The Anti-Defamation League: September 1991

The Anti-Defamation League: September 1991
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Since its beginning in 1913, the Anti-Defamation League has grown to become one of America’s leading civil rights organizations. … read more

Movie and Video: Rubin and Ed

Movie and Video: Rubin and Ed
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Rubin is a shut-in, with a fondness for Mahler and rubber squeeze toys. He also possesses a pair of ninja platform shoes which are lethal at thirty paces. … read more

Book Review: The Torture Garden

Book Review: The Torture Garden
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“…I love her because there is something more mysteriously attractive than beauty: it is corruption.” … read more

Video Review: Skinny Puppy and Ministry

Video Review: Skinny Puppy and Ministry
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With the upcoming CD release of Ain’t It Dead Yet, it might be timely to review the video that spawned that CD. … read more

What’s Wrong With Today’s Protesters, Protests and Protest Music?

What’s Wrong With Today’s Protesters, Protests and Protest Music?
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Let’s face it, our war-mongering enemies are as intractable as we. Make your voices heard individually and collectively. … read more

Book Review: Nick Cave – And The Ass Saw The Angel

Book Review: Nick Cave – And The Ass Saw The...
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Nick Cave, charismatic leader of Australia’s punk entourage The Birthday Party, and now fronting The Bad Seeds, makes his writing debut with his novel And The Ass Saw The Angel. … read more

Record Reviews – What’s New at 4AD

Record Reviews – What’s New at 4AD
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England’s small but powerful label is very busy this fall with a whole plethora of new releases and concert tours—many of the bands not having been in America before. … read more

Feature Story: Catch 22

Feature Story: Catch 22
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Over the last couple of years, many of you have rented rehearsal space in the building located at 375 West and 400 South in Salt Lake and are wondering why the city chose to close it down. … read more

Politics: Do Your Part

Politics: Do Your Part
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As the population of our country moves into a more liberal position, it appears that our conservative, self-serving government moves to a farther right position. … read more

Skate: November 1990

Skate: November 1990
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We were good and warmed up, and skating pretty well, but it started to get dark and the lights were off, so we decided to head over to the banks to try to skate more. … read more