Local Review: Ayin – The Persistent Divide

Local Review: Ayin – The Persistent Divide
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Ayin The Persistent Divide CD Baby Street: 03.23 Ayin = Linkin Park + Incubus For a debut album, The Persistent Divide delivers in ways that most new bands just can’t.

Review: Wild Women of Wongo

Review: Wild Women of Wongo
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Wild Women of Wongo The Film Stars Shout! Factory Street: 09.11 Mike Nelson. Bill Corbett. Kevin Murphy. Names sound familiar? That’s because they are the stars in front of the

Review: Barry Cooper’s Never Get Busted Again Vol. 1: Traffic Stops

Review: Barry Cooper’s Never Get Busted Again Vol. 1: Traffic...
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Barry Cooper’s Never Get Busted Again Vol. 1: Traffic Stops Barry Cooper The Disinformation Company Street: 10.30 Going far past the traditional “Legalize it, man” approach to pro-activism, Barry Cooper

Review: Escape to Canada

Review: Escape to Canada
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Escape to Canada Albert Nerenberg The Disinformation Company Ltd. Street: 05.22 I don’t think I have ever cringed so often during a documentary in my entire life. No, not because

Excision

Excision
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Some blood, a crazy bitch, a dying girl, overbearing parents and free jump ropes are all things you will find in this movie. Family betrayals and snotty neighbor kids drive the crazies even crazier, resulting in two wonderfully bloody corpses. … read more

Frightened Rabbit @ The Urban Lounge

Frightened Rabbit @ The Urban Lounge
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It’s not too often that us Utah folks get a good taste of live Scottish rock. Sure, The Proclaimers reared their ugly heads recently to the delight of many boring 30-something women. But while those dumb whores were cumming in their pants to the Reid brothers walking another 500 miles (worst fucking song ever), those of us in the know were dancing our pants off to not just one, but three bands hailing from the heart of Scotland. … read more

Review: The War Tapes

Review: The War Tapes
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The War Tapes Deborah Scranton Docurama Films Street: 05.15 Presented by actual soldiers on the front line, The War Tapes does an excellent job bringing out some of the truly

Review: Blessed by Fire

Review: Blessed by Fire
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Blessed by Fire Tristán Bauer Koch Lorber Films Street: 07.17 Based on the war surrounding the ownership of the Malvinas Islands, Tristán Bauer delivers an amazing film and a truly

Review: South Park and Philosophy

Review: South Park and Philosophy
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South Park and Philosophy South Park and Philosophy Open Court Publishing Company Street: 03.01 For nearly a decade now, South Park has yet to fail the general American populous with

The Art of the Game: A Profile of Video Games Live with Tommy Tallarico

The Art of the Game: A Profile of Video Games...
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A new era of entertainment was spawned with the invention of Pong, the now world-renowned “tennis simulation” game that featured not only an absolutely breath-taking monochrome color palette, but also a staggering array of two unique sounds. … read more