The Fall of Gondolin

The Fall of Gondolin
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Like Galadriel’s final surrender to the mortality of Middle-earth, The Fall of Gondolin by J.R.R. Tolkien, published Aug. 30, 2018, is the final entry in Christopher Tolkien’s long career of publishing his father’s previous drafts and essays. … read more

Book Review: We Are The Clash

Book Review: We Are The Clash
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Authors Mark Andersen and Ralph Heibutzki take the history of the turbulent political struggles of the 1980s and combine with the legendary fall of The Clash. … read more

Alibi Bar and Place: A Guilty Pleasure

Alibi Bar and Place: A Guilty Pleasure
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With the luscious growth of Salt Lake City comes the entrepreneurial buzz from ambitious and unrestrained self-starters. Within this valuable group of people are locals—and business owners—Jacob Hall, Chase Worthen, Fernando Lazalde and Michael Askerlund. … read more

Your Next Pair of Jeans Is at The Stockist – The Rios by Freenote Cloth

Your Next Pair of Jeans Is at The Stockist –...
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The Stockist’s selection comprises clothes that will stand the test of time and are worth a small investment, with Freenote Cloth’s Rios among them. … read more

Book Review: Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes

Book Review: Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes
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Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes Wizards of the Coast Street: 05.29 What sacrifices are you willing to make to ensure interplanar balance? What role will you play in the conflicts to

Book Review – It Will Get Tough: Cops & Bikers

Book Review – It Will Get Tough: Cops & Bikers
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Elrod is a man who doesn’t waste words. So it’s a treasure to have so many of them in one place. It Will Get Tough is not a vacation. It’s one hell of a road trip. … read more

Content Shifter: 13 One-Season-and-Done TV Series

Content Shifter: 13 One-Season-and-Done TV Series
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Beware the Ides of May! For those of you not hip to the inner workings of the TV biz, May marks the end of the traditional television season, when networks start cancelling underperforming series. In other words, they’re gonna fucking kill your favorite show! … read more

Review: Brixton – The Hayes & The Heist

Review: Brixton – The Hayes & The Heist
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I find that I return to Brixton’s products based on both their quality and how sharp they are. There aren’t a ton of flannel shirts that can dress up or down, and there aren’t a lot of beanies whose stylish durability one can immediately observe by looking at the fabric. The Hayes and the Heist exhibit these qualities, respectively, and more. … read more

Review: Celeste

Review: Celeste
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For a game about a young girl climbing a mountain, Celeste is surprisingly less a coming-of-age story and more a story about how hard it is to take the tremendous first steps towards better health. … read more

Review: The Red Strings Club

Review: The Red Strings Club
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Red Strings Club is a game that tugs at your philosophical leanings, asking grand and granular questions that it demands you answer. But most importantly, Red Strings weaves a familiar paranoia using the root of cyberpunk: that corporations increasingly own our well-being, and, to a large extent, we’ve come to like it. … read more