E3 2015: Prepare to Party Hard with Dark Souls 3 – Day Two

E3 2015: Prepare to Party Hard with Dark Souls 3...
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The best thing about E3 is that a mind-altering video game experience is always waiting just around the corner. Even when I think that I’ve seen every genre or game mechanic that there is to see, some crazy-ass developer comes up with something that makes me redefine what a video game is. On my second day of E3, I dug deep into the fertile loam of publishers tinyBuild and Bandai Namco to find a lineup of games that tested my boundaries in all the right ways.  … read more

Review: American Sniper

Review: American Sniper
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While American Sniper is an excellently crafted film about the lonely road that all true heroes must walk, it’s the story that took place behind the scenes that makes the film so much more important. … read more

Food Review: Rye – Show Me The Shoyu

Food Review: Rye – Show Me The Shoyu
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In less than a year of operation, Rye has quickly established itself as an integral part of Utah’s dining scene—especially among those hankering for a bit of post-concert bread-breaking. 

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Guy Harding: The Brains Behind The Brew

Guy Harding: The Brains Behind The Brew
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If you’ve been to Nobrow Coffee Werks or Publik Coffee Roasters, you may have noticed their dutiful baristas brewing your coffee with a machine that looks like it was pilfered from the lab of a mad scientist. Have no fear, citizens—you are merely gazing upon what could very well be the future of coffee brewing as we know it.

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Food Review: Luna Blanca Taqueria

Food Review: Luna Blanca Taqueria
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Seated right at the mouth of Big Cottonwood Canyon, skiers can stop in for some tasty riffs on traditional Mexican street tacos on their way up the canyon—or on their way back, if the taco craving happens to strike when you’re halfway into a run down the mountain. … read more

NomNom Finder: Keeping Tabs On Utah’s Food Trucks

NomNom Finder: Keeping Tabs On Utah’s Food Trucks
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It was a situation in which I often found myself: hungry, in an unfamiliar part of town and not really wanting to hit up a fast food joint. Unbeknownst to me at the time, there was an app that could have made my food truck odyssey more efficient—NomNom Finder … read more

Eat the Food, Leave the Dishes: 10 Thanksgiving Hotspots

Eat the Food, Leave the Dishes: 10 Thanksgiving Hotspots
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Thanksgiving is synonymous with gathering friends and family for a glorious feast that inevitably becomes the motivation of New Year’s resolutions nationwide. For those looking to enjoy all the feasting without accumulating piles of dirty dishes, here are 10 local restaurants that have you covered. … read more

Skeletons In The Closet: Utah’s Horror Film History

Skeletons In The Closet: Utah’s Horror Film History
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Though Utah got its cinematic start with the westerns of John Ford, it’s no stranger to the horror genre. Our state has been the backdrop to several celluloid slashers—peruse the list … if you dare. … read more

Spitz

Spitz
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Don’t let that pesky, little umlaut in the word “döner” freak you out—if you do, you’ll find yourself missing out on something that fills a previously unknown niche in Salt Lake’s downtown food scene.  … read more

Utah Food Trucks: Indie Rock You Can Eat

Utah Food Trucks: Indie Rock You Can Eat
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Just like that working-class, alt-country outfit that you’d find playing at Kilby Court on a Wednesday night, food trucks deliver their goods with honesty and enthusiasm—which is what makes them so attractive. Over the course of a week, SLUG checked out four local food trucks, each of which offered a unique culinary perspective. … read more