Crucialfest 7 @ The Gateway 09.02–09.03

Crucialfest 7 @ The Gateway 09.02–09.03
By ,

Crucialfest 7 expanded the annual festival’s breadth of genres, and there was something for everyone this year. … read more

Review: Bring Her – Comfort in the Shame

Review: Bring Her – Comfort in the Shame
By

Bring Her = Skeletal Family + Siouxsie Sioux + a pinch of John Carpenter for good measure  … read more

Sweet Streets: Making Movement Safer for Salt Lake City

Sweet Streets: Making Movement Safer for Salt Lake City
By

In late 2019, a few Salt Lake citizens enacted systemic changes in the ways we roam with Sweet Streets, a local people-first city planning advocacy group. … read more

Strangelove Bring So Much to Love

Strangelove Bring So Much to Love
By

Strangelove warm the heart and thrill the spines of longtime Depeche Mode lovers and fair-weather fans alike. … read more

Viva La Vida: Celebrate the Season of Cozy with Vidas Wax Works

Viva La Vida: Celebrate the Season of Cozy with Vidas...
By

More than just a tidy, smoke-free burn, Vidas Wax Works candles and wax melts are a mélange of beautiful and heartwarming scent combinations. … read more

St. Vincent @ Twilight Concert Series 09.18

St. Vincent @ Twilight Concert Series 09.18
By

Tulsa’s own indie-rocker Annie Clark aka St. Vincent gave The Gallivan Center a gorgeous early-autumn night on the town last Saturday. … read more

Noah Cyrus w/ Ant Clemons @ Ogden Twilight 09.04

Noah Cyrus w/ Ant Clemons @ Ogden Twilight 09.04
By

It feels like we are all pretty damn glad to get back to the gigs. Ogden Twilight is doing a pretty damn fine job making that happen.  … read more

Desert Edge Brewery is Home to the Canned-Beer Comeback Kids

Desert Edge Brewery is Home to the Canned-Beer Comeback Kids
By

Desert Edge’s new canning operation aims to maintain the highly personal and intricate aspects of the brewery’s general modus operandi. … read more

Queer and Now: How the Queer Spectra Arts Festival Captures the Tones of Intersectionality

Queer and Now: How the Queer Spectra Arts Festival Captures...
By

Three years into its youthful tenure, Salt Lake City’s Queer Spectra Arts Festival has danced, swayed and spoken to the strange shifts of our world in more ways than the

Local Review: Sculpture Club – Worth

Local Review: Sculpture Club – Worth
By

There’s simultaneously a youthful curiosity and a dour bewilderment entwined in the narrative of Sculpture Club’s Worth. … read more