The SLC Photo Collective and You

The SLC Photo Collective and You
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If you’ve attended any worthwhile events in Salt Lake over the past few years, chances are you’ve had your mug taken in one of Dave Brewer’s photobooths. Brewer’s high-quality work has led to features in a number of publications and, after building an extensive portfolio from action sports to product photography to studio portraits, Brewer set his viewfinder on giving back to the photo community that has treated him so well. This July, Brewer opened the SLC Photo Collective.  … read more

Eighty Seven

Eighty Seven
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Dennis Nazari and his crew at Salty Peaks have played a pivotal role in the progression and growth of the snowboard industry in Utah. After nearly twenty-five years of slinging boards out of the small space on 3300 South, Salty Peaks is releasing their first full-length snowboard film entitled Eighty Seven. The title refers to the year Salty Peaks was founded, and in addition to paying homage to the shop’s history, it also showcases the shop’s current talent. … read more

Summer of Death: Roughside of the Trax II

Summer of Death: Roughside of the Trax II
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On September 24, the Roughneck crew came out to Salt Lake City from their San Franciscan homeland once again for SLUG’s 2nd annual Summer of Death: Roughside of the Trax skate contest. Roughside of the Trax, the Salt Lake version of Roughneck Hardware’s BART Tour, takes skaters along our city’s Trax line to street spots in a contest format. … read more

Ozzy Henning: Master of Style and Finesse

Ozzy Henning: Master of Style and Finesse
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At Park City Mountain Resort, there’s one snowboarder that stands out from the rest, and his name is Ozzy Henning. Henning’s riding has been raising eyebrows around the Salt Lake Valley for nine years, both on a skateboard and a snowboard. Henning looks more at home on a board than he does on his own two feet, and that says a lot when one considers his extremely technical style. … read more

Localized

Localized
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On Friday, Dec. 17, head down to the Urban Lounge (21+) to enjoy the lyrical stylings of Mark Dago and the live experience of Scenic Byway and DJ Chase One Two. As always, $5 gets you in. … read more

SLUG Games: Dawn of the Shred

SLUG Games: Dawn of the Shred
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On January 14, the 12th Annual SLUG Games went undead with Dawn of the Shred, presented by Budweiser, at Brighton Resort. No skier, snowboarder or snowblader was safe from the fury as hoards of local talent ran rampant through the course built by Brighton’s superior Zombie Response and Terrain Park crew. … read more

Local Reviews: The Beginning At Last

Local Reviews: The Beginning At Last
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The Beginning At Last are a quartet who combine the basic musical styles of metal and hip hop. The resulting sound on No Music No Life is pretty much what one would expect: scratching vinyl over trilling distortion and synth lead over bellowing shouts.  … read more

Localized – YZE, Burnell Washburn and Linus Stubbs

Localized – YZE, Burnell Washburn and Linus Stubbs
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This month’s Localized showcase is going to be a night of real hip hop. Linus Stubbs is an accomplished DJ and producer who lets his beats do the talking. Burnell Washburn is young, but his career is on the upswing and his ambition is undeniable. Opener YZE is a top-shelf emcee/producer who puts on a show you won’t want to miss. Catch them all at the Urban Lounge (21+) on May 11 at 10 p.m. As always, $5 gets you in. … read more

Voilé and the Splitboard: Pioneers of the Backcountry

Voilé and the Splitboard: Pioneers of the Backcountry
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In 1991, Brett Kobernik brought an idea to Mark Wariakois, founder of Voilé, to combine the snowshoe and the snowboard into a single revolutionary tool for accessing and shredding the thousands of acres of snow not found within the boundaries of any ski resorts. That tool is known today as the splitboard. … read more

Localized – Daisy & The Moonshines, Folk Hogan and L’Anarchiste

Localized – Daisy & The Moonshines, Folk Hogan and L’Anarchiste
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Come out to Urban Lounge on Saturday, Aug. 18 to catch the multi-faceted rock n’ roll of Daisy & The Moonshines and the upbeat folk punk of Folk Hogan. L’Anarchiste will kick off the $5 show at 10 p.m. for all you 21-plus music lovers. … read more