Review: The Coathangers — The Devil You Know

Review: The Coathangers — The Devil You Know
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Needless to say I am “hooked” on The Coathanger’s The Devil You Know. It got me like a Little Ceasar’s pizza—hot n’ ready for more. … read more

Alibi Bar and Place: A Guilty Pleasure

Alibi Bar and Place: A Guilty Pleasure
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With the luscious growth of Salt Lake City comes the entrepreneurial buzz from ambitious and unrestrained self-starters. Within this valuable group of people are locals—and business owners—Jacob Hall, Chase Worthen, Fernando Lazalde and Michael Askerlund. … read more

Review: Tempers – Private Life

Review: Tempers – Private Life
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Tempers = U.S. Girls + La Femme + Cigarettes After Sex + Depeche Mode + New Order … read more

Review: Shopping – All or Nothing

Review: Shopping – All or Nothing
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All or Nothing is a 10-track burst of energy that comes and goes like a speeding car chase down an emptied water canal in a late 80s heist movie. … read more

Mcycle: Spinning You Into Control

Mcycle: Spinning You Into Control
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Indoor cycling at Mcycle, co-owned by Megan and Richmond Tyrrell, might be your fitness fix that helps you “get” Lizzo’s music. … read more

Women to the Front: The Legacy of Women’s Suffrage through Contemporary Artists

Women to the Front: The Legacy of Women’s Suffrage through...
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Women to the Front acknowledges and sheds light on the intersection of equality, gender and activism through the lens of 15 artists. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: Tahara

Slamdance Film Review: Tahara
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Speaking to the potential of toxicity in friendships that take place early in life, Olivia Peace’s Tahara encourages the safety of autonomy. … read more

Slamdance: Ask No Questions

Slamdance: Ask No Questions
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Viewers must approach Ask No Questions as a investigative documentary instead of another conspiracy-theory proposal. The film begins with the account of a CNN reporter who, with her cameraman, captures the scene of what is televised as a Falun Gong “religious public suicide” in Beijing at Tiananmen Square. … read more

Existimos Collective: Helping The QTBIPOC Community Feel Seen

Existimos Collective: Helping The QTBIPOC Community Feel Seen
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The heart of Existimos’ mission is to provide a solution to a stark lack they identified in Utah’s art community and created a space by QTBIPOC for QTBIPOC. … read more

Scriip: Making it a little easier to tell your story

Scriip: Making it a little easier to tell your story
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In January of 2018, Skye Emerson and her team started working on Scriip, an easy-to-use, affordable, accessible and modernized screenwriting resource. … read more