Throw two seasoned, very different reporters into a partnership and what do you get? Years of muckraking, rabble rousing and great storytelling. Paul Rolly is celebrating 20 years as a columnist at The Salt Lake Tribune and he and his long-time writing associate, JoAnn Jacobsen-Wells, join us to share memories and insight into the art of column writing.
- Paul Rolly
- JoAnn Jacobsen-Wells
“To be or not to be” and “To thine own self be true” are such common phrases that we don’t often stop to think these came from the mind of one of the most influential writers in history, William Shakespeare. We’re talking about the relevance of Shakespeare in our lives and language today.
- Fred C. Adams, founder of Utah Shakespeare Festival
Dr. Adams will talking about the influence of Shakespeare’s words on contemporary language Thursday, Dec. 8 at 7 p.m. at the City Library, 210 E. 400 S., Salt Lake City, Utah. The evening will also feature music, dance and performances by Salt Lake Acting Company, Salt Lake School of the Performing Arts and others. More information here.
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