Review: The Andy Milonakis Show Season II

Review: The Andy Milonakis Show Season II
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The Andy Milonakis Show Season II Tom Stern and Jason Truitt MTV Home Entertainment Street: 10.17 We all know at this point that the jig is up for Mr. Milonakis.

Review: American Blackout

Review: American Blackout
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American Blackout Ian Inaba Disinformation Street: 10.10 What’s scarier to the leaders of our government than a strong democratic black woman who isn’t afraid to ask difficult questions? Answer: A

Bellyography: Tirza – January 2007

Bellyography: Tirza – January 2007
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Tirza is a dancer’s dancer. Her incredible talent is obvious. She has been well trained and she seems to have been born to express herself through dance.  … read more

Gallery Stroll – January 2007

Gallery Stroll – January 2007
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Gallery Stroll has been a constant since the 80s so it is definetly here to stay, but 2006 was a roller coaster in the art world. As we ring in a new year, let’s take a look back on what was accomplished, and what was lost in the gallery stroll experience.  … read more

Suicide: A Crappy Troma Movie

Suicide: A Crappy Troma Movie
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This movie was supposed to be scary and disturbing. Well, it’s not. It’s about as scary and disturbing as a box of well-nourished puppy dogs. I thought it was going

Gallery Stroll – August 2005

Gallery Stroll – August 2005
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The Unknown Gallery located at 353 West 200 South in downtown Salt Lake City was last year’s new little darlings on the scene. They brought us D.J.s and models to spice things up, but for Aug. they kick the heat up a notch with eleven intense—not to mention talented—artists from California. The show is entitled “Friendless Outsiders” … read more

Gallery Stroll – July 2005

Gallery Stroll – July 2005
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Thanks, Camilla, for all you have done for local art. Inadvertently or purposely, see this show at KAYO Gallery, located at 315 E. 300 South.  … read more

SLUG Magazine Gallery Stroll Picks

SLUG Magazine Gallery Stroll Picks
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The Salt Lake Gallery Stroll will take place on June 17th, with a plethora of shows, it’s hard to know where to spend your valuable time. Don’t worry your pretty

Gig-Poster Girls: Paper Dolls to Exhibit at the Women’s Art Center June 17

Gig-Poster Girls: Paper Dolls to Exhibit at the Women’s Art...
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The concert poster has a history as long and colorful as the musicians themselves. First being referred to as a “bill,” the announcement would read from lesser-known musicians to the

A Barney for a Bargain!  Gallery Stroll

A Barney for a Bargain! Gallery Stroll
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I have always thought of myself as a socialite living on a socialist budget. I dream of lounging by the pool or strolling for one-of-a-kind artwork to add to my