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DINING: Doughnut, egg and flip-flop days

Here’s something I’m guessing you don’t know: Friday (June 3) is National Doughnut Day and — wait for it — National Egg Day. What kind of killer combination (no pun intended) is that? At any rate, anyone who goes to an outlet of Krispy Kreme...

MUSIC: Punk Rock Bowling devours downtown

“We are the true believers,” Bouncing Souls frontman Greg Attonito sang, and the crowd before him seemed the part, T-shirts checkered with profanities, hair spiked in colors worthy of peacock plumage, many of them double fisting brews. And, yeah,...

DINING: Phones for soldiers, and more

The five valley locations of Raising Cane’s are collecting gently used mobile phones and monetary donations for Cell Phones for Soldiers and to aid local members of the military. The donations will be given to the group on Memorial Day Monday (May...

THEATER: Utah fest gearing up for anniversary

The annual Utah Shakespeare Festival in Cedar City, Utah — a popular stop for locals — is celebrating its 50th anniversary this summer, and it's no surprise the folks there have conjured up a few celebratory ideas. Select matinees during July and...

DINING: How to end a jinx

Gotta love a restaurant with a sense of humor. The owners of the new Hotel California Restaurant & Cantina in Boca Park had to be a little nervous. We’re still in a pretty scary economic period, but even in the best of times, their location has...

DINING: Eat to celebrate the royal wedding

In honor of the wedding of British icons Prince William and Kate Middleton, Krispy Kreme has created a Royal Wedding doughnut. It’s heart-shaped, filled with jelly and decorated with white icing and a chocolate drizzle, and is available through...

DINING: Free yogurt, new menu items

In celebration of its upcoming fifth anniversary, Yogurtland will distribute Fan Passes on Monday. The passes can then be redeemed for 2 ounces of free frozen yogurt each day April 15-19; anyone who uses the passes three times will receive a cooler...

DINING: Help for Japan, classes and candy

Jean-Luc Daul, executive pastry chef at the Four Seasons, 3960 Las Vegas Blvd. South, has created lemon cupcakes as a benefit for Japanese disaster relief. The cupcakes are $5 each in the hotel’s Verandah restaurant and proceeds will be donated to...