Music to the MAXX!

Topping my list of favorite local businesses is Music to the Maxx. You may remember them from their old location near Antelope/Hill Field. They’ve relocated and are still one great music store. Stop in and chat up Greg if you get a chance. He’s a great guy, a stellar movie buff and an even bigger ...

ThrU Turn / “Bulb outs”

Construction is finishing up on the ThrU Turns or Bulb Outs in Layton, Utah. I’m interested to hear what you think. Personally, I’m loving the fact that I’m already sitting at the lights under the freeway far less. Everything else seems to be a little more work. How about you? Let me hear what you ...

Amazing Chinese & Thai

Foodie recommendation: go for a little drive north to Clearfield and try one of my favorite restaurants. Wasatch Wok has a longtime chef that truly aims to please. The Thai food is amazing. The Chicken Panang is always spot on. The Pad Pik Gateum Pork will make your mouth water just thinking about it. If ...

Osaka Is On A Roll

Osaka has always been pretty decent for sushi in Layton. With the growing competition from newer Japanese restaurants it looks like they’ve decided to step it up a notch. They’ve remodeled inside and they’ve taken their sushi-making up a notch. If you haven’t been there in a while or are looking for something new I ...

Davis-Weber Corridor in Layton

The Layton City Transportation Master Plan Review Open House will be held this Wednesday April 15th from 6-8 PM. They are specifically looking at where to place the West Layton interchange off of the Davis-Weber Corridor (extension of Legacy). There are two locations being looked at, the original 2700 W. location and now the 2200 ...

The Blade Stop Burglary

The Blade Stop Burglary
I’ve always loved pocket knives ever since I was a kid. Maybe it was the time that my dad gave me his or because I wanted to always to have one like my grandpa seemed to. At any rate I have an earnest love for a good pocket knife. Two years ago a good friend ...

Anyone but Jory Francis for Layton Mayor

I’m sure it goes without saying, but I absolutely in no way back Jory Francis for the future mayor of Layton, Utah. In fact I’d even go as far as to say my campaign is “Anyone but Jory for Mayor”! Why you ask? I know that with Layton’s council-manager setup the mayor doesn’t hold as ...

Home Theaters

Home Theaters
Enough of politics for a while. I had this domain long before I decided to join the city antics. I really wanted this to be a reference to news and business in the area. At this time last year the news happened to be WLV. Now I’d like to spend some time doing stuff that ...

Support Clare

If you live in Layton you may find this story of interest. Please take a minute to read this story: http://supportclare.blogspot.com/ The meeting will be on the 7th. I can’t say whether or not I would make any better choices than this home owner, but I can say I don’t agree with the outcome. What ...

Humble in Victory, Gracious in Defeat

I have always taught my children to be humble in victory and gracious in defeat. This has come into my mind several times over this last week as I watched the outcome of the prop 2 and 3 vote. The day after the vote I grabbed someone from the opposition group and asked if I ...