Craft Lake City Holiday Market @ The Monarch 12.07

Craft Lake City Holiday Market @ The Monarch 12.07
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After years of envisioning a winter market, Angela H. Brown and her band of merry crafters stuffed The Monarch for Craft Lake City’s Holiday Market. … read more

Art Un-Lectured at Project Open’s Club House

Art Un-Lectured at Project Open’s Club House
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The Art-Unlectured event gathered artists and organizers to connect, share and “support the shit out of each other.” … read more

Craft Lake City: Bigger, Bolder DIY Festival at the Utah State Fairgrounds

Craft Lake City: Bigger, Bolder DIY Festival at the Utah...
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The 11th Annual Craft Lake City DIY Festival will take place Aug. 9–11 at the Utah State Fairpark. … read more

The Utah Beer Festival: Curing Your Ale-Ments Since 2009

The Utah Beer Festival: Curing Your Ale-Ments Since 2009
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We thought this would be a great opportunity to host a festival because we had so much great beer—great local beer,” says Briggs. “We were so excited to see them winning awards at the Great American Beer Festival and in San Diego. We thought that we should be highlighting them ourselves, here in Utah.” … read more

Funky Junk: Shenanigans and Sustainable Living with the JenkStars

Funky Junk: Shenanigans and Sustainable Living with the JenkStars
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There are many different branches to our underground community, and all of them have important messages with positive goals to achieve. I was lucky enough to sit down with a group of the Jenkstars community and chat with them about their upcoming event, Building Man, which will take place this May 4–7 at The Jenkstar Ranch. … read more

The Wallisch Report: First Chair Festival

The Wallisch Report: First Chair Festival
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X Games slopestyle gold medalist Tom Wallisch is heading to the inaugural First Chair Festival this coming Saturday, Sept. 17, at The Complex, and it’s fair to say that excited is an understatement. The festival will feature brews from Sierra Nevada, film premieres and live music from Too$hort and BoomBox. … read more

Sundance 2016 Film Reviews

Sundance 2016 Film Reviews

With releases from Sundance veterans such as Ira Sachs, Kelly Reichdart and Kenneth Longeran as well as other notable filmmakers such as Anna Rose Holmer and Kerem Senga, Sundance 2016 promises to provide a hefty lineup of high-quality indie films. … read more

Slamdance 2016 Film Reviews

Slamdance 2016 Film Reviews

Bringing in titles such as Chemical Cut (Marjorie Conrad), Dead Hands Dig Deep (Jai Love), Fursonas (Dominic Rodriguez) and Honey Buddies (Alex Simmons), Slamdance 2016 looks to be a great and intriguing showcase of underground, independent film. … read more

Maciej Binkowski of Techland: Following Dreams in the Dark

Maciej Binkowski of Techland: Following Dreams in the Dark
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Conventional wisdom suggests that in order to succeed in life, you’ve got to have a plan. After speaking with Maciej Binkowski, Lead Game Designer of Techland, I’m not so sure. The path he’s walked is interesting, to say the least. … read more

PSX 2015, or; The Three Reasons How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Game

PSX 2015, or; The Three Reasons How I Learned to...
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If any single word should describe Sony Computer Entertainment’s second annual PlayStation Experience, it’s “love.” Held in San Francisco’s Moscone Center from Dec. 6–7, PSX 2015 proved that the “Experience” was all about the fans. … read more