The 14th Annual Craft Lake City DIY Festival Presented By Harmons @ The Utah State Fairpark 08.12–08.14

The 14th Annual Craft Lake City DIY Festival Presented By...
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The 14th Annual Craft Lake City DIY Festival Presented By Harmons was Craft Lake’s biggest offering yet, and what you saw partly depended on what day you came. … read more

BANKS is In the Pocket of Life

BANKS is In the Pocket of Life
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Serpentina seems to have put BANKS in the best mood of her life. As she describes her fourth album, it’s easy to see a theme of reintegration and reclamation. … read more

SoyMurga: Craft lake City Artisan

SoyMurga: Craft lake City Artisan
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For Marcelino Murga, the opportunity to pursue what he loves full time with SoyMurga was pivotal to connecting with himself and his community. … read more

Honovi Design: Craft Lake City Artisan

Honovi Design: Craft Lake City Artisan
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Jessica Wiarda’s Honovi Design incorporates Hopi artwork into the silk scarves, chiffons, kimonos, bomber jackets and more that make up her growing catalog. … read more

Inevitable Change: Andrea Hardeman’s Abstract Impressionism

Inevitable Change: Andrea Hardeman’s Abstract Impressionism
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Andrea Hardeman’s visual art sits at the intersection of creativity and mental wellness, channeling what she cannot express with words into abstract paintings. … read more

Under the Umbrella: Salt Lake’s Queer Little Bookstore

Under the Umbrella: Salt Lake’s Queer Little Bookstore
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Under the Umbrella opened November 15, 2021, 11 months after Kaitlyn Mahoney made it her New Year’s resolution to open a queer bookstore. … read more

The Babes Are Back In Town: SLC Skate Babes

The Babes Are Back In Town: SLC Skate Babes
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SLC Skate Babes meets most Mondays in Salt Lake, inviting anyone and everyone who wants to skate, organize or just hang out. … read more

Review: HEALTH – DISCO 4 :: PART II

Review: HEALTH – DISCO 4 :: PART II
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DISCO 4 is incredibly welcome after 2019’s Vol. 4: Slaves of Fear, which was excellent, but felt no more transcendent than 2015’s masterful Death Magic. … read more

Review: Norco

Review: Norco
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Norco, the point-and-click game from Geography of Robots, depicts a southern-gothic reality that tugs at how industry has irrevocably fucked us—and how we find ourselves picking up the pieces. … read more

Offset and Out of Step: Offset Bier

Offset and Out of Step: Offset Bier
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The pair at Offset Bier make a good team, using Bourque’s brewing expertise and Brown’s knack for branding to create a space that rewards the curious drinker. … read more