libraries, national parks, and promoting events that build community.

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