SLUG Style: Cintia Lastra

SLUG Style: Cintia Lastra
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Cintia Lastra’s jewelry incorporates the new with the old, signifying her belief in healing and community that has grown alongside her love of roller skating. … read more

SLUG Style: Jazmin Comley

SLUG Style: Jazmin Comley
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Jazmin Comley is the Director of Sales and Marketing at UTOG Brewing. A craft beer enthusiast who designs UTOG’s merch, Comley appreciates a unique fit. … read more

Kafé Mamai

Kafé Mamai
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Abudujannah Soud’s African-Carribean fusion creations served at Kafé Mamai are a nod to the dishes his grandmother created. … read more

Creature Feature: Chris Tall

Creature Feature: Chris Tall
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This edition of Creature Feature stars, Chris Tall, a handsome Drag King who’s been a forerunner of the male drag scene in Utah the past several years. … read more

SLUG Style: Jun Song

SLUG Style: Jun Song
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This month’s SLUG Style features Jun Song, a motorcyclist and photographer who shoots under the handle @nostalgia_memoir. … read more

Sensory Illusion Pop-Up Exhibition @ Sagans Youth 01.11

Sensory Illusion Pop-Up Exhibition @ Sagans Youth 01.11
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The Jan. 11 Sensory Illusion event was only the third installment of the Sagans Youth gallery, and there were an estimated 300 people in attendance. … read more

Slamdance Film Festival 2020: Close Quarters (Territorio)

Slamdance Film Festival 2020: Close Quarters (Territorio)
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Close Quarters is a narrative feature that deconstructs tropes of masculinity—in Mexican society, no less—and instills a gripping sense of unease. … 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

Finding Hope in Tragedy: Director Kim Snyder on Us Kids at Sundance Film Festival 2020

Finding Hope in Tragedy: Director Kim Snyder on Us Kids...
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“Us Kids is told through the lens of youth,” filmmaker/director Kim Snyder says. “It was an attempt to give them their voice.” … read more

Pattern Perception: Knew/New

Pattern Perception: Knew/New
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Rachel Henriksen’s exhibit knew/new is composed of a multitude of abstract untitled pieces, many of which disrupt the idea of patterns in art. … read more