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KWCR Album of the Week: Sally Seltmann, ‘Hey Daydreamer’

I really admire female vocalists. Especially ones who don’t belt it out and have power in that way, but instead, songstresses who slowly and quietly build their voices into something truly incredible. Sally Seltmann is this type of songstress. Her 2014 release, “Hey Daydreamer,” brings this Aussie contemporary pop star closer to home. Except for […]

Ogden City encourages beekeeping to preserve species

Bees have become a buzzworthy topic in Ogden recently. The Ogden City Council Changes made changes to municipal code and adopted a new ordinance allowing residents to keep bees. Previously, residents of Ogden City known to have verboten beehives didn’t register with the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food for fear of the city finding […]

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Before coming off like a band with a sound that is all too familiar, Desert Noises brings listeners back to their original intentions of Western-style rock-n-roll in their brand-new release, “27 Ways.” Here is my fangirl disclaimer: I’ve been a huge fan of Desert Noises since 2011, when the boys came up to a local […]

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City Cycle opens its doors as Ogden’s newest bike shop

Drew Johnson, lifetime cyclist and owner of City Cycles, cuts the ribbon on his new shop in Ogden Wednesday evening. With the assistance of Ogden Mayor Mike Caldwell, an avid cyclist himself, as well as other Ogden officials, Johnson welcomed the public into Ogden’s newest bicycle and accessory retailer. The bicycle shop, located at 2371 Kiesel […]

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Entrepreneur encourages service in lecture

Dumke Legacy Hall filled with students, business owners and professors tonight to hear an ethics lecture by Robert Workman, founder of nonprofit organization TIFIE and businesses Goal Zero and Bare Bones. Jeff Steagall, dean of the John B. Goddard School of Business & Economics, said the annual lecture was by far the best-attended of any in […]

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Maybe it’s because I’m used to Relapse Records producing metal albums, or maybe it’s because the lyrics to Nothing’s album, “Guilty of Everything,” were misleading, but I was totally hoping Nothing was more aggressive. I am not disappointed in what I’ve discovered, though. This album is a gem among dirty stones. The lyrics are what […]

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